Jewelry Care 

The Basics

1. We recommend taking off your jewelry when swimming, gardening, doing physical sport such as weight lifting. 


2. Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals, lotions and perfumes. 


3. Store your jewelry separate from each other. Diamonds can scratch softer coloured gemstones and pearls.jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first.


4. jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first.

  

How to take care of your engagement ring

Fine gold has a distinct beauty and it is simple to care for. Although it doesn’t tarnish, it can get dirty from the oils in the skin, body lotions and perfume. Restore the shine by placing your ring in the soapy water for 10 minutes, to break down grime and oil. with a soft toothbrush gently clean off any film and debris and hard to reach places. Use a lint-free soft cloth, If you let it air dry instead, you may notice water stains on your diamond.


Your engagement ring is designed for daily wear, that means that it would need a little bit more attention. We recommend having your engagement ring inspected every 6-12 months to make sure the prongs are still tight and secure due to normal wear.If you're planning to take your jewelry to a different jeweller please make sure to read our warranty policies before.We also highly recommend insuring your engagement ring. although its sentimental value can’t be replaced. But you can be eligible for the full financial investment should your ring ever be lost, stolen or damaged

Silver Jewelry 

When it comes into contact with oxygen or sulphur, silver tarnishes quite quickly. Fortunately, often wearing your silver jewellery is the best measure to prevent this. The skin's oils help to prevent tarnishing. (This varies depending on your own body chemistry.) Use an airtight plastic bag (like a Ziploc) to hold your silver jewellery or, if possible, place it in a piece of chalk or silica gel.


We recommend bringing back the shine of silver jewelry by using a soft polishing cloth. Placing your ring in the soapy water for 10 minutes to break down grime and oil. with a soft toothbrush gently clean off any film and debris and hard to reach places. Be gentle, Sterling silver is a rather soft metal that, if rubbed too briskly, can be scratched. 


Brass & Bronze


Depending on the chemistry of the body, brass may darken with wear. Try to avoid getting your brass jewellery wet if you don't like the dark patina. there  A commercial brass cleaner that you can purchase such as such as "JAX" will restore the original shine of your piece. a surprising way to clean bronze would be by using a  Non-Gel Toothpaste, simply put some toothpaste onto a soft bristled toothbrush and apply all over your brass jewelry, rubbing softly as you do.

Peals Opals and other delicate gemstones

These beautiful gemstones are relatively delicate stones. for example, Opals are 5.5 - 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, while diamonds are a 10 that makes them more vulnerable to chemicals such as hair spray, hair colouring, and fragrance and even chlorine-in pools or even regular showers. It is also best not to expose them to extreme temperature change like humanity and wearing them in a heated sauna.Pearls should ONLY be cleaned with a soft cloth moistened with water. You use a little bit of fragrance-free soap.



Jewelry Care 

The Basics 


1. We recommend taking off your jewelry when swimming, gardening, doing physical sport such as weight lifting.


 2. Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals, lotions and perfumes. 


 3. Store your jewelry separate from each other. Diamonds can scratch softer coloured gemstones and pearls.jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first. 


 4. jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first.

The Basics

1. We recommend taking off your jewelry when swimming, gardening, doing physical sport such as weight lifting. 


2. Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals, lotions and perfumes. 


3. Store your jewelry separate from each other. Diamonds can scratch softer coloured gemstones and pearls.jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first.


4. jewelry should always be put on last and taken off first.

  

How to take care of your engagement ring

Fine gold has a distinct beauty and it is simple to care for. Although it doesn’t tarnish, it can get dirty from the oils in the skin, body lotions and perfume. Restore the shine by placing your ring in the soapy water for 10 minutes, to break down grime and oil. with a soft toothbrush gently clean off any film and debris and hard to reach places. Use a lint-free soft cloth, If you let it air dry instead, you may notice water stains on your diamond.


Your engagement ring is designed for daily wear, that means that it would need a little bit more attention. We recommend having your engagement ring inspected every 6-12 months to make sure the prongs are still tight and secure due to normal wear.If you're planning to take your jewelry to a different jeweller please make sure to read our warranty policies before.We also highly recommend insuring your engagement ring. although its sentimental value can’t be replaced. But you can be eligible for the full financial investment should your ring ever be lost, stolen or damaged.

Silver Jewelry 

When it comes into contact with oxygen or sulphur, silver tarnishes quite quickly. Fortunately, often wearing your silver jewellery is the best measure to prevent this. The skin's oils help to prevent tarnishing. (This varies depending on your own body chemistry.) Use an airtight plastic bag (like a Ziploc) to hold your silver jewellery or, if possible, place it in a piece of chalk or silica gel.


We recommend bringing back the shine of silver jewelry by using a soft polishing cloth. Placing your ring in the soapy water for 10 minutes to break down grime and oil. with a soft toothbrush gently clean off any film and debris and hard to reach places. Be gentle, Sterling silver is a rather soft metal that, if rubbed too briskly, can be scratched. 


Brass & Bronze


Depending on the chemistry of the body, brass may darken with wear. Try to avoid getting your brass jewellery wet if you don't like the dark patina. there  A commercial brass cleaner that you can purchase such as such as "JAX" will restore the original shine of your piece. a surprising way to clean bronze would be by using a  Non-Gel Toothpaste, simply put some toothpaste onto a soft bristled toothbrush and apply all over your brass jewelry, rubbing softly as you do.

Peals Opals and other delicate gemstones

These beautiful gemstones are relatively delicate stones. for example, Opals are 5.5 - 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, while diamonds are a 10 that makes them more vulnerable to chemicals such as hair spray, hair colouring, and fragrance and even chlorine-in pools or even regular showers. It is also best not to expose them to extreme temperature change like humanity and wearing them in a heated sauna.Pearls should ONLY be cleaned with a soft cloth moistened with water. You use a little bit of fragrance-free soap.

Peals Opals 


and other delicate gemstonesThese beautiful gemstones are relatively delicate stones. for example, Opals are 5.5 - 6.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, while diamonds are a 10 that makes them more vulnerable to chemicals such as hair spray, hair colouring, and fragrance and even chlorine-in pools or even regular showers. It is also best not to expose them to extreme temperature change like humanity and wearing them in a heated sauna.Pearls should ONLY be cleaned with a soft cloth moistened with water. You use a little bit of fragrance-free soap.