Jewelry Care & Sizing
We do offer a sizing service for rose gold, white gold or yellow gold rings, platinum, and sterling silver at a nominal charge of $70 for one size up or down. There will be an additional cost if you need it larger than one size. Please contact us if you need sizing. When sizing and after restoring the circular shape, the ring is soldered back together and cleaned of any oxidation caused during the soldering. The ring is also given a polish to smooth its surface. Our jeweler takes roughly 1-2 weeks and we will keep you appraised of the time frame. Please contact us if you have any questions.
**Please note that once rings have been custom sized or altered, they may not be returned. Thank you!**
The antique and vintage pieces we sell will have lived a long life; sometimes more than 150 years. Please keep in mind our jewelry is not in brand new unworn condition but comes to you with a history. Proper care should be taken when wearing and items may require maintenance at some point after purchase. We guarantee all our items as described but can not guarantee they won't need maintenance or repair due to use and wear. After we ship a piece out, it is the buyer’s responsibility to ensure proper care, maintenance, and possible repairs. There are no guarantees with preowned, vintage, or antique jewelry. We cannot accept returns of damaged items that have been out of our possession. We strongly recommend having an insurance policy in place that can assist you should repairs or replacement be needed at some point.
All fine jewelry should be cared for properly, especially vintage and antique pieces. Due to their age, many antique and vintage pieces can be more delicate and fragile than modern jewelry. With a modicum of care, the jewelry you are fond of can last many more lifetimes to come.
Please always remove your jewelry when:
- Exercising, or doing any strenuous activity
- Showering, bathing, swimming, or washing hands
- Gardening or working with tools
- Cleaning, cooking, or doing dishes
Please avoid subjecting your jewelry to potential high impact or pressure. Although gemstones and metal are very hard materials, it is always possible to chip, scuff, lose, or crack the setting/stones if you accidentally hit it in the wrong place.