meet the team: Gemma – business analyst

where are you from? A farm in Kent! what’s your favourite jewellerybox product? I have lots of favourites, but my original favourite would always have to be the sterling silver wishbone necklace. what does your job at jewellerybox entail? My job is to make everyone else’s jobs better and easier, suggesting change, implementing new technologies and processes and reporting on data. I also oversee the …

What jewellery to wear with strapless tops & dresses

Well, the weather has certainly picked up a bit recently, so what better time to talk about the best jewellery pieces to wear with strapless clothing? When the weather is warmer, we think wearing items that really show off your shoulders and collarbones can be really elegant. To accentuate these areas, there’s nothing better than a pair of statement earrings or a delicate necklace. Here …

when can you change a piercing?

One question commonly asked by those with fresh piercings is “when can you change the jewellery you were pierced with?”. There is no definite answer, only guidelines, and this will vary depending on the piercing. why do I have to wait to change my piercings? So you’ve had your ears pierced and you aren’t a fan of the ball studs you’re now rocking? Unfortunately, you …

meet the team: Alex – Managing Director

Where are you from? The countryside outside Belfast in Northern Ireland or as we would say norn iron. What’s your favourite jewellerybox product? This always changes but i think today it’s this triangles necklace. Wait maybe its the cat mermaid studs, or these crazy crazy value diamonds! I’ll stop now. Why did you start jewellerybox? I started jewellerybox as I saw an opening for personalised jewellery made from sterling …

how we are doing our bit for the planet…

We’re currently sending out up to 10,000 orders a week to customers in over 100 countries worldwide. It hasn’t always been that way, but sustainability has remained a central concern for us at jewellerybox, as we continue to embrace new technologies and fine-tune our operational efficiency. As an assay assured jeweller, we understand that our customer’s trust in our products extends to their trust in …

how to clean ear piercings

With fashion calling for lobe to helix (ear rim), and everything in between to be pierced nowadays, it is important to look after yours to ensure they stay in great condition and don’t become infected. Preventing piercings from going wrong Make sure you get your piecing done at a licensed practitioner to ensure they have met the council’s safety and hygiene standards. Licences should be …

the april birthstone edit: diamond & clear

All you April babies, you are lucky aren’t you! Arguably the best birthstone to have, but also the most expensive, the diamond is most commonly used in engagement rings, but are also popular in earrings. White diamonds are the most common variety of diamond, and the brighter the white, generally the more expensive the diamond. However, diamonds also come in various other colours such as …

how to: find your ring size

Ordering rings online can be a struggle, especially when you don’t know your ring size and since ring sizes can vary slightly from retailer to retailer. Don’t worry though, we are here to make the process super easy for you! To find out your ring size, do the following: Use a piece of string and wrap it around the base of your finger where the …

meet the team: Michelle – jeweller & buyer

We thought it was about time you wonderful jewellerybox blog readers got the chance to meet the people behind jewellerybox, so welcome to our ‘meet the team’ series! Kicking things off, we have jeweller & buyer, Michelle. The lady behind all our cute enamel earrings and quirky geometric designs. Where are you from? My favourite annoying humorous question! British Other, British-Asian Other, Other ? Born …

guide to metal types for jewellery

Most people have a preference, whether it’s gold or silver, but if you’re new to jewellery buying how do you know which metal to go for? Here’s our helpful guide to metal types to help you decide. | 9ct Gold | Platinum | Rose Gold | Sterling Silver | Stainless Steel | | Surgical Steel | Titanium | Tungsten | White Gold | Yellow Gold …