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Care of Wood Rings

The wood in a GETi Titanium and hardwood ring is protected from side impact to a certain degree by the tough edges of the Titanium and protected by a clear laquer to resist water splashes. Submerging the ring in water for long periods of time, for example swimming or bathing, is not recommended and regular use of protective wax can help further protect your ring by resealing it in the event of a scratch or a knock.

Wood inlays are by no means as durable as a metal ring but with care can last a lifetime. In the event that yout wood inlay does become seriously damaged by being struck or rough treatment, soaked in water or exposure to harsh chemicals, don't despair! GETi can replace your inlay for you for a fraction of the cost of a new ring. Maintaining the finish regularly is integral to keeping the ring in good condition and preserving the wood.

GETi wood inlay rings can withstand the occasional shower or hand wash, as long as water does not penetrate the inlay.

GETi recommend Rennaissance Wax for regular maintenance of the wood inlay.

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PPL Cover for Arts and Crafts

posted by admin at 10/09/2019
We are pleased to announce that a new subscription is available to sellers of jewellery and other craftworks that includes £5M Products and Public Liability insurance cover. Cover includes sales to the USA and Canada, the use of heat on third party premises, exhibiting at craft fairs and exhibitions and teaching ...

Odissa is Evolving!

posted by admin at 08/20/2019
We are pleased to announce that the Guild of Jewellery Designers selling platform, Odissa, is now open to designer/makers of all arts and crafts. We aim to hold on to our ethos of maintaining a handcrafted products platform and hope to create a vibrant and interesting place for visitors to shop so, if you make handcrafted products, feel free to join us on the adventure! :-)


posted by admin at 07/04/2019
Does your Sterling Silver tarnish?   Summer months can be a nightmare for lovers of Silver, when, for no obvious reason, your Silver jewellery doesn't look as lustrous as it should. Here we explore some reasons why this happens.   First of all what causes the discolouration?   Silver turns black when kept in the air because it reacts with sulphur compounds such as hydrogen sulphide (H2S) present in air ...
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