Rhiannon Palmer Jewellery

Concrete Jewellery Designed and Made by Rhiannon Palmer


Care Instructions


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Concrete Care…

  • Although concrete is strong, on a small scale it’s not indestructible. Please take care not to drop or knock your jewellery as both the concrete and enamel finishes are prone to chip and mark.
  • Prolonged contact with skin can cause a slight discolouration of the concrete and enamel finishes due to the natural oils in your skin but this will not harm you or the jewellery.
  • Although water will not damage the concrete it can harm the jewellery's finishing touches, where possible please avoid contact with water. 
  • Avoid contact with harmful chemicals, even things like perfume and moisturisers can damage and discolour the concrete.
  • You may want to polish up the metal aspects of the jewellery but please avoid getting cleaning solutions on the concrete as it can discolour the concrete.  
  • Otherwise, treat concrete jewellery with just as much love and care as all your other jewellery!


Metal Care…

  • For a simple clean: gently brush your jewellery using a soft toothbrush in warm soapy water, rinse in fresh water and then dry with a soft cloth or hairdryer.
  • Polishing Cloths: can also be used to clean up metal jewellery.
  • o clean up more tarnished jewellery: use a silver or gold jewellery dip. This is a liquid solution that you submerge your jewellery in to remove tarnish. Please make sure you follow the instructions carefully when using.
  • Brass jewellery: can be polished up using a small amount of Brasso on a soft, clean, cloth. Please follow the instructions provided with the brasso.

General Care Tips…

  • Storing jewellery in an airtight container will prevent it from tarnishing too quickly.
  • Avoid getting jewellery wet where possible; remove when washing up, bathing, showering or swimming.
  • Avoid contact with harmful chemicals, even things like perfume and moisturisers can damage jewellery, particularly plated jewellery.