Size Guide & Jewellery Care
Most of our necklaces, bracelets and rings are adjustable, unless stated otherwise. Measurements for all products are stated within the description section of the item. Note that the width and height are taken from the widest or tallest part of the product to give you the best indication of its size.
Measure your finger by wrapping a measuring tape around it. In the absence of a measuring tape, use a piece of string, mark it and measure it with a ruler. Match your measurement to the circumference measurements below and figure out your ring size from the table below. If you are between sizes, order the larger size.
All jewellery on this website is costume jewellery, unless stated otherwise. Costume jewellery is made of materials that are less valuable than fine jewellery, and usually feature glass, beads, and synthetic stones rather than precious gems. Our metal pieces are usually brass, steel, and gold or silver plated unless stated otherwise. The finish on plated jewellery may fade progressively over time from wear and tear. You may be able to prevent this by taking a few precautions in the care of your jewellery.
Avoid contact with perfumes, water and liquids. Eg do not spray perfume or apply cream directly - put your jewellery on last when getting ready to go out. Don't wear fashion jewellery in shower or during exercise. To care for fashion rings, remove them before washing hands.
Clean jewellery with a clean dry cloth if it is dirty. Use a soft, clean cloth to wipe your jewellery pieces after wearing them to remove natural body oils, sweat or residue. If your jewellery comes into contact with water, it is recommended that you dry it with a soft cloth or tissue, as moisture can damage surfaces and cause them to rust or become pitted.
Gold and silver plated jewellery will eventually tarnish or discolour if exposed to open air continuously. To prevent this from happening, store your pieces in a cool, dry place, such as a jewellery box or the cotton pouch provided in a cool dark place.
Some of our necklaces and bracelets are made of leather. Leather is a natural material and slight inconsistencies of colour and texture are part of its unique character. Designed to age with wear, leather may fade and soften beautifully over time. In order to maintain the appearance of your leather product, you may want to use a leather protector. It is best to do a patch test on an inconspicuous area beforehand. Remember to cover any embellishments such as metal or beading, when applying the protector. Also, always take extra care when wearing light coloured pieces with dark denim to avoid the dark dye transferring to your jewellery.