Metals used in pieces are from recycled sources where available. The casters that produce pieces use certified recycled metals in their process in addition to the natural re-use of metals in their foundry. Studio production sources 'eco' marked recycled metals from suppliers in Hatton Garden, London. Casting of metals is performed by a fine metal foundry on the Holloway Road, London.

Stones Semi-Precious, Precious Gems and Organic Elements: Gems and pearls used in pieces are from (as) certified ethical origins as possible, with mining and excavation sites, supply chain relationships, dealer and setter information disclosed according to specific piece. No CITE species are used in production.

Fabric pouches are sourced in England from cotton. Fabric labels made in Germany. Paper elements made from Eco-board and recycled paper in England.

General Care Guide

Keep dry, handle with care. Specialist clean or cloth clean only. Do not ultrasonic clean. Take your jewellery off if you are involved in any activity which could scratch, knock, jostle or damage it. Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions and hairsprays. Gently wipe your piece with a soft cloth to remove any residue and store securely. Remove before swimming or showering.

Earrings made with .925 silver or gold ear posts will be soft and may require delicate handling to wear. Please keep this in mind when wearing.

Metal Specific Care and Cleaning

Bronze: Bronze is an alloy of two base metals: copper and tin. Over time your bronze metal will naturally show oxidisation as a green toned surface. To restore and clean the original golden tones of your bronze piece you can use equal parts lemon juice with baking soda, mix to form a paste. Cover the metal with the paste and leave for 10-15 minutes. Brush clean with a soft toothbrush, rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.

Silver: To refresh between wears you can cleanse your silver piece with dish detergent and dry with a soft cloth. You can restore the shine on your jewellery by using a specialist silver care kit or cloth. To deep cleanse your silver you can follow the same cleaning instructions in the above Bronze care section.

Gold: Gold shows its value in part through the integrity it maintains without requiring frequent cleaning. You can refresh the quality of your piece by polishing with a specialist gold cloth. If your piece becomes dirty you can gently cleanse it with dish detergent and soft toothbrush. Gently dry with a soft cloth.