POLISHING CLOTHS Town Talk
Tarnish is unfortunately an inevitable part of all jewellery that contains any amounts of copper (which is 99% of all jewellery in the world). Copper is used to fortify the metal to make it more durable, but has the unfortunate side effect of turning dark over time by being exposed to oxygen, sweat, soap and general body chemistry. Luckily it's reversible! These Town Talk polishing cloths lets you remove the blackness on your jewellery that might have started to develop over time.
How to use: Simply rub your jewellery against these cotton flannels, which are pre-impregnated with a polishing agent that gently removes the blackness and soon your favourite piece will be shiny like brand new!
Available in GOLD for gold jewellery and SILVER for silver jewellery. Produced by Town Talk in the U.K.
Ships with standard postal service (not tracked) if not purchased together with a piece of jewellery from M of Copenhagen, which always includes tracking for secure shipping.
Silver in general can sometimes darken, also known as oxidize. The reasons behind this can be the minerals and salts secreted by the body or found in the air if you live in a humid environment. The tarnished silver can be treated using a ’Silver dip’ - a specialist polish available at jewelers' or a tarnish removal cloth available in most online jewellery stores.
- Always keep your jewellery away from body lotions, perfumes and other products you put on your skin, as this may tarnish the metal.
- Always remove your jewellery before taking a bath, swimming or doing the dishes.
- Store your jewellery in a dry and soft place when not worn, to maintain the lustre and prevent scratches from forming.
- Use professional cleaning agents when polishing your jewellery, taking extra care not to cover any beads or gemstones with it as it may be hard to remove.
M of Copenhagen uses nickel free 925 silver made from 100% recycled grains of silver (EcoSilver) and also fine silver 999, consisting of 99.9% pure silver for all stone impressions.
EcoSilver - Made from 100% recycled grains of silver, that have been melted down and formed into new solid silver. Produced using a totally traceable fully audited process. Ecosilver has the same quality, working properties and content as its untouched origin Sterling Silver 925 (92,5% pure silver). Origin: Europe
EcoSilver Solder – the joining component used to fuse the silver together - also made from scrap silver. Origin: Europe
Handmade Jewellery box - 100% Recycled paper. Origin: Europe
Jewellery - 100% recycled 925 Sterling Silver (Ecosilver), 9ct Red Gold and 9ct Yellow Gold handmade in Denmark
Cards - 100% recycled paper. Origin: Europe
Jewellery Box Inlay - 100% Natural Sheep's Wool
Mailing box – 100% recycled paper. Origin: Europe
Cards – Made from recycled paper. Origin: Europe
Using a delivery service that is taking action against CO2 emissions and minimizing their own pollution.
All the brand’s products are and forever will be made with the highest concentrate of sustainability achievable at that point in time, and it is my personal pledge as a designer to never produce a single product that hasn’t been scrutinized to fulfil those needs the brand so proudly stands for; justice for the environment and a brand for the people – fighting for your right to a cleaner environment and a brighter future for all of us!
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR RING SIZE
The image above is a ring that measures 1,7 cm (17 mm) in inside diameter, i.e. this ring bearer will need to choose size 17 when ordering rings from M of Copenhagen.
If you do not have a ring to measure and compare to, simply measure the circumference of the finger you wish to wear one of M of Copenhagen's rings on.
How to measure:
Cut a piece of string (ca 10 cm) and wrap it snugly (comfortably, and not too tight) around your finger, holding one end of the string pressed against the finger you are measuring as a starting point. Mark the string where it touches the end you're pressing down. Then unravel the string and measure that length ( from the end to the mark you made). The length you get should then be divided by 3.14 and that will give you a reading in millimeter.
Example: My finger measures 62 mm (6,2 cm) around where I wish to wear my ring.
62 / 3,14 = 19,74 this means a ring in size "19" from the M of Copenhagen collection should be perfect for me. Always best to have a ring size that sits snugly around your finger so it doesn't fall off in sudden movements.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR BANGLE SIZE
The method of measuring your bangle size is quite similar to how rings can be measured, only using another part of the hand of course. To find your bangle size, please follow the instructions below. I do not recommend measuring and old bangle as they may have been bent out of shape (providing a false reading) or be a different shape than the designs I offer, and therefore hard to use as an example. For my jewellery, I personally recommend to always measure your hand as follows:
For any questions regarding sizing, or to order a custom sized bangle or ring, please do not hesitate to contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org