Zoom BLUE STRIPED RING
Zoom BLUE STRIPED RING
Zoom BLUE STRIPED RING

BLUE STRIPED RING

£255.00

The Blue Striped Ring in satin sterling silver and blue enamel, set with blue topaz stones and chalcedony.

The design is inspired by the stripe pattern. We are all in love with stripes, so why not wearing striped jewellery too?

Metal: sterling silver

Finish: satin

Enamel: two different shades of blue 

Gemstones: blue topaz stones cabochon (4 mm round); chalcedony cabochon (10 x14 mm oval)

When worn regularly, your gold jewellery is exposed to skin oils, perspiration, dust, makeup, and more.
To keep its shine, you should clean your jewellery regularly with a solution of 10-parts warm water and 2-parts dish soap.

A few extra tips:

Soaking is the key: you should soak your gold jewellery pieces for 3 hours and then scrub them gently with a very soft brush. Rinse under clean water and blot dry with a cloth.
Bonus tip: for an extra shine, use a jewellery polishing cloth after this! Do not use a paper towel or tissue as these can scratch your jewellery.
Clean with soap as needed: by all means, clean your jewellery at home; but, don’t overdo it! Only clean your jewellery as needed when it’s visibly dirty or gathering a patina.
Stay away from bleach!
Look out for damage: during your regular jewellery cleanings, be on the lookout for any damage or loose stones. Cleaning damaged pieces can only make the problem worse.

DO NOT CLEAN WITH CHEMICALS. Plating is more delicate than pure metals.  Wipe gently with a wet cloth to clean, avoid rubbing.

REMOVE AT NIGHT. This will reduce the extra rubbing to the skin. Also, wearing an item for 24 hours may cause unwanted reaction through dirt and sweat.

AVOID CHLORINE AND HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS. Remove when in the shower or when cleaning. Also do not wear when swimming, as chlorine can permanently damage the colour of the plating.

STORE LIKE METALS TOGETHER. Different metals will cause rapid tarnish when in contact together, so store them separately.

WEAR IT OFTEN: Believe it or not, your skin’s natural oils will help keep silver jewellery shiny. One of the easiest ways to prevent tarnish is to simply wear your silver often as opposed to letting it sit in a jewellery box unworn.

REMOVE DURING HOUSEHOLD CHORES: Substances with additional sulfur like household cleaners, chlorinated water, perspiration, and rubber will accelerate corrosion and tarnish. It’s a good idea to remove sterling silver completely before cleaning. KEEP OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT: Before you hit the beach or pool, be sure to remove your silver jewellery. Sunlight can cause silver to tarnish as well.

PUT YOUR JEWELLERY ON LAST: Lotions, makeups, hair spray and perfumes will accelerate tarnishing.

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR STERLING SILVER JEWELLERY

Soap and water: This is our most recommended method because of the gentleness of soap and water.

Baking soda and water: Make a paste from baking soda and water, apply a small amount onto a cloth or tooth brush and scrub gently.

White vinegar and baking soda: This gentle cleaning method is great for removing heavy tarnish. Soak your sterling silver in ½ cup of white vinegar and 2 tbsp of baking soda (combine these in the sink and prepare yourself for the fizzing and foam) for two to three hours. Rinse jewellery and pat dry.

Finish with a polish: After you’ve given your jewellery a good cleaning, you can finish the process by using a polishing cloth that’s specifically for sterling silver.

We aim to dispatch your order within 3 to 5 working days when an item is in stock.

You can order the products, when are out of stock, but items made to order are on a longer lead time and you will need to allow approximately 4-6 weeks for your piece to be especially made for you.

Bespoke items with personalised details aren't returnable.

CARE FOR GOLD ITEMS

When worn regularly, your gold jewellery is exposed to skin oils, perspiration, dust, makeup, and more.
To keep its shine, you should clean your jewellery regularly with a solution of 10-parts warm water and 2-parts dish soap.

A few extra tips:

Soaking is the key: you should soak your gold jewellery pieces for 3 hours and then scrub them gently with a very soft brush. Rinse under clean water and blot dry with a cloth.
Bonus tip: for an extra shine, use a jewellery polishing cloth after this! Do not use a paper towel or tissue as these can scratch your jewellery.
Clean with soap as needed: by all means, clean your jewellery at home; but, don’t overdo it! Only clean your jewellery as needed when it’s visibly dirty or gathering a patina.
Stay away from bleach!
Look out for damage: during your regular jewellery cleanings, be on the lookout for any damage or loose stones. Cleaning damaged pieces can only make the problem worse.

CARE FOR PLATED ITEMS

DO NOT CLEAN WITH CHEMICALS. Plating is more delicate than pure metals.  Wipe gently with a wet cloth to clean, avoid rubbing.

REMOVE AT NIGHT. This will reduce the extra rubbing to the skin. Also, wearing an item for 24 hours may cause unwanted reaction through dirt and sweat.

AVOID CHLORINE AND HOUSEHOLD CLEANING PRODUCTS. Remove when in the shower or when cleaning. Also do not wear when swimming, as chlorine can permanently damage the colour of the plating.

STORE LIKE METALS TOGETHER. Different metals will cause rapid tarnish when in contact together, so store them separately.

CARE FOR STERLING SILVER ITEMS

WEAR IT OFTEN: Believe it or not, your skin’s natural oils will help keep silver jewellery shiny. One of the easiest ways to prevent tarnish is to simply wear your silver often as opposed to letting it sit in a jewellery box unworn.

REMOVE DURING HOUSEHOLD CHORES: Substances with additional sulfur like household cleaners, chlorinated water, perspiration, and rubber will accelerate corrosion and tarnish. It’s a good idea to remove sterling silver completely before cleaning. KEEP OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT: Before you hit the beach or pool, be sure to remove your silver jewellery. Sunlight can cause silver to tarnish as well.

PUT YOUR JEWELLERY ON LAST: Lotions, makeups, hair spray and perfumes will accelerate tarnishing.

HOW TO CLEAN YOUR STERLING SILVER JEWELLERY

Soap and water: This is our most recommended method because of the gentleness of soap and water.

Baking soda and water: Make a paste from baking soda and water, apply a small amount onto a cloth or tooth brush and scrub gently.

White vinegar and baking soda: This gentle cleaning method is great for removing heavy tarnish. Soak your sterling silver in ½ cup of white vinegar and 2 tbsp of baking soda (combine these in the sink and prepare yourself for the fizzing and foam) for two to three hours. Rinse jewellery and pat dry.

Finish with a polish: After you’ve given your jewellery a good cleaning, you can finish the process by using a polishing cloth that’s specifically for sterling silver.

MADE TO ORDER & BESPOKE

We aim to dispatch your order within 3 to 5 working days when an item is in stock.

You can order the products, when are out of stock, but items made to order are on a longer lead time and you will need to allow approximately 4-6 weeks for your piece to be especially made for you.

Bespoke items with personalised details aren't returnable.

BLUE STRIPED RING

£255.00