Giving Back | Memara Jewellery

Being founder lead means we can focus on what matters most to us. We have an extremely
conscious approach to everything that we do and helping to protect our planet
for future generations informs our decisions as a business.

We are committed to ensuring that our operations are both kind to the environment and respectful
to all our stakeholders – partners, suppliers, and customers alike.

We will keep you posted on our journey, but here are some of the steps we have already taken to becoming a responsible business.

Our Artisans

Abby, our founder, has personally
handpicked and visited the small number of workshops we use and closely reviews the supply chain ethics. Our workshops are based in India and Indonesia where we have strong and mutually beneficial relationships. 

We are dedicated to ensuring that every stage of the manufacturing
process is both kind to the environment and respectful to all the people involved, particularly the craftsmen and women who bring our designs to life.  We only work with artisans who offer complete transparency and meet our high standards of quality and conduct.

Planting a Forest

We are working towards being carbon neutral.  Science tells us that trees are one of the best ways to absorb carbon from the atmosphere which is why we have teamed up with Ecologi, and plant one tree for every order shipped. At the moment we have planted a wood but with your orders we are aiming to create a forest!

Happy Packaging

We are a zero single-use packaging brand, meaning all our packaging and printed material is recyclable, or made from recycled material derived from an FSC® forest.

Our beautiful pouches are designed to be reused and are perfect for storing your jewellery.

Conscious Pieces

Our name Memara comes from a blend of the Punjabi word Kumara which means beautiful and memory which is the middle English word for keepsake. This encapsulates exactly what we want each piece to represent for our customers - a treasured keepsake.

Rather than following fashion trends we create pieces that we hope will feel timeless. Our collections are small which means we have very little waste.

Care and Repair

We want our jewellery to be adored forever and a little TLC never goes
amiss. Remember to give it a polish with a soft cloth and not to wear it in the shower or when swimming. It doesn’t like to be tugged around or covered in perfume. If anything happens to your jewellery, please get in touch as we can
offer a repair service.

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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!