Sizing & Product Care

Sizing

RINGS

To measure your ring size at home, cut a piece of string or a thin piece of paper, wrap it round your finger and mark where the two ends meet. Measure the length of string or paper in millimeters then use the following chart to convert the length to a ring size.

Finger
Circumference
(mm)

Diameter
of Ring
(mm)
Ring Size
49.3 15.7 5
50.6 16.1 5.5
51.9 16.5 6
53.1 16.9 6.5
54.4 17.3 7
55.7 17.7 7.5
57.0 18.1 8
     
     

Our ring sizes range from 3-12. However, not all brands are available in every size. Please contact us if you have any questions. 

NECKLACES

The most common, or standard length of a necklace is both 16 & 18 inches, as these lengths usually sit somewhere between the base of your throat and your collarbone. 

BRACELETS

Cut a piece of paper into a long, thin strip. Wrap the piece of paper just above your wrist just above the wrist bone. Measure where the paper meets with a ruler. We suggest you opt for a size of at least half an inch bigger than your wrist circumference. 

Care

Store your jewellery in a secure place in a lined box or pouch to prevent scratching. Keep jewellery away from moisture and heat and do not store in direct sunlight or near a radiator. 

Place your jewellery in a safe location while sleeping, showering, applying lotions or perfumes, washing dishes, entering chlorinated water, gardening or engaging in manual activities.  

Gold Vermeil

  • Vermeil is a material with a sterling silver base plated with layers of 14k gold. To clean your piece, it is best to take a soft cloth and gently rub your piece. Avoid contact with water or chemical cleaning solutions as these can strip away the gold finish. Your vermeil pieces are best for occasional wear to keep the plating looking new. To avoid the wearing of your plating, remove when in contact with water, cleaning solutions, lotions and perfumes. 

10k Gold

  • We suggest filling a bowl with warm water and a couple of drops of dish soap. Immerse your pieces in the solution and let soak for 15 minutes. After soaking, run your pieces under warm water to remove any residue and pat dry. If you want to bring the shine back into your piece, you can always take a polishing cloth and rub against the material. 

Sterling Silver

  • Sterling silver requires minimal care. It may darken over time but you can easily polish your pieces back to new. Use a soft cloth on your jewelry to achieve that mirror finish. Our polishing clothes are non-toxic, using organic jewellers rouge.