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  • Writer's pictureRebekah Ann

Eternally Yours: Jewellery made for Longevity, made with love & Care

When it comes to choosing a piece of jewelry, whether it be an engagement ring or a necklace, it's important to not only consider its beauty but also its longevity. As a goldsmith with 20 years of experience, I want to share my knowledge and expertise with you, my lovely customers and followers, to ensure that you feel at ease and confident in your choice.

My jewellery is designed to be delicate in appearance, yet able to withstand the test of time and the joys of daily wear. It would be a disservice to sell an engagement ring that cannot withstand the wear and tear of everyday life.

I know that when someone finds the perfect ring, it can be a nerve-wracking experience. It's important to trust your gut and listen to what it's truly saying, rather than outside noise or thoughts. If you love the ring in every way, it's usually the one. And if you're ever unsure, take your time, think it over and then let me know.

Just like love, jewellery needs to be cherished and taken care of to keep it shining bright. I suggest removing rings when washing up, showering, gardening, swimming, visiting the gym and sleeping Necklaces should be removed when sleeping, showering, working out, and swimming. Earrings, depending on the style, should be removed when sleeping, swimming, and showering.

I also suggest lightly cleaning your jewellery with a soft baby toothbrush to remove dirt and grease, and to check it over for any potential issues that may need to be addressed by a jeweller.

When it comes to engagement rings, there are different references, information and options available online. However, some stones such as emeralds, opals, or pearls are not suitable for everyday wear and may not be the best choice for your engagement rings.

As for my designs, I put my heart and soul into every piece. I try to remove potential wear points by raising settings and matching metal grades for wedding and engagement rings to avoid wear. It's important to remember that love is unique and personal, and what may be perfect for one couple may not be perfect for another. Trust in your love and let it guide you towards the perfect symbol of commitment.

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