Annual Aftercare

We recommend having your diamond ring cleaned and inspected every year or if it undergoes any potential trauma. Inspections may help prevent the loss of a stone and extend the life of your jewellery. This ring cleaning and inspection service is free of charge to UK customers. We kindly ask that you cover the cost of shipping back to us, and we’ll pay for return shipping. You can also drop off your item to our workshop. Repairs to your ring mounting can also be done at this time. We’re unable to offer aftercare services to customers outside of the US & UK.

Please note that all aftercare appointments will be at our workshop:
Brownlow House, Floor 2
50-51 High Holborn
London
WC1V 6ER

Please note that our aftercare services will be paused from 15th November and will resume on 4th January 2022. To ensure you have your ring with you for the festive period, we recommend that you arrange your aftercare service for the new year.

Polish & clean

Over time your ring may lose its high polished finish, so we’re happy for you to mail your ring to us once a year for a complimentary clean and polish. While your ring is back in our care, we’ll conduct an inspection service free of charge to make sure your ring is in excellent condition.

ring aftercare cleaning hwo to clean your engagement ring with photos

Repairs

Jewellery is susceptible to general wear and tear or accidental damage. This is particularly true for engagement and wedding rings which are worn everyday, so we’re happy to assist in restoring your ring back to its original condition.

We do not provide warranties for damage due to negligence, product loss, loss of stones or theft. Damage or loss that results from failure to obtain repairs necessary to maintain the integrity of the product are also not covered.

Typical examples of jewellery repairs:

  1. Removing scratches or small dents.
  2. Replacing small diamonds or gemstones from pavé or halo settings (so long as the ring has no evidence of mistreatment).
  3. Tightening and securing centre gemstone(s).

Some examples of common jewellery issues that wouldn’t be considered manufacturing defects include:

  1. Discolouration due to exposure to chemicals, make-up, swimming pools, hot tubs or bathing.
  2. Mistreatment by exposing your ring to harmful materials or putting unnecessary pressure on your ring.
  3. Prongs and precious metals, in general, wear over time and may require “building up” or restoration work as normal wear.
  4. Bent, caught or worn out claw(s) allowing a stone to fall out or be lost due to normal wear or other damage.
  5. Lost stone or a stone has fallen out due to chipping or breaking caused by reckless wear or other damage.

Conditions & Exclusions

For all of the above services, we kindly ask that you cover the cost of shipping back to us. For UK & US customers, we’ll cover the cost of the return to you.

For full terms and conditions, visit our Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty.

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