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Caring For My Jewellery

My Sterling Silver Ring Is Tarnishing. What Should I Do?
Sterling silver jewellery (as well as other items made of sterling silver) can tarnish when exposed to certain environments which cause chemical reactions on the surface of the metal. Everyday products...
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How Should I Clean My Jewellery?
We recommend you periodically clean your jewellery in warm water and mild detergent to maintain its shine. Use a toothbrush or other soft brush to dislodge any pieces of dirt that may be stuck to the...
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How Do I Care For Gold Jewellery?
Keep your gold looking its best by cleaning in warm water with dish soap. Soak, then gently scrub with a clean, soft toothbrush. Rinse in warm water and pat dry. Store individually in its pouch to...
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How Do I Untangle My Chain?
To safely untangle your chain without damage, you will need two fine-point needles and a dab of oil (baby oil, olive oil, vegetable oil, etc.) First, place the chain on a flat surface, as holding the...
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How Do I Care For My Opal?
Opal flashes colors as the stone moves. This phenomenon is called play-of-colour and no two opals are exactly alike. Opals are cut and polished into cabochons to best feature their unique display....
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How Do I Care For My Jewellery?
The best way to care for fine jewellery is to periodically clean your pieces using warm water, mild dish soap, and a soft brush. Polish using a soft, lint-free cloth, and store your pieces individually...
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Chains

Will Your Charms Fit On The Chain I Have?
Our charms include a jump ring with a 3mm diameter to easily slide over the end rings of our fine-link chains or one of your own. Choose yours individually or paired with a necklace or bracelet....
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How Do I Untangle My Chain?
To safely untangle your chain without damage, you will need two fine-point needles and a dab of oil (baby oil, olive oil, vegetable oil, etc.) First, place the chain on a flat surface, as holding the...
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What Is The Difference Between Rope And Diamond Cut Cable Chain?
The main difference between these two chain types is the look and thickness. The rope chain consists of many small links crafted to give the effect of strands spiraled together. It is a dainty thin...
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Gemstones

What Are Lab Diamonds?
Lab diamonds are grown using advanced technology that mimics their formation in nature. As beautiful as natural diamonds, they have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties. A modern...
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How Are Lab Diamonds Made?
Lab diamonds are created by recreating the conditions within the earth. There are three key elements, heat, pressure, and carbon. The process varies in duration depending on the size. The diamonds...
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What Are Birthstones?
Birthstones are gemstones that are traditionally associated with the twelve months of the year. We offer both genuine and simulated birthstones. Certain birthstones such as diamonds, sapphires,...
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Do You Have Information About Birthstones?
Birthstones are colored gemstones traditionally associated with the twelve months of the year, and they often correlate with qualities we wish to emulate. Our birthstone jewellery is hand-crafted and...
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How Do I Care For My Opal?
Opal flashes colors as the stone moves. This phenomenon is called play-of-colour and no two opals are exactly alike. Opals are cut and polished into cabochons to best feature their unique display....
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Jewellery Types

Will Your Charms Fit On The Chain I Have?
Our charms include a jump ring with a 3mm diameter to easily slide over the end rings of our fine-link chains or one of your own. Choose yours individually or paired with a necklace or bracelet....
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Metal Photos VS Paper Photos for Lockets
We offer you the choice of high-quality, full colour photo printing on paper or metal and carefully insert your photos into your locket. Choosing paper photos allows you to customize your locket at...
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What Is A Charm?
What is a charm? Charms are individual jewellery pieces that allow you to make unique jewellery designs. We offer three styles of handcrafted charms – necklace and bracelet charms, hoop charms, and...
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What Types Of Charms Do You Offer?
Charms are individual jewellery pieces that allow you to personalize your jewellery. We offer three styles of handcrafted charms – necklace and bracelet charms, hoop charms, and bangle charms....
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Paper Photo Printing for Lockets
We print your photos in full colour on cut-to-size, high-quality photo paper and carefully insert them into your locket. Choosing paper photos allows you to update and change your locket at any time,...
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Metal Photo Printing for Lockets
We print your photos in full colour on cut-to-size sterling silver metal and permanently seal them inside your locket using protective jewellery enamel. This process ensures your photos remain vibrant,...
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Personalization

What Is A Charm?
What is a charm? Charms are individual jewellery pieces that allow you to make unique jewellery designs. We offer three styles of handcrafted charms – necklace and bracelet charms, hoop charms, and...
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Metal Photo Printing for Lockets
We print your photos in full colour on cut-to-size sterling silver metal and permanently seal them inside your locket using protective jewellery enamel. This process ensures your photos remain vibrant,...
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Paper Photo Printing for Lockets
We print your photos in full colour on cut-to-size, high-quality photo paper and carefully insert them into your locket. Choosing paper photos allows you to update and change your locket at any time,...
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Metal Photos VS Paper Photos for Lockets
We offer you the choice of high-quality, full colour photo printing on paper or metal and carefully insert your photos into your locket. Choosing paper photos allows you to customize your locket at...
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Metal Information

My Sterling Silver Ring Is Tarnishing. What Should I Do?
Sterling silver jewellery (as well as other items made of sterling silver) can tarnish when exposed to certain environments which cause chemical reactions on the surface of the metal. Everyday products...
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Why Is My Finger Turning Green?
"Green finger" is a reaction to the metal alloys added to genuine silver and gold. As most precious metals are too soft to be used alone in jewellery making, alloys are added to provide the strength...
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What Is Vermeil?
Vermeil is a specific gold finish – we use vermeil made from a 2.5-micron thick layer of 18K yellow gold plated over solid sterling silver. Gold vermeil is the ultimate balance between fine and...
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What Is Gold?
Gold is a chemical element with a bright, slightly reddish yellow colour. This precious metal is soft and malleable and is mixed with other metals to produce harder, more workable metal with a...
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Why Is My Sterling Silver Jewellery Tarnishing?
Silver tarnishes due to a reaction with something in the environment. Sterling silver could tarnish when exposed to household cleaning products, hair products, some lotions and even chlorine in the...
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What Is The Difference Between 10K and 14K Gold?
The term "karat" designates the amount of gold found in a piece of jewellery. Jewellery is commonly made in 10K, 14K, and 18K, as pure gold is mixed with other metals to produce a harder, more workable...
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