Jewellery Care


All our jewellery is designed and carefully handmade in London. Due to its handcrafted nature each piece is unique and might vary slightly in finish.

All our jewellery is crafted using solid gold including posts, clasps, and earring backings. All items weighing over 1g are fully assayed and hallmarked.

Where noted, some designs are available in sterling silver.


Although we we have made every effort to display our products as accurately as possible, the colors of the metals or stones that you view on your computer monitor may be different from the actual colors of these products. We are not responsible for any inaccuracy in this regard.


The designs are very delicate, dainty with a subtle detail. Every piece is hand made using the finest quality materials. We encourage you to take a special care when wearing it.

To ensure that your new piece of jewellery will stay beautiful avoid wearing it in situations where it might get damaged easily (e.g. whilst doing household or manual jobs or when using sport equipment).

Avoid any kind of contact with bleach or cleaning products and always take off your jewellery before swimming and showering. Soap or body lotion can leave a film on your jewellery.

When not wearing, store your jewellery in its original packaging or a jewellery box, in a dry place. Always store your items of jewellery separately from each other.

Stones loose their sparkle over time. When you wear your jewellery, it gets dirty. To restore its beauty, you need to clean it regularly. Gold jewellery can be washed very carefully with a very soft toothbrush, washing up liquid and warm water. It should be rubbed very gently then rinsed and dried using a very soft cloth.

Check for signs of wear and tear as stones might become loose over time.


Over time the colour of gold jewellery can change (tarnishing). It doesn't mean that it is not real gold. While pure gold (24 karat) does not tarnish, it is too soft to be used in jewellery, so it is usually alloyed with other base metals. It is these other metals that react with oxygen, sulphur and moisture and eventually tarnish your gold jewellery. The higher the karat (percentage of gold in the alloy) the less likely it is to tarnish.

To remove tarnishing, use a jewellery polishing cloth or take it to your local jewellers for a re-polish.