Philip Jones crafted this gold plated bangle using a brass alloy. It stretches from 6cm to 6.5cm in diameter and weighs 7.8g. The closure type is a cuff.
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Caring For Your Jewellery
Always remove your jewellery before showering, bathing, or swimming and when applying beauty products like make-up, perfume and hairspray. Don’t wear your jewellery when sleeping, cooking or cleaning. Rinse off any chemicals that come into contact with your jewellery. All these tips will help reduce corrosion, tarnishing and discolouration and damage to your special pieces.
Storing Your Jewellery
Store your jewellery pieces separately in the pouches or boxes provided or wrap them individually in tissue paper to prevent scratching. Make sure any chains are fastened to prevent tangling and keep earring butterflies attached to prevent them from getting lost. Avoid storing your jewellery in direct sunlight or in damp environments.
Cleaning Sterling Silver Jewellery
As silver jewellery is prone to tarnishing, cleaning it regularly will help retain its natural shine. The good news is that wearing your silver jewellery will also help slow the tarnishing. To keep it looking as good as new, we recommend cleaning your silver jewellery with specialised silver cleaning products. For light regular cleaning use a specialist silver polishing cloth and for a more intense clean we recommend a liquid silver cleaning solution.
Cleaning Plated Jewellery
Light cleaning with soap and water is the best way to restore your plated jewellery’s shine. Use a mild liquid soap and warm water to create a foamy solution in a container. Submerge the jewellery in the water for several minutes then rub the pieces with a soft cloth. Once clean, rinse the items in warm water. Wipe with a lint-free cloth thoroughly and make sure the jewellery is properly dried before you store them away