Jewelry Care

    • Avoid impacts on hard surfaces during sports, doing manual tasks and handeling keys or other metal objects.
    • Stay away from abrasive surfaces.
    • Shield jewelry from harsh chemicals like chlorine and bleach.
    • Limit exposure to extreme temperatures, perfumes, cosmetics, and household chemicals.
  1. Gold and Recycled Sterling Silver:
    • Use warm soapy water and a soft toothbrush for cleaning.
    • Avoid jewelry cleaning chemicals and ultrasonic cleaners.
    • Solid gold 14k and 18k is suitable for everyday wear.
    • Recycled Sterling Silver benefits from everyday wear, as body chemistry prevents tarnishing.
  1. Diamonds and Sapphires:
    • Stones are set with care, but it's advised to check the setting yearly.
    • Diamonds and sapphires are hard gemstones resistant to scratching.
  1. Pearl Care:
    • Pearls are delicate and can scratch with regular wear.
    • Store pearls in a soft pouch to protect them from other jewelry pieces or hard stones.
    • Clean occasionally with a soft toothbrush and mild liquid soap, avoiding acid-based cleaners.
  1. Vitreous Enamel Care:
    • Vitreous enamel is glass fused to the metal's surface at high temperatures. 
    • Store in a soft pouch or box to prevent scratching and breaking.