If you want to keep any sort of jewelry for a longer period of time, we advise you to treat it gently. We also recommend that special care is taken of rings when washing hands or applying skin cream. The stones and their sockets will maintain their beauty longer if they are not exposed to soap and cream. And clean them with a small cloth that is only for your jewelry.
- HANDLE WITH CARE
While putting your ring or bracelet, handle them with gently.
Always remember the golden rule of wearing jewelry “last in and first out”
Make sure jewelry is the last part of the outfit you wear, and the first thing you take off.
Direct application of makeup on your jewelry may ruin the shine.
Jewelry lasts the best when cleaned regularly. It stops the build-up of potentially harmful chemicals and keeps the stones clear of elements that may scratch or cloud them.
- KNOW YOUR METALS
You should know what you are wearing, every metal is different, and need a different form of cleaning and polish.
Our products are coated with Rhodium, is a silver-white metallic element that is highly reflective and resistant to corrosion. It is considered the rarest and most valuable precious metal in the world well above gold or silver.
You can clean copper jewelry with household items.
Cut a lemon in half and gently rub it on the jewelry in a circular motion and rinse with tap water after few minutes or you can also use vinegar.
How to avoid the damaging of gemstones?
Some gemstones are naturally fragile and they don’t need any sort of cleaning or specific care even if you’re wearing them every day but in general if you want to prevent them from losing their shine and grace.
- Avoid chlorine
- Home cleaning products e.g.: bleaches and other cleaning chemicals
Avoid wearing your precious gemstones if you’re swimming or playing any sport. Because the chances of ruining your gemstone are more under such conditions. Use jewelry pouches that are specially designed for this purpose. Store each piece of gemstone jewelry separately in its own storage pouch to prevent excessive tarnishing.