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Jewellery Care

||Oath of Caring for your Jewellery||
In order to protect the honour, life and lustre of your silver jewellery, we request you to solemnly pledge your allegiance towards providing some tender, love and care.
Place your hand on the screen and repeat after us; I swear to follow the instructions, the exact instructions and nothing but the instructions.
  1. I promise to apply makeup, lotions, hairspray, perfumes, deodorants and other cosmetics before putting on my jewellery.
  2. I shall remember to take off my jewellery before getting into a chlorinated swimming pool, sweating in the gym, while using harsh detergents and other such chemicals.
  3. I shall baby-proof my jewellery’s habitat and refrain from keeping it on hard surfaces and/or exposing it to humidity, moisture and extreme temperatures. I shall store it in a dry place, preferably in a soft/cotton-lined, air-tight box/ pouch (avoid velvet-lined boxes/ pouch) or a zip lock bag in order to prevent fading, scratching, chipping and entanglement.
Been a rebel and betrayed your agreement, and now your jewellery is plagued with bad karma? Luckily, tarnish isn't a death sentence for sterling silver. Let’s try it again. And this time don’t cross your fingers.
  1. I promise to not self-medicate and use harsh detergent soap, toothpaste, hard toothbrush, tissue, paper towel, bleach or any other abrasive compounds to clean my jewellery. Above all, do no harm.
  2. Instead, I shall give the concerned jewellery, a gentle scrub with a soft toothbrush or a clean makeup brush in warm soapy water, dry it and then if required, use a special silver cleaning cloth, or a microfibre cloth, or any other soft nonabrasive cloth. I shall, however, be gentle when polishing, and use long back-and-forth motions and avoid rubbing in circles, as excessive polishing can remove the plating.
  3. I promise to bring out the big guns, in case the tarnish is severe. I vouch to restore the original brilliance of the surface and get in touch with my local jeweller or Jewelit and get it polished at nominal charges.
  4. I understand that even though this oath has no expiration date, my silver jewellery will age organically as a result of natural wear and tear. I will therefore, not be afraid to take my jewellery out and show them off as I understand that jewellery that lingers too long in the box becomes harder to clean.
  5. I promise to look up from my cell from time to time and pay attention to my jewellery, appreciate it and post online, a picture of myself flaunting my gorgeous purchase.
Size Guide

Jewellery always fits. No sizing issues are solid silver! But if you’re confused about your ring, bracelet or chain size then use our easy guides and find your exact size.


At Jewelit we use the US system for ring sizing.

You can easily find out your exact ring size with the help of a thread or measuring tape and using the following comparison chart.

  1. Wrap a piece of thread on your finger at the exact location where you would wear your ring and mark where it meets its other end.
  2. Lay it flat on a measuring tape or ruler and measure its exact length.
  3. This length is equivalent to the circumference of your finger and knowing this figure in inches or millimeters will help you gauge your ring size by using the chart below. Please choose the value nearest to your measured length. The US size that corresponds best to that value is your ring size.
US System
Indian System

Please Note: This Ring Size Chart is based on the US system for ring sizing and provides an approximate ring size only. Women’s rings are available in US sizes 5,6,7,8.



Chain Bracelet/ Loose Bracelet/ Charm Bracelet

If you own a similar style of bracelet, then you can measure it to determine your size. You should measure end to end for the correct length. 

You may also refer to the chart below for a basic guideline to bracelet sizes. Please note that this is an approximate measurement. Follow the steps below for a more accurate measurement.

  1. Measure your wrist with a thread or a measuring tape, just below the wrist bone, where you would normally wear the bracelet.
  2. Mark your size and measure the length of the thread, using a ruler. That would be your wrist size.
  3. To find your bracelet size, just add your wrist size with the appropriate measurements below.

Fitting Style

Add inches to wrist size

Snug Fit
Add ¼” to ½”
Comfort Fit
Add ¾” to 1”
Loose Fit
Add 1 ¼”

The dimensions mentioned under product descriptions are in the form of width * length. 


How to choose a Chain:

Decide where you want the necklace to sit – on your clavicle, the upper part of your chest, or lower. Secondly, you can measure your desired length with the help of a string or measuring tape and select your perfect fit.

Follow this chart to learn where each necklace length falls on the average woman’s body.

Chain Length

Position on the Body

14 inches (35cm)

Fits like a choker and wraps closely around the neck.

16 inches (40cm)

Falls perfectly around the base of the neck like a collar. On a petite woman it hangs loosely around the neck and falls just at the collarbone. On a plus size woman it might sit more like a choker.

18” (45cm)

A common choice for women that sits elegantly below the throat on the collarbone. This length is popular for adding pendants which will hang over a crew neck.

20” (50cm)

Will fall few inches below the collarbone.

22” (55cm)

Falls at or above a low neckline.

24” (61cm)

Falls below any neckline.

36” (91cm)

Common with pearl strands and will hang below the bust.