Future Artefacts

Students of Antiquity tell us that an artefact is an object made or given shape by man, not only prized in its day but something that retains its beauty in a timeless fashion.

The Lotus

Lotus flowers are said to represent female sexual power and fertility as well as birth and rebirth. The ancient Egyptians portrayed the goddess Isis being born from a lotus flower.



Halo

Your Halo can be created in platinum, white, yellow or rose gold and your preferred choice of stones, be they diamond, ruby, sapphire or emerald.

Orbital

As the stars circle in their constellations, so do the pearls and gemstones in the luxuriant garden we call our Orbital collection.



Naja

Naja Au denotes power, mystery and beauty. The word Naja is taken from the Sanskrit word naga (with a hard "g") meaning "snake". 

Origami

The Japanese art of paper folding is re-imagined in Silver, Gold and Platinum. Our first piece is our take on the origami unicorn featured in the move Blade Runner.


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Jewellery Care & Cleaning


Caring for your Jewellery

Remove Jewellery before doing rough work or activities. Although diamonds are durable, they can be chipped by a hard shock. Moreover, your sweat and natural oils will diminish the brilliance of your jewellery

Do not expose your jewellery to salt water or any harsh chemicals such as chlorine bleach

Avoid wearing rings in swimming pools and cold water. Cold temperatures may cause your finger size to shrink, causing your rings to slip off and get lost

The use of hairspray, make-up, creams and lotion while wearing your jewellery can cause them to become dull. Remember that jewellery should be the last thing to put on and the first thing to take off

When you are not wearing your jewellery, store in a clean, and preferably, fabric-lined jewellery case with dividers

Cleaning your Jewellery

Place a small amount of dish washing detergent in a bowl of warm water and gently stir

Soak the jewellery piece in the solution and allow it to sit in the water for around 10 minutes

Use a ‘soft’ toothbrush (to avoid scratching the surface of the jewellery) and gently scrub the piece of jewellery, paying close attention to prongs, corners and gaps where dirty may be hidden

Rinse each piece in warm water, removing remaining dirt. If you are rinsing in a sink, cover the drain or use a strainer to avoid accidentally losing the piece of jewellery

Spot dry with a soft cloth, then let the jewellery sit out on a towel to dry completely before wearing again

More Advice

If your in any way unsure of the best way to clean and maintain your jewellery, feel free to contact us and let us know how we can help.