Last week, I was invited along to the Vashi Diamonds private preview party in London to check out some of their latest pieces.  Vashi Diamonds, founded by celebrity jeweller Vashi Dominguez, is one of London’s top jewellery brands and is rapidly gaining popularity across Europe.  

It was an intimate event so we were given the opportunity to get a close-up look at the selection of diamonds.
The glittering array of Vashi Diamonds were stunning.  If you’re on the hunt for an engagement ring then the Vashi selection is definitely worth checking out.  Whether you are looking to save or splurge, Vashi Diamonds cater to a range of different budgets.  Once you have placed an order, you will be assigned your own diamond specialists who will be on hand to help you through the daunting task of choosing the right piece.
Joined by Natasha Kundi and Aggie Cavali.
As they say, the best things in life are free but the second-best things are expensive.  If you’re looking to make it a white (gold) Christmas for someone special, I would definitely recommend checking out the Vashi range.  What’s more, all of the Vashi diamonds are conflict-free, ethically-sourced and environmentally responsible.

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