Childrens Infant Babies Kids Jewellery Safety


Your child’s health and wellbeing is of the upmost importance.  Please read our Safety Information to ensure your jewellery selection is appropriate.

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Whilst safety is in the forefront of my mind with any design, like anything, children’s jewellery can pose a risk if used incorrectly.  Please ensure the following advice is adhered to when purchasing and using your children’s jewellery.  Please contact us with any questions regarding  the fit or use of our jewellery.


At Sarah Simpson Jewellery / A Petite Sparkle – we create fine jewellery.  It is not a toy.  Jewellery contains small parts that may be a choking hazard to babies and toddlers, especially those under 3 years of age. Our Jewellery should be worn by children under active adult supervision.   It should be checked carefully each time it is worn to ensure it remains fit for use.  Ensure pearl silk is in good, clean condition and charms & clasps are securely attached.


Children should not wear jewellery to sleep, bath or swim, or where their parent or guardian deems it inappropriate.

Children or infants under 3 years should not wear jewellery in a car-seat, napping/ sleeping, or in a front facing pram.


Jewellery must fit appropriately to ensure safety.  For children under three years, necklaces should not be able to be pulled over the chin and into the mouth.  You should never allow a child to put jewellery into their mouths.

See our SIZING page to find the perfect fit for your child.


The Gold and Silver used in our jewellery does not contain Lead, Cadmium or Nickel.  This complies with product requirements in the USA & EU


  • Where specific age recommendations are required due to our jewellery design they are listed in the product description.
  • You are the best person to judge wether a piece of jewellery is appropriate for your child.  As no jewellery is unbreakable, please assess the risks carefully.
  • Earrings should be cleaned regularly to prevent infection.  Our jewellery should only be worn after the initial healing period is over.
  • Pearls should be restrung at least yearly, or after getting wet, dirty or damaged, to ensure the pearl silk remains in excellent condition.