Hayami Ruby Ring
Hayami Ruby Ring
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Dust, pollution and daily wear all conspire to cloud the brilliance of a gemstone and dull the surface of precious metals.
You should take care to protect your jewellery and always store it safely, ideally in a box or jewellery pouch, taking care not to drop, bash or scratch.
ALWAYS remove your jewellery when applying scent, lotions and potions, or even better, always put your jewellery on last when getting dressed.
As with most precious metals, sterling silver tarnishes; having said this, it is less likely to happen as quickly if regularly worn.
Clean your silver jewellery in warm soapy water, ensuring that it is rinsed thoroughly and dried before storing. Alternatively polish your silver jewellery with a soft cloth.
Gold should be cleaned regularly in order to maintain its beauty and patina. As with silver a soft, lint free cloth is an effective way to keep gold jewellery looking its best.
Both gold and silver are susceptible to damage by chlorine and you should avoid wearing the jewellery when using chlorine or bleach.
Many gemstones are also susceptible to damage by chemicals, water and even sunlight, where prolonged exposure to the latter may cause them to become paler. Please take care of your ruby and don't drop or knock it as it can get damaged this way.
Meet The Designer
Emma Chapman is the winner of Lux Magazine Global Excellence Awards for Best Luxury Handmade Jewellery Designer - UK 2017. The brand has exhibited at London Fashion Week, Premiere Classe in Paris and Accessorize Circuit in NYC. The designer Emma Chapman, uses gorgeous gemstones, precious metals and ancient couture techniques, to create totally unique, regal treasure for the 21st century. Her signature style is luxe-bohemian in flavour, exotic and glamorous. Drawing on old heritage traditions, her jewellery incorporates carving, engraving, enamel, jaali and embossed work. All the jewellery is exquisitely handmade by master goldsmiths and stone –cutters, in her workshops in Jaipur, and has been featured in numerous magazines including Vogue, Harpers, Tatler, Elle and Conde Nast Traveller.