Kate & Mimi Yellow Gold and Diamond Single Bezel Necklace
Kate & Mimi Yellow Gold and Diamond Single Bezel Necklace
Kate & Mimi Yellow Gold and Diamond Single Bezel Necklace
Kate & Mimi Yellow Gold and Diamond Single Bezel Necklace

Yellow Gold Diamond Single Bezel Necklace (30-32")

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Ring Size Guide

 

An accurate ring fits your finger comfortably; snug enough so that it will not fall off, but loose enough to slide over your knuckle with some resistance.

Temperature

Fingers will shrink and expand during different seasons, so be aware of your environment and the way your fingers respond to different temperatures. Don’t measure when your body temperature is either too cold or too hot. A cold finger shrinks while a hot finger expands. Pregnancy will also affect a normal ring size. 

Measure An Existing Ring (that has a plain narrow band)

  1. Select a ring that properly fits the intended finger. Measure the inside diameter of the ring in millimeters.
  2. If the ring falls between two sizes, order the larger size.
  3. Measure finger size 3 to 4 times for accuracy.

Big knuckles can affect your size

If your knuckle is larger than the base of your finger, you may need to go up a half size.

A wider band needs a bigger size

If you are purchasing a wide band, you will be more comfortable moving up a half size from your measurement. Extra wide band styles tend to fit slightly small.

We guarantee to make the size that is ordered, but we cannot be responsible for conversions or fitting and highly recommend getting sized by a local jeweler.

Necklace Size Guide

Please see attached guide here.

Bangle Size Guide

The best way to care for jewelry (and in life)  is always practice common sense! Precious gold and stones is nature’s gift, and if you treat them lovingly as it is meant to be treated, you will be rewarded with long lasting jewelry that retains their original splendor to pass down to future generations. Frequent cleaning and maintenance such as taking the jewelry at least once a year, or every 2-6 months (depending how you wear your jewelry) to a jeweler to make sure the prongs are intact and stones are secure will go a long way. For high value pieces we recommend having the jewelry insured.

Best Practices

Always remove your jewelry (particularly rings) when engaging in activities that could put it at risk. It is best not to wear jewelry during more physical activities such as gardening, sports, work outs, any cleaning, and any activities that will expose them to harsh chemicals. Remove jewelry when swimming for safe-keeping and to protect  the precious materials from damage. 

Remove jewelry (or avoid getting it covered) when applying lotions, sunscreens, cosmetics, perfume, and hair spray.

Always wear jewelry last to avoid prongs or the jewelry getting caught when dressing, especially with items with loose stitching like sweaters. 

Jewelry needs to be stored in a clean, dry space separately or in pouches so stones don’t rub together. Depending on what material, they can get scratched and damaged. 

Chains need to be stored hanging or flat so they don’t get tangled or kinked and broken in the process, it also makes putting them on speedier and more enjoyable!

Never store your jewelry in direct sunlight or in extreme temperatures.

Wipe your jewelry with a soft lint-free cloth to remove dirt or oils. 

Cleaning

It is best to bring jewelry to a trusted and professional jeweler to clean so the jewelry can be checked to make sure all stones in the jewelry are secure.

For at home cleaning and maintenance, this is our guide:

Gold

Place your gold jewelry in a bowl mixing lukewarm water and a few drops of dishwashing liquid in a bowl to clean it. Soak the jewelry in the soapy solution for a minute and then using a soft bristled brush (a baby toothbrush) and gently scrub your jewelry. Remove any soapy residue by rinsing with warm water and blot dry with a soft microfiber cloth.

Diamond

Diamonds are known for their hardness and resists scratching but are susceptible to damage from physical blows. Depending on where the natural inclusions are and how it is set, a strong pressure can cause the diamond to crack or chip.

Place your diamond  jewelry in a bowl mixing lukewarm water and a few drops of grease cutting detergent (Ammonia-based) and clean with a soft brush. Remove any soapy residue by rinsing with warm water and blot dry with a soft microfiber cloth.

Emerald

Emerald requires more care then other gemstones such as sapphire and ruby due to its hardness. Heat can damage emeralds, especially by extending existing fractures.

Place your emerald jewelry in a bowl mixing lukewarm water and a few drops of soap and clean with a soft brush. Remove any soapy residue by rinsing with warm water and blot dry with a soft microfiber cloth.

Sapphire

Sapphires are relatively hard and have less tendency to break if struck. They are less resistant to the effects of light and heat. 

Place your sapphire jewelry in a bowl mixing lukewarm water and a few drops of soap and clean with a soft brush. Remove any soapy residue by rinsing with warm water and blot dry with a soft microfiber cloth.

Ruby

Rubie  are also relatively hard and have less tendency to break if struck. They are less resistant to the effects of light and heat. 

Place your ruby jewelry in a bowl mixing lukewarm water and a few drops of soap and clean with a soft brush. Remove any soapy residue by rinsing with warm water and blot dry with a soft microfiber cloth.

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