Royal Dissension believes in making quality pieces of wearable art that embody a deeper sense of self. For that reason, all Royal Regalia and Royal Relics are handcrafted in Canada using the best techniques and finest materials.  The Advisor pays special attention to the tiny details of each design, ensuring that each piece is perfectly constructed.



If you follow the guidelines provided, your wearable art will last a lifetime and even become an heirloom, if you so desire. To preserve your item for years to come be sure to always store your Regalia or Relic in the box that was provided. Never store your wearable art in a place where it is exposed to sunlight, dust or weather conditions.


Laws Of Care

Do not expose your Regalia or Relics to extreme heat sources. Keep away from glue guns, soldering irons, irons, blow dryers, heat guns, candles, lighters, stove elements, ovens, and flamethrowers.

Do not expose your wearable are to extreme cold conditions. Keep out of the freezer, away from ice and do not wear your wearable art in temperatures that drop below -5c.

Do not spray with chemicals such as perfume, hair spray, sunscreen or bug spray.

Do not bend or apply extreme pressure.

Do not store in sunlight.


Cleaning Instructions


Royal Dissension does not always use fabrics.  When Royal Dissension does, however, the fabrics are of a quality fit for Royalty. It is recommended that any fabric items that are part of your Regalia are dry-cleaned only.

Do not place in a dryer for any reason. If your garment gets wet, hang to dry.


Armor and Metals

Never use harsh cleaning chemicals or sprays on your wearable art. Gently wipe with a damp sponge and mild soap like dish soap. Clean small amounts at a time, be patient and don’t scrub vigorously.

To remove Playa dust from items that have been to Burning Man, dampen sponge with club soda instead of water. Rub gently. Be patient. You may have to clean several times before all of the dust is removed.



If you have any questions or concerns about your Regalia or Relic, please do not hesitate to contact The Royal Advisor/Designer for personal advice and clarification. The Advisor can be reached below. 

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