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Privacy and cookies
This privacy statement sets out how Ann Hume Jewellery ("we" "us" or "our"), who operate this web site located at  ("Site"), use the information you give us. We may change this privacy statement at any time by posting such changes on the Site. Your continued use of the Site after notice of changes shall mean you have agreed to the new  privacy statement.

We are committed to respecting your privacy. Once you choose to provide us with any information by which you can be identified, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement. By using the Site you agree to this use.

By using our website you agree that we can place these types of cookies on your device and access them when you visit the site in the future.

This privacy policy is GDPR compliant and is governed by the law of Scotland and complies with UK and EU data privacy legislation.

The General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 is the GDPR which is a European piece of legislation. This regulation applied to all EU Member States in 2018. The '2016' is the year in which it was passed.

This policy was updated in Dec 2018.

We are committed to your privacy we do not gather or store your personal information without your knowledge. We use a third party website Paypal to gather payment and online shopping cart that uses "strictly necessary" cookies.  You can create a login which will allow you to return to the website, you can ask to be removed at any time.  We are not responsible for the behaviour of any other website.

We apply the Data Protection Act 1998 and GDPR when handling any personal information. When we ask you for personal information we will keep to the law, and promise to:

make sure you know why we need it
only ask for what we need, and not to collect too much or irrelevant information
protect it and make sure nobody has access to it who shouldn’t
make sure we don’t keep it longer than necessary
not make your personal information available for commercial use without your permission.



Cookies are small files that help add to the functionality of web sites, and allows site owners to better understand the behaviour of users on a web site. This web site uses a few cookies to compile usage statistics through a third party site google analytics. This information stored does not contain any personal information - it is anonymous and generalised. We will never sell this information.


If you wish to restrict or block the cookies which are set by websites you can do this through your browser settings. The Help function within your browser should tell you how.

Cookies & Google Analytics

An HTTP cookie—commonly referred to as just "cookie"—is a parcel of text sent back and forth between a web browser and the server it accesses. Its original purpose was to provide a state management mechanism between a web browser and a web server. Without a cookie (or a similar solution), a web server cannot distinguish between different users, or determine any relationship between sequential page visits made by the same user. For this reason, cookies are used to differentiate one user from another and to pass information from page to page during a single user's website session. A web server uses cookies to collect data about a given browser, along with the information requested and sent by the browser's operator (the visitor). Cookies do not identify people, but rather they are defined themselves by a combination of a computer, a user account, and a browser.

Google Analytics tracking (and most web tracking software) uses cookies in order to provide meaningful reports about your site visitors. However, Google Analytics cookies do not collect personal data about your website visitors.

How Google Analytics Uses Cookies

Google Analytics uses cookies to define user sessions, as well as to provide a number of key features in the Google Analytics reports. Google Analytics sets or updates cookies only to collect data required for the reports. Additionally, Google Analytics uses only first-party cookies. This means that all cookies set by Google Analytics for your domain send data only to the servers for your domain. This effectively makes Google Analytics cookies the personal property of your website domain, and the data cannot be altered or retrieved by any service on another domain.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of information which is stored by your computer's hard drive by your web browser which tracks your movements within websites. Most browsers are automatically set to accept cookies but you are able to change the settings on your browser to prevent cookies being stored on your computer, should you wish. Please note that cookies cannot harm your computer and we do not store personally identifiable 

We use Website analytics cookies - we use these cookies to measure and analyse how our customers use the website.
If you want to delete any cookies that are already on your computer, please refer to the help and support area on your internet browser for instructions on how to locate the file or directory that stores cookies.

Information on deleting or controlling cookies is available at Please note that by deleting our cookies or disabling future cookies you may not be able to access certain areas or features of our site. We have provided this information to ensure that our customers are clear about their privacy  when using our website.

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