Flow gold plated bangle, Lava collection of nature inspired jewellery
This gold plated bangle is inspired by nature’s soft flowing, organic lines. It can become a part of you, as it’s simple for everyday use, yet also elegant for special occasions. It would make a lovely gift for someone who feels connected to the natural world.
Handmade from recycled brass and lacquer by Emma Aitchison.
The bangle has a 3mm round profile. Please refer to size guide in the “Details & Delivery” tab.
We feel the Flow gold plated bangle is really rather special, and hope you do too! You may also like Emma’s other handmade pendants, rings and earrings on Chalk & Moss here.
Delivery & Details
Measuring your size:
Bangles are sized by their diameter, rather than by their circumference like rings. There are 3 sizes of bangle: small, medium and large. Measure your hand carefully, so you get an accurate result.
Unless otherwise stated, the following are used for sizes:
S – 62mm inside diameter
M -67mm inside diameter
L – 72mm inside diameter
1: Your hands could be different sizes, so make sure you measure the hand on which you intend to wear the bangle.
2: Make sure to pull the measuring tape tight over your knuckles. Otherwise your measurement may not be accurate.
1: Place your fist on a flat surface.
2: With a soft measuring tape, measure the width from the middle of the first knuckle to the middle of the fourth knuckle (you may need someone to help you with this).
3: Compare your measurement to those in the sizing for S,M, L to get your bangle size.
As this jewellery is made to order and are therefore non-returnable (unless faulty), we cannot accept returns if the incorrect size is ordered.
Delivery and Returns
All pieces by Emma Aitchison are made to order for you, with a lead-time of 2-3 weeks. Items are shipped by recorded delivery. For non UK orders, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for shipping cost.
As products are custom made for you, returns are not accepted unless faulty.
You can read about Chalk & Moss deliveries and returns here.
Your order will arrive in a lovely box, made from recycled and sustainable sources.
Your order will be sent directly by Emma Aitchison (who receives your name and address), as instructed by Chalk & Moss.
Standard Chalk & Moss terms apply.
Shipping your order within the UK is charged at a flat rate of £5.95. If you spend more than £100, shipping is free!
Please note that shipping for furniture must be calculated according to each order. So to avoid incurring an additional charge after you’ve made a purchase, I suggest contacting me first for an accurate quote on email@example.com.
The delivery method varies, depending on the product and quantity you buy.
If you’d like something delivered outside the UK, do drop me a line here and I’ll arrange this for you.
A flat rate shipping cost will show on checkout. However, large or delicate orders will incur an extra shipping cost after you place your order. You’ll have the right to cancel your order at that point, if you’re not happy with the additional cost.
The flat rate generally applies to lighter items and are as follows:
Mainland Europe: £12.95
North America: £25
Please drop me a line before you place your order on firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll give you an accurate shipping cost (which could be less or more than the flat rate) and take you through the order if you’d like to go ahead, thus avoiding an additional charge post order.
Please note; you may be charged for local import duties and customs charges on the arrival of the goods in your country, outside the UK. This is out of our control and you are responsible for paying any such charges.
About the Designer
Based in London, designer Emma Aitchison creates nature inspired jewellery that raises awareness of climate change, and draws on the beauty of drastic weather patterns. Her collections of earrings, bangles, necklaces and rings include “Lava” and “Mountain”, where the pieces draw a beautiful link back to her inspiration. A perfect gift for someone who loves feeling the force of nature!
Each unique piece is handmade using a range of techniques, both old and new. Emma makes jewellery with a clear conscience, using sustainable processes and materials wherever possible. A large proportion of her materials are recycled, supporting longevity in design.
Emma is a proud member of the No Dirty Gold (NDG) campaign, which strives for mining to respect human rights and the environment. As a member of the Fairtrade Foundation, she uses Fairtrade gold and silver. All gemstones are lab created or ethically sourced.
Emma’s goal is to make ethical jewellery with fully sustainable methods.