Tom's silver bracelet!

August 12, 2010

My nephew Tom wanted to make jewellery with me for sometime, and has always been fascinated by the tools when he comes in the workshop. With the summer holidays here, we set a date for a class!

Tom wanted to make a bracelet for this Mum and he designed it himself, carefully choosing colours he thought his Mum would like. Tom shaped the silver wire, soldered it (yes really - with a guiding hand from this Auntie!) hammered and polished the pieces, then we put it all together. Finally, we placed it into a box wrapped with ribbon. I watched a proud Tom disappear with the box with great speed to find his Mum! One happy customer!

Tom soldering the silver links.

Hammering the links to give a nice texture.

The finished bracelet!

The proud maker, Tom, aged 6, my youngest student!

Ring sizing

Sue makes rings to the size your select when ordering. If the ring does not fit, then she will re-size the ring free of charge (once only) providing:

  1. You (the customer) pay £9 to cover Royal Mail Special Delivery costs for returning the ring to you (can be paid by cheque or back transfer).
  2. You (the customer) ensure it's returned within 14 days of delivery.

Please contact Sue before returning a ring for a re-size; it is so useful to have a discussion to help gauge how much adjustment is needed.

Please note: rings must be returned via Royal Mail Special Delivery and opting for the appropriate insurance option to cover the cost of the item. Sue Lane is not responsible for the delivery costs of returning a ring for re-sizing or for lost or damaged rings whilst in transit. For more details, please read our Returns Policy.

Sue will happily resize, refinish or repolish the ring at any time after the 14 days have expired, but at a cost based on the time needed to fulfil the work which Sue can quote before you return the ring.

Not sure of your ring size?

If you are not sure of your ring size, please contact Sue. She can arrange your order and then post out a free ring sizer to you. You then simply call or email with the measurement.