Over time, your piece will evolve and transform, its character will change as you wear it. Sometimes the engraving becomes more visible, and it can also become slightly darker inside, as it collects some ‘life'. Scratches and small dents are not considered a defect, but just a sign of normal wear and tear.
Here's some advice on how to keep your jewellery looking great for years to come.
Most of our jewellery is designed to be worn everyday but depending on the metal variations we may recommend your piece is more suitable as ‘occasion wear’.
When you are not wearing your piece, we recommend all jewellery should be kept in a dark and dry place, ideally a jewellery box or the box that your piece came in.
Precious metals and plating can be affected by chemicals such as perfumes, body lotions, sun creams and cleaning products. Putting on your jewellery once you have finished dressing will minimise the effects of these chemicals and we suggest you remove rings when cleaning, washing up etc.
How can I take care of my sterling silver jewellery?
When you are not wearing your silver jewellery, store it in a cool and dry place. Silver can become discoloured if submerged in chlorinated water, so it's always best to take if off before going swimming or bathing.
How can I look after the plating on my jewellery?
Most of our jewellery is plated with either rhodium (black, white, purple or blue) or 18ct/24ct gold (rose gold or yellow gold). When any plating is on the outer surface of the ring (eg. Not in the engravings) it has a tendency to scratch over time – this applies mainly to rings due to the impact they take on a day to day basis (picking up things, opening doors etc). We would advise if you have this type of ring to ensure you take off the piece when cleaning and when using skin products etc and we suggest that you treat it as occasion wear.
If your ring only has plating inside the engravings you can wear your ring every day, but we would still suggest removing it when using any cleaning or skincare products.
How do I clean my jewellery?
If you've exposed your jewellery to water or chemicals from everyday products or it's getting dirt stuck in the engravings, simply polishing your jewellery with a microfibre cloth will restore your piece back to its original state. A good way to get the dirt out of the engravings is to lightly use soapy water and a soft toothbrush.
Materials & Ethics
We are committed to sourcing ethical and sustainable materials. We carefully select each of the suppliers we use, and hand select each stone to ensure quality. We are keen to maintain the highest level of craftsmanship and make sure that customers are delighted with their piece of jewellery.
If you are looking for a certified stone please contact us and we will be able to source one for you.
Ensuring your ring is the perfect fit is extremely important to us. Please have your finger accurately measured at a local jeweller before confirming it with us. Be aware that if you're feeling too hot, or too cold, this can affect your finger size so try and take this into consideration.