Emilylisbethjeweller

Uniquely handcrafted silver and gold gemstone jewellery

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Announcement    Contemporary silver and gold bespoke jewellery, using semi precious gemstones and diamonds.
SALE NOW ON FOR SEPTEMBER ONLY!

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Last updated on Sep 2, 2021

Contemporary silver and gold bespoke jewellery, using semi precious gemstones and diamonds.
SALE NOW ON FOR SEPTEMBER ONLY!

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Emily Fletcher

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About Emilylisbethjeweller

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On Etsy since 2018

Contemporary silver and gold jewellery made by hand. By me.

Hi! I'm Emily and I'm the designer/maker behind the jewellery you see.
I trained in jewellery and silversmithing back in 2008 and have spent the past 13 years perfecting my unique style. For this reason much of what I make is one of a kind or very limited edition (no mass production here!)

In a world of throw away fashion, it's becoming increasingly important to be mindful of the impact our choices have on the planet.

Each piece is made in my Cheshire studio by hand and produced with care and consideration, using only precious metals and semi-precious stones. Many pieces are one off or very limited edition, designed to be enjoyed today and heirlooms of the future; each piece as unique as you.

Due to their handmade nature no two pieces are identical, which I believe adds to their charm and uniqueness.

Recently featured in Tatler and Brides magazine, and a 5 page interview and feature in Cheshire life June 2021 issue.

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  • Emily Fletcher

    Designer/Maker

    Hi I'm Emily! I'm the designer/maker and photographer (and everything in between) behind everything you see. Lover of interiors and period homes; if I wasn't a jeweller I would be an interior designer.

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Last updated on Aug 5, 2021
Frequently asked questions
Sizing details

Please check your ring size carefully before ordering. Note that thicker rings and Russian wedding rings can prove tighter on the finger than a slimmer band; likewise for stacking rings where you are wearing more than one on your finger. I would recommend you get your ring properly measured at a jewellers and try on a ring of a similar width to the one you have chosen before ordering.

Rings can generally be increased by a size or two, however the process is more complicated for sizing down. If the ring is set with a stone (and likewise for intertwined Russian wedding rings) the whole fabrication process needs to be repeated.

Care instructions

Silver by its very nature will tarnish over time. Each piece of jewellery is sent with a small anti tarnish tab to keep in the box with your jewellery when its not being worn; however if it does start to dull then a shop bought silver polishing cloth will bring the shine back.

To keep the matt finish on your jewellery you can use a very fine brillo pad.

Be careful not to swim, shower or use detergents when wearing jewellery containing stones. Stones each have a number on the MOH's scale which relates to its hardness with diamond at 10 and Amber and Pearl towards the bottom. These can be slightly porous and become damaged when soaked in chlorine.

For items that have a patina added please note that this will fade with wear.

Will my item be hallmarked?

I am registered with both Birmingham and London assay office.
All items of silver over 7.78g and gold over 1g will be hallmarked according to British hallmarking regulations. This is per item. For example a pair of cufflinks are classed as two items and therefore are not legally required to be hallmarked unless each cufflink exceeds 7.78g silver.

I have chosen to hallmark many of my lower weight items (even though not legally required) for buyer reassurance, although don't be put off by items not hallmarked.

What is a hallmark?

Contrary to popular belief '925' is NOT a hallmark.

A hallmark consists of three compulsory marks. These are made up of the sponsors mark (in my case ELF), the standard mark (925 for silver) and the assay office mark (ie anchor for Birmingham or leopard for London). Please note that a 925 mark alone is NOT proof of authenticity but can be added to items that fall below the 7.78g threshold where a legal mark isn't required.

It's illegal to sell un-hallmarked silver over this weight so always be sure of what you're buying.

Silver threshold is 7.78g and gold is 1g.

For more information on hallmarking visit https://theassayoffice.co.uk/uploads/pdfs/act-legislation.pdf

Postage and shipping method

I aim to ship orders within 3 working days of cleared payment (with the exception of custom/personalised orders).

UK - Orders over £50 are sent via Royal Mail 1st Class Signed for. Orders under £50 are posted 1st Class with the option to upgrade.

USA - Royal Mail International tracked. Usual shipping time is 2-3 weeks.

Elsewhere - Royal Mail International tracked and signed. Usual shipping time is 2-3 weeks.

Buyers are responsible for any custom and import taxes that may apply.

Orders will be shipped to your paypal address unless otherwise stated.

Unfortunately in addition to custom orders I am also unable to offer refunds or exchanges in earrings for hygiene reasons.

Due to their handmade nature no two items are identical.

Lost/Missing shipment

UK
All items over £50 posted within the UK are sent via Royal Mail signed for to limit any chance of missing post. Please be aware that a signature will be required on delivery.

Royal mail will not class your package as missing and claims can not be processed until 2 weeks has lapsed; however please contact me via Etsy in the first instance if you believe your parcel to be missing and I will do what I can to help.

USA and everywhere else
All items are sent via Royal Mail International tracked and signed (USA just tracked) to limit the chance missing post. Delivery usually takes 2-3 weeks but please allow 5 weeks for delivery before Royal Mail will deem the parcel lost.

Please allow longer shipping times during busy holiday periods.

Refunds/Exchanges

In accordance with distance selling laws, you have 14 days to request a refund/exchange with a further 14 days to get the item back to me.
Purchaser to pay return postage. Item will be refunded in full once it has been returned unworn, in original packaging and in a resalable condition. It is recommended that you choose the same recorded postage method as was used to send to you. I can not be held responsible for missing returns.

Where an item is faulty, return postage will also be refunded.

Earrings are exempt from refund/exchange due to hygiene reasons, or at my discretion where ear wires can be replaced.

Made to order, personalised and/or bespoke commissions are non refundable unless faulty.

I ordered the wrong size!

As a small business I don't have large stocks of precious metal, therefore gold rings in particular are made to order. If you're unsure of your size and aren't able to get sized properly at a jewellers then I advise buying the silver version first. I'm happy to refund the cost of the silver version once you have sent it back to me and placed your order for the gold. Please let me know at time of ordering if this is your intention.

I am able to resize a simple gold ring up or down a whole size and am happy to do this free of charge for you (customer to pay postage).

Custom and personalised orders

If you are interested in discussing a commission please note I have a 6-8 week lead time from finalisation of design and a 50% deposit is required up front before work can commence.

Please also be aware that I am unable to work to someone elses design.

My package says delivered but I don't have it!

I send most items with tracking to limit missing post, however there are some occassions (especially in these new covid times we find ourselves in) whereby Royal Mail may mark something as delivered without requesting a customer signature to limit contact. If you think this is the case please start by checking that it's not been left in a safe place or taken in by someone else.

Royal Mail uses GPS on the delivery scanner so is able to determine whether the parcel has been delivered or not. If the fault lies with the delivery service then a full refund will be issued once liability has been admitted/police report of theft filed.