The 4 C’s normally comes from things you should be aware about when buying diamonds. But we have done a list of the 4 C’s you should know about jewellery care, and who knows maybe it’s easier to remember them a bit better. First C is for Consider: Consider or be aware what is your jewellery made off? Different metals or surface treatments needs different care and cleaning. When it comes to gemstones some are more sensitive and brittle than others, I know plenty times I’ve managed to crack a turquoise when setting it, that’s beyond frustrating let’s just say.
This is my first ever wax carved collection. I made a moodboard of some of the things that inspired and set the mood of this collection. My main inspiration was traditional heart with scroll tattoos, which usually contains a loved one’s name on it. I was wondering why I had never seen a nice 3D version of this in jewellery format. After my daughter was born I wanted something more interesting than the common disks, flat hearts or rectangles for engraving her name. The one you will always Love… This was actually the start my company. Following my dream of
Gold gold gold… will never go completely out of style and oh so shiny… but all that glimmers isn’t real gold as they say so let’s look at what the different types of Gold are. So first things first what are the names for the different types I am referring to: – Flash Plated Jewellery – Gold Plated Jewellery – Gold Vermeil Jewellery – Gold-filled Jewellery – Solid Gold Jewellery – White Gold Jewellery – Rose Gold Jewellery The first 4 in the list all refers to a surface treatment where a gold layer is bonded to a metal base.
Rings, everyone’s favourite, people love to give, get, stack and just display a hand full of goodness when it comes to jewellery but there is the eternal problem of understanding sizes. If you’re buying a present (friendship-, promise- or engagement ring) or just want giving yourself an awesome gift, here are the things you should know. The basics: the fit, numbers, average sizes and resizing What you need to know about sizes is that different countries have different ways of describing the size, but In general they are all linked to either the diameter or the circumference of the inside