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Engagement Rings

What Is Moissanite?
Moissanite is composed of silicon carbide and is similar to diamonds in durability, colour, and brilliance. Their unique rainbow sparkle and affordability set moissanite gemstones apart from...
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What are the benefits of moissanite?
Top benefits of Moissanite: Created in a lab with minimal environmental impact More affordable than diamonds of comparable size Similar to diamonds in brilliance, colour, and durability Moissanite...
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Gemstones

What Are Birthstones?
Birthstones are colored gemstones traditionally associated with the twelve months of the year, and they are often associated with qualities we wish to emulate. We offer a choice of genuine and...
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What Is The Difference Between Simulated And Genuine Gemstones?
Genuine gemstones are naturally occurring and form under diverse conditions over millions of years. These gemstones are first mined and then cut, faceted, and polished by master craftsmen to improve...
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How Are Lab Diamonds Made?
Lab diamonds are grown using advanced technology that mimics their formation in nature. As beautiful as mined diamonds, they have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties, and are cut 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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What Are Lab Grown Diamonds?
Lab diamonds are pure carbon diamonds grown using advanced technology that mimics their formation in nature. They have the same physical, chemical, and optical properties and are only distinguishable...
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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 are often associated with qualities we wish to emulate. Our birthstone jewellery is available...
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Jewellery Types

What Is Family Jewellery?
Family jewellery are items that carry a special meaning and significance, representing loved ones. Family jewellery can be any jewellery type such as a ring, necklace or bracelet. It is typically purchased...
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What Is A Mother's Ring?
A Mother's Ring is a symbolic ring that represents a Mother's love for her child, children or entire family. It is customary to include the parent's birthstones on a Mother's Ring, but having just...
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What Is A Daughter's Ring?
A Daughter's Ring typically has 3 gemstones with a dominant or center birthstone representing the daughter's birth month. Two smaller birthstones represent the birth month of the mother and father....
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Do Your Charms Fit On A Pandora Bracelet?
All our bracelet charms are designed to fit all styles of charm bracelets. Our bracelet charms have a center diameter of 4.6mm. For all item specifications, you can click on the “Item Details” on the...
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What Is The Diameter Of The Inside Of A Charm?
All of our bracelet charms have a centre diameter of 4.6mm. For all item specifications, you can click on the “Item Details” on the item page.
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What Is A Grandmother's Ring?
A grandmother's ring is a special ring that features gemstones to represent the children and grandchildren of the grandparent. Alternatively, it can emphasize just the grandchildren's birthstones. We...
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Personalization

What is a Promise Ring?
A promise ring is a symbol of love and can include birthstones, engravings, and motifs such as infinity symbols or entwined hearts. A promise ring is a visible token given to represent a couple's...
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Caring For My Jewellery

How Do 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 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 Untangle My Chain?
To safely untangle your chain without damage, you will need two sewing needles or pins and a dab of oil, such as baby oil, olive oil, or vegetable oil. Place your chain on a flat surface, as holding...
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How Do I Care For My Jewellery?
Store your jewellery in a clean, dry place. Exercise care when wearing your piece as stones can chip if hit on hard surfaces. Clean your jewellery regularly. Remove your jewellery when doing any household...
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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 Wood Jewellery?
Our wood jewellery features solid hardwoods and sterling silver settings. Wood is a natural product, and each piece has unique variations in grain and colour. The wood is sealed in a water-resistant...
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Chains

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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What Type Of Chains Do You Offer?
All of our pendants and name necklaces come with a corresponding chain, the style of which will depend on the metal chosen for your item. When you customize the pendant or name necklace, you will see...
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Metal Information

How Do I Store My Jewellery?
When not wearing your jewellery, we highly recommend storing it in a safe place or pouch. This helps prevent scratching and maintains the overall look and appearance of your jewellery. Always remove...
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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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What Does the "K" Mean When Referring to Gold?
The “K" in 10K and 14K gold refers to the karat of gold. The term "karat" (K) designates the amount of gold found in a piece of jewellery. Pure gold is 24K and signifies 99.9 percent purity, the...
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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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Why Is My Finger Turning Green?
"Green finger" is a reaction to the metal alloys added to genuine silver and gold. Most precious metals are too soft to be used alone in jewellery making, and the added alloys provide the strength and...
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What Is Tungsten?
Tungsten is a chemical element that is mixed with carbide to make affordable jewellery and other items. Tungsten, which means 'heavy stone', is the most scratch-resistant metal known to man. Perfect...
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