Care & Sizing

In this section of our website we will give you the necessary advice for choosing the right size in jewellery, and the needed care advice to enable you to look after it and continue to use it and enjoy your jewellery forever.

Ring Size

Knowing the size of our rings is very simple, follow our instructions and you will see just how simple it is:

Using our ring sizes.
The following chart shows the most common equivalences between the spanish ring sizes and the ring diameter´s measurement in millimetres and inches.

Care and sizing table

Have in mind that if the chosen ring is wide, the needed measurement may be larger than if the ring is very narrow.

How to measure ring sizes?
Use a ring that fits you comfortably and that is of the same thickness more or less as the one that you wish to acquire. (Fig. 1)

We will place the ring over a ruler or measuring tape and make note of the diameter’s measurement of the widest part of the ring, right in the centre. (Fig. 2)

In this case it would be 17.2 mm or 0.67 inches which is the equivalent of a size 14.

In any case, if you have any doubts or need any help you can write to us at:

Necklace Sizing

For choosing your necklace, or in order to have an idea of the lengths of our necklaces and pendants, here you have a guidance table with a rough drawing and the length in milimetres.

In any case, if you have any doubts or need any help you can write to us at:

Necklace care and sizing

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Care & sizing photo 1
Care & sizing photo 2

Jewellery Care

Treat your jewellery with care and keep it in a little airtight bag that will allow you to protect it from rusting, never keep it in humid places.

Do not use it during household or vehicle cleaning and ensure that it does not come into contact with chemical products.

Avoid it coming into contact with creams, perfumes and lotions and of course prevent it from getting knocked, pulled or brushed against by other pieces.

Silver has a natural rusting process. It can get darker over time. It may easily be cleaned with some non-abrasive chamois. Silver gold loses its lustre over time; this happens naturally from use and can not be avoided.

Ceramic, crystal or semi-precious stones can be cleaned with a soft humid cloth.

Stones shouldn’t be washed with detergents, scented soaps or anything similar as seen as their residues may dull the stones.

Mercury affects any noble metal permanently, by which means any contact should be avoided.

Do not wear your pieces of jewellery when doing exercise, or when you swim in seas or in swimming pools. The excess of sweat may alter them.

The zircons lose their shine from contact with alcohol, perfumes and colognes; NEVER expose them to these products as their shine could disappear forever.

Pearls and corals deserve special attention. They are of an organic origin and can be affected by cosmetics, lacquers, perfumes and/or colognes. One should not bathe or wash ones hands when wearing pearls. Use a humid cotton cloth to clean them.