jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off

It’s important to keep your jewelry dry whenever possible. When you’re not wearing your jewelry, keep it in a safe place away from too much air exposure, direct light, and moisture.

 

Store like metals together - silver with silver, gold with gold - otherwise you’ll increase the likeliness that your jewelry will tarnish.

  • simple warm water and mild soap will remove most dirt and oils.

  • for quick polishing jobs - I highly recommend buying a polishing cloth. otherwise you can try using a DIY cleaner like mixing one part baking soda and two parts water into a paste and applying it to your silver jewelry with a toothbrush.

  • patinated designs should only be cleaned with non-abrasive cleaners. exposure to abrasive materials will remove any patination on your piece.

  • ensure your piece is completely dry before storing it in the package that it came in.​

  • silver is especially susceptible to damage by chlorine so avoid swimming and working with bleach.


  • keep your jewellery away from drastic temperature changes and high humidity areas such as bathrooms.

  • do not use a polishing cloth on your plated jewelry - as it will strip the plating.

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