All orders are shipped within 1-2 business days unless otherwise stated. You will receive a shipment confirmation email with the shipping tracking number. Signature is required for delivery.
Sweden Sara Robertsson Jewellery offers free standard shipping on all orders within Sweden, delivered by Postnord in 1-2 days.
European Union Sara Robertsson Jewellery offers free climate compensated express shipping with DHL on all orders within the European Union, delivered in 1-2 days. All DHL express shipments are made with DHL GOGREEN Climate Neutral shipping.
You can also choose free standard shipping delivered by Postnord in 3-6 days.
Rest of the world Sara Robertsson Jewellery offers free climate compensated express shipping with DHL to most countries outside the European Union, delivered in 1-2 days. All DHL express shipments are made with DHL GOGREEN Climate Neutral shipping.
For countries not covered by DHL we offer free standard shipping delivered by Postnord in 7-14 days.
All international orders outside the European Union are shipped delivery duties unpaid (Delivered At Place -DAP) which means that customs, duties and taxes are not included in the item price. Any applicable fees are the responsibility of the customer and will be collected from you by the carrier upon delivery. To determine what these additional costs will be prior to purchase please contact your local customs office.
Please note that shipments to rural areas may result in longer delivery times. This might also apply to shipments being held for inspection by the customs at the destination.
The ring size is measured in mm/inside diameter.
Please note that for wider rings you might need to go up one size.
The bangle size is measured in cm/inside circumference. Please note that bangles do not open so you need to be able to fit these across your hand but also make sure they are not too big to avoid them falling off or feeling uncomfortable.
A collection of minimal essentials all shaped by hand in sterling silver wire into circular, elliptic or freely flowing shapes and curves.
The name Ceres is inspired by the only dwarf planet located in the inner solar system which was used by mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss in 1801 to calculate the paths of elliptic curves for the first time. It is named after the goddess Ceres who in greek mythology is the goddess of the earth, plants and motherhood.