FAQs

Do you take custom orders ?

Yes I can take custom orders depending on the project. I work exclusively in 14k yellow, rose and white gold for the moment.

Please be aware that customs projects can take up to 12 weeks to ship. For more information please check out the Policies page. Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions!

I don't know my ring size, what should I do?

The most reliable option if to go to your local jewelry store, they will be able to tell you your ring size. If you're unable to do that, you can also order at home ring sizer, they are usually fairly cheap online. Make sure it fits comfortably around your finger AND your knuckle. Your fingers can swell throughout the day especially in hotter weather so make sure you take that into account as well. Another option is to measure the inside diameter of a ring that already fits you well using calipers and I can work with that measurement. 

Is your white gold rhodium plated/can it be rhodium plated ?

Rhodium plating is generally used to give white gold a very bright white color. I choose not to plate white gold for several reasons but the main one is that the process of rhodium plating involves the use of cyanide and other dangerous chemicals that end up having a negative impact on the environment and the health of the people working with it. Rhodium plating is also not permanent and needs to be redone every so often. I also really enjoy the look of white gold when it's not plated, it has a little bit of a warm look to it (it does not look anywhere near yellow gold though).

 I'm allergic to nickel, can I still wear your pieces?

Yes, my pieces are guaranteed nickel free. Nickel is often used as an alloy in white gold. Unfortunately a lot of people are allergic to it and it can cause reactions on your skin. I choose to use white gold that has an alloy called Palladium which will not cause allergic reactions. Palladium is a little bit pricier than nickel and this will reflect in pricing pieces and repairs.

 How do I care for my pieces ?

Please check out the Care Information page.