Cookie Policy | Memara Jewellery

Cookie Policy

What are they?

Cookies are very small files that our sent by our web server to your computer to track your behaviour on our website. We can access these cookies if you make return visits to memara.co.uk.


Why does Memara use them?

We use cookies in order to identify your computer and to track your preferences and selections on our website. Cookies enable us to provide you with the best user experience, as well as to track the contents of your shopping basket and to enable us to know where you are in the order process.

Our website will never share any of your personal data and information with any third parties.


What types of cookies are there?

The four types of cookies that we use on our website are outlined by the ICC UK Cookie Guide. The cookies we use are as follows:

Type 1: Strictly Necessary Cookies

These cookies are essential to the functioning of our website and the processing of your orders. Without these cookies, services such as information regarding the content of your basket, where you are in the order process and the invoicing of your order cannot be provided.

The following three types of cookies are not strictly necessary, although they enable us to provide you with an experience best tailored to you.

Type 2: Performance Cookies

These cookies collect anonymous data, which does not identify a visitor. This data includes information on which pages are visited most often and whether error messages from certain pages occur. They are used to improve the utility of the website.

Type 3: Functionality Cookies

These cookies provide more personal features to the visitor. The website can use these cookies to remember what region you are in, your email address and any changes you have made to fonts or text size, for example. All information collected is anonymised and the cookies cannot track any of your other browsing activity online.

Type 4: Targeting Cookies/ Advertising Cookies (3rd party cookies)

These cookies are personalised to you, to deliver adverts relevant to your interests. They are also used to limit the number of times you see an advertisement as well as help measure the effectiveness of the advertising campaigns. They are usually placed by advertising networks with the website operator’s permission. They remember that you have visited a website and this information is shared with other organisations such as advertisers. Quite often targeting or advertising cookies will be linked to site functionality provided by the other organisation.

As these cookies are third-party, we do not control their setting. For further information of these cookies and how to manage them, please visit the relevant third-party websites.


How can I disable them?

If you chose to disable your cookies on our website, you will need to alter the settings on your website browser. This will allow you to use and order from our website, the experience will just be less tailored to you. For more information on how to do this, you can visit https://www.aboutcookies.org/legal-notices/privacy/


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Necklaces

Our necklaces and pendants fall within three lengths. Most designs are adjustable, with extender links that can be used to fasten in multiple positions.

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Size guide:

necklace size guide
Ring
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Size guide

ring size guide
Order a ring sizer

OPTION 1 - MEASURE AN EXISTING RING:

option-1: step 1 Identify the finger for your new ring. option-1: step 2 Find your favourite ring which fits best on this finger. option-1: step 3 Measure the inside diameter of the ring in mm.

Use the ring size guide to compare your measurements and locate your ring size.

OPTION 2 - MEASURE YOUR FINGER:

option-2: step 1 Identify the finger for your new ring Find a piece of string or a thin strip of paper and wrap it around your finger. option-1: step 2 Mark where the piece of string or paper meet together with a pen. option-2: step 3 Find a ruler and measure the length.

Use the ring size guide to compare your measurements and locate your ring size.

A few tips when measuring:

  • Measure your ring size when your hands are warm, as your hands can change size as their temperature changes
  • Your fingers are typically at their biggest at the end of the day, so this is the best time to measure your ring size
  • Your fingers can get slightly larger after salt and alcohol – so it’s best not to find your ring size after a night out!
  • get slightly larger after salt and alcohol – so it’s best not to find your ring size after a night out! Your dominant hand often has slightly bigger fingers
  • Purchase the larger ring size if your size is in the middle of two sizes
  • Think about the design of the ring, a thick band will feel tighter than a thin band so you may want to go a whole size up!
  • Remember it will need to fit over your knuckle!