Things to Remember When Travelling with Jewellery in Tow

by CCB Today | Wednesday, Jul 25, 2018 | 47 views

Engagement RingTravelling means having fun, but it likewise means stuffing all of your things into a few bags. This can be difficult, especially if you do not usually pack light.

If you have some jewellery pieces from Finecraft Jewellery or other Hatton Garden jewellery shops that you would want to bring, read on to find out how you can keep them safe.

Bring Only What You Need

If you know that you will not be able to wear it during your trip, then do not bring it. Bring only what you need and leave the rest at home. Aside from it being heavy, it would be dangerous as robbers are everywhere.

In addition, it would be best not to wear everything all at once and always consider where you are going or what you are attending before cladding your body with jewellery.

Get a Travel Jewellery Case

If you often travel with your jewellery, then getting a jewellery case would be practical. It does not need to be lavish or expensive; what is important is that you keep your jewellery safe.

You can look for travel-friendly cases or those that are not too bulky or heavy on your suitcase. Look for one with compartments to keep your rings, bracelets and necklaces separated and untangled.

Straws and Toothbrush Cases

Necklaces can often end up entangled when kept inside your bag. Keep them from being entangled by putting one end into a straw and then closing the clasp. You can then put these straws in a toothbrush case to keep them organised.

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For bracelets or anklets, you can cut the straw in half, insert one end of the necklace into it, and then close the clasp. This is a great way to keep your jewellery safe and tangle-free.

Lastly, it would be wise to pack your jewellery in your carry-on bag rather than the checked-in bags. Your jewellery can get lost or stolen in a checked-in bag, so be sure to keep the items close to your body.

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