Frequently Asked Questions

To keep your jewellery pieces looking lovely, I recommend cleaning your pieces with a jewellery polishing cloth. With plated items, polish gently so not to damage the plating. You can use warm water and a mild dish detergent to clean your jewellery, ensure you thouroughly dry it afterwards.

Take particular care when cleaning pieces with gemstones, use a soft toothbrush to clean round them. I wouldnt recommend the dip style cleaners as these are not suitable for gemstones, pearls etc.

All jewellery can tarnish over time. Some faster than others. Regular cleaning will remove it. To slow the process and to prolong the life of your jewellery do not wear whilst swimming or showering. Only put your jewellery on once lotions and perfumes have sunk into the skin. Put jewellery on after dressing to save catching delicate chains and pieces on clothes where they could become damaged. Remove jewellery before sleeping and changing to prevent catching and snagging.

When not wearing your jewellery if possible store in an airtight bag and/or jewellery box (although Pearls and Opals should be stored in fabric bags not plastic). Keep them out of direct sunlight and away from strong heat sources. Laying necklaces out will help prolong delicate chains, keep them seperate from other items they could tangle and snag with.

I recommend fitting the ring to your chosen finger with enough room to put it on and off over the knuckle. To adjust it just gently push it together to make it smaller or gently pull it apart to make it bigger. As the sterling silver is a soft metal repeated resizing could cause a kink in the metal and eventually lead to breakage, this is why I recomend fitting it to only one finger and then wearing it like a regular closed banded ring. Only put on your jewellery after lotions and perfumes etc have sunk into the skin and after dressing to avoid snagging. Remove jewellery before sleeping and changing to prevent catching and snagging.

Absolutely! I am more than happy to help when ever I can so do please just get in touch. However please bare in mind some makes are one of a kind or limited so it may not always be possible to change them.

Whilst the jewellery elastic is rather stong it can stretch and break if its pulled. Therefore I suggest rolling it up and over the hand onto the wrist and to remove it by rolling back down the hand. Do not wear them whilst showering or swimming. Only put on your jewellery after lotions and perfumes etc have sunk into the skin and after dressing to avoid snagging. Remove jewellery before sleeping and changing to prevent catching and snagging.

The best way to get an accurate measurement is to have your chosen finger measured with a ring sizer. Although that isnt always possible when shopping online so here is a handy way for you to do it at home to give you a rough guide.

  1. Cut a piece of string around 6 inches long
  2. Place the string around your chosen finger below the knuckle. Not too tight, but quite snug. Make a mark where the string ends.
  3. Measure the length of string to the mark, the closest number in mm is your circumference.
  4. Check below for your closest match
  5. If you are between sizes then that would be a half, eg if I measured around 54.5mm I would be closer to an N1/2 UK size
  • A = 37.8mm
  • B = 39.1
  • C = 40.4
  • D = 41.7
  • E = 42.9
  • F = 44.2
  • G = 45.5
  • H = 46.8
  • I = 48.0
  • J = 48.7
  • K = 50.0
  • L = 51.2
  • M = 52.5
  • N = 53.8
  • O = 55.1
  • P = 56.3
  • Q = 57.6
  • R = 58.9
  • S = 60.2
  • T = 61.4
  • U = 62.7
  • V = 64.0
  • W = 65.3
  • X = 66.6
  • Y = 67.8
  • Z = 68.5