Harry Rocks is a London based jewellery label specialising in creating beautiful and unique pieces that will last.
Harry Rocks Jewellery has a unique story behind the name as Laura decided to call her jewellery label after her first child Harry, Harry already being a very important and inspiring name to her as she grew up visiting ‘Old Harry Rocks’ in Dorset. Each piece from the Harry Rocks collection is exclusively designed and beautifully handmade from the London studio using a variety of metals and materials including sterling silver, gold and semi-precious stones meaning no two pieces will be the same, making Harry Rocks Jewellery one of a kind. The popular Personalised collection is totally unique, each piece is hand engraved in London and is totally personalised for the buyer and wearer which makes it so special and a total one off, you can select fonts, wording, finishes, size and number of pendants and birthstones. The Constellation Collection came from Laura’s passion for Astrology, each of these unique handmade pendants is set with diamonds. Charms are also a big love of Laura's, the quirkier the better. ‘Our aim is to create beautiful and quality original pieces of jewellery that women of all ages would love to receive as a present or buy for themselves, using materials that will last’
Each piece of jewellery bought from our website is especially handmade when you order. We will get your order sent to you as soon as possible but please allow a possible 1-2 weeks from placing your order to receipt of your jewellery.
All jewellery comes in a “Harry Rocks” presentation box with tissue paper. All jewellery is beautifully packed so no need to think about gift wrap.
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13 Vernon Road, London, SW14 8NH, GB
Storage: All jewellery is best stored separately to avoid breakage and getting tangled. Either hang your jewellery up or store in pouches or boxes to avoid scratching or tangling. Do not expose your jewellery to chemicals and acid such as perfume, body lotion and hairspray as this could cause discoloration. Also avoid swimming and showering with your jewellery as this may also cause discoloration. Hot weather and sweat can also speed up the tarnishing process.
Finishes: Sterling silver can tarnish. To care for it, use a non abrasive silver polish or a soft cloth. Silver 'Dip' can be used to clean sterling silver pieces, although make sure the jewellery is then rinsed thoroughly.
Gold plating jewellery has been coated with a thin layer of gold on top of sterling silver. Gold plating is a surface finish so it can be susceptible to wear but if looked after it should last a long time.
To care for gold plating/ gold filled jewellery/ vermeil- rinse in warm water and mild soap then pat dry with a tissue or leave to dry on a towel.
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