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How do I care for my Karen Millen jewellery & small accessories?

JEWELLERY All our jewellery is nickel-free and plated with rhodium or white bronze for a luxurious finish.

We use Swarovski crystal in some of our styles. Made in Austria, Swarovski crystal is noted for its purity, brilliance and sparkle.

Pierced earrings cannot be tried on prior to purchase. Regretfully earrings cannot be accepted for refund unless faulty.

Jewellery should be carefully stored in the protective pouch supplied. Care should be taken to protect it from knocks, chemicals, extreme temperatures and sunlight. Costume jewellery is fragile but when treated with respect will look fabulous for many years.

SUNGLASSES:

Sunglasses can be fragile and lenses can scratch easily. The following guidelines will help you to look after your sunglasses and keep them looking good for longer.

Clean your sunglasses with a soft cloth, preferably one that has been specifically developed for cleaning lenses.

Store your sunglasses in the case provided. Avoid putting your sunglasses face down on any surface as this may scratch the lenses.

On a hot day avoid leaving your sunglasses on your car's dashboard as the heat can damage the lenses and distort the frames.

Avoid wearing your sunglasses on the top of your head as this may also distort the frames.

All our sunglasses are covered by a guarantee against faulty manufacture. In the unlikely event of this happening they should be returned to the place of purchase.

WATCHES:

Batteries: The battery should be replaced every 18 months and should only be carried out by an approved stockist or specialist repairer.

Handling: Your watch will not withstand extreme shocks or vibration. It is sensible to remove your watch before commencing rough work or situations where the watch could be damaged.

Bracelet Watches: Take care to avoid bending the bracelet beyond the normal curvature of the wrist. It is recommended the watch be kept in the presentation box when not in use. Avoid placing the watch under heavy objects or loose in a handbag.

Water resistance: If your watch is not marked with either the words. ' Water resistant' or a degree of water resistance e.g. 3ATM, then it is not water resistant. Care should be taken to avoid getting the watch wet as damage to the movement may result. This usually applies to the watches designed for dress or cocktail type wear.

3ATM:

The watch is designed to withstand accidental splashing or rain but not suitable for swimming. 5 ATM Watch is designed to withstand leisure-type swimming and taking a shower. It is not designed to withstand sports such as scuba diving.

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