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It is the client’s responsibility to select their correct ring size.

The best and most accurate way to is to be sized by your local jeweller.


Alternatively, To determine your ring size, do the following:


  1. Use a 4mm wide piece of paper and wrap it around the base of your finger.

  2. Use a pen to mark the point on the paper where the end meets.

  3. Use a millimetre ruler to measure the paper (circumference).

  4. Choose the closest measurement to the chart below to find your ring size.



Some thinks to keep in mind when measuring:

  • Allow enough room to accomodate your knuckle.

  • Measure the specific finger which you are planning on wearing the ring. Most fingers have a different size on the same and opposite hand.

  • Make sure you’re not too hot or cold for the most accuracy.

  • If you’re purchasing a ring with a wide band (over 7mm) this will require a larger size. You should go up half a size using US numerical sizes or a full size in the British & Australian alphabetical ring sizing system.



All sterling silver jewellery will tarnish over time. Certain chemicals and lotions can speed up this process. For large pieces such as rings, bangles and chains, a soft polish cloth can be uses to remove the oxidisation. If you don’t have a polishing cloth, we highly recommend you get one! Polishing cloths can be purchased through our website.


Jewellery should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off!

Remove your jewellery before going to bed, exercising, cleaning, garden or using any abrasive chemicals and lotions.



Oxidised (blackened) silver is a surface finish. Part of its charm is it will naturally fade over time to reveal a bright sterling silver underneath. To prolong this finish, avoid using silver cleaning products.

If you would like your piece re-oxidised, we can happily do it for you for a small fee. Please email us with a picture of the piece/ pieces you would like done.

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