Beautiful designer couture, made-to-order and ready-to-wear wedding gowns made here in Melbourne. With our dedicated professional staff and expert couturiers, we'll help you to a confident decision, to relax and enjoy the making of your gown, and to feel absolutely beautiful and confident as you walk down the aisle.
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Amazing Jewellery and Wedding bouquets with a difference, bejewelled bouquets brimming with heirlooms designed to last a lifetime.
Amazing Jewellery and Wedding bouquets with a difference, bejewelled, brimming with heirlooms designed to last a lifetime
Make your selection from hundreds of beautifully designed white gold wedding rings, gold wedding rings, diamond wedding rings and platinum wedding bands for men. If you're looking for a wedding ring set, we'll have something that's sure to please you.
Welcome to Melbourne Diamond Importers, a family run business that has been sourcing the highest quality diamonds from around the world for the past 25 years. Through our strong supply links we are able to obtain diamonds at prices that allow us to pass on savings to our customers.
Australian breeders take note: Big Brown, one of America's most exciting gallopers in recent times, is about to hit town, with Vinery Stud announcing the 2008 Kentucky Derby winner will stand this year at its Scone property.
IT IS a race that would have any racing fan or administrator excited. Fancy seeing Golden Slipper winner Stratum, Blue Diamond winner Undoubtedly, Oakleigh Plate winner Snitzel, Caulfield Guineas winner God's Own, Magic Millions juvenile winner Bradbury's Luck and Black Opal winner Al Samer lining up over 1200 metres.
ADELAIDE: A syndicate of miners at Coober Pedy has claimed a world record after finding a giant opal rock weighing more than five kilograms and a large gem-quality opal worth more than $1 million. A spokesman for the syndicate, Mr John Wood, said the rocks were found..read more
ADELAIDE: A Coober Pedy opal miner, Mr Joe Seric, has shown an extraordinary will to survive. On Friday he was working alone 20 metres underground in his mine when the tunnel caved in on top of him. Despite a fractured cheek and broken left wrist..read more