Minimal Jewellery Packaging

Minimal Jewellery Packaging

There’s an ugly problem with pretty packaging; orders stuffed with bubble wrap, bound with tape, and packed with glossy postcards causes an awful lot of waste and much of it can't be recycled. We know every purchase you make is special and we love the big reveal as much as you do. Yet the unboxing experience is just as delightful when it's kept minimal. We keep our packaging simple for a reason.

We're already mindful of ensuring all our packaging–from our 'thank you' note right down to the jewellery box–is made from eco-friendly recycled materials and can be reused or recycled when you no longer need them. We don't send anything unnecessary along with your jewellery like printed paper receipts or packing slips because who needs those when you can access them electronically?

Minimal Jewellery Packaging

Your jewellery arrives in a luxury eco-friendly gift box, nestled in acid-free recycled tissue paper (which can be reused again and again), sent alongside a little thank you note (so you know how to contact us should you need to) made from recycled card, and packaged up in a sturdy unbleached cardboard box (to be reused or recycled). Each piece of jewellery is sent in its own box to protect it from scratches and tangles but perhaps you already have a jewellery box to store your new OMCH pieces in or want to wear them all day, every day instead. You can now skip the extra jewellery box by letting us know at checkout.

Shoot us a quick email saying "no jewellery box necessary!" and we'll wrap your new jewellery pieces up in minimal packaging instead. If you don't need it, we won't pack it. Don't worry, your jewellery will be just as safe as they always are! If you already have a little collection of OMCH boxes (who doesn't?), you're welcome to send them back to us or drop them off at the studio for us to reuse or recycle.

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Written by Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for over ten years; exploring simple living, sustainable style, and slow travel. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.

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