Queen Skull Ring
Queen Skull Ring
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Avoid wearing your jewellery in a situations where it may be damaged easily, e.g when doing manual jobs, or sport. Remove items before sleeping and washing. Avoid contact with household chemicals perfumes and hairsprays. When not wearing your jewellery, keep it in a safe place. Replace in box or pouch, and separate from other items which may knock or scratch it.
You can clean your jewellery at home with a very soft toothbrush and warm soapy water. Dry with a soft cloth after wards. Regularly clean your fine jewellery with a jewellery cloth.
-Semi Precious Stones and Diamonds-
Diamonds are hard enough to scratch other surfaces. Please take care to store fine jewellery with diamonds separately from other pieces.
Semi precious stones can be lightly cleaned with a soft dry cloth. When wearing these items avoid chemicals such as deodorants, hairsprays and perfumes. Try to keep out of direct sunlight.
Prongs and clasps can become worn with time, or by accidentally knocking them. Please examine pieces regularly to avoid loss of stones in these instances
Remove items before sleeping, washing, doing sport or manual labour. Avoid contact with household chemicals perfumes and hairsprays. When not wearing your jewellery, keep it in a safe place. Replace in box or pouch, and separate from other items which may knock or scratch it.
-Oxidised or blackened silver-
Momocreatura oxidizes sterling silver by hand, making each and every piece unique. Oxidising is a coating that wears off through time. To preserve the original appearance, follow the same care as above Jewellery Care section. Some fading is normal though darkened areas should remain in crevices embracing the original antiqued appearance.
Ring twisted wire thickness 1.2mm
Meet The Designer
Momo’s jewellery confidently explores the boundaries between reality and fantasy through the depiction of fairy-tale inspired images. These silver and gold pieces are hand-crafted from a child-like perspective, suggesting an ambiguous humour. Heavily influenced by a mixture of European antique ornaments and post-war Japanese sub culture, Momo’s references combine to create figurative make-believe, with her designs often appearing to be wearable sculptures rather than fashionable jewellery.