Jewelry is a timeless investment, and so caring for your pieces will help ensure their luster and longevity. We make our best to select the pieces which withstand real life, and with proper jewelry cleaning, they will continue to shine!
Diamonds are one of the hardest natural substances found on earth. To care for diamonds, use warm water, detergent-free soap and a soft-bristled brush, rinsing the diamond and setting afterward to ensure there is no residue.
Do not use steam or ultrasonic cleaners, as this can cause damage. Store your diamond jewelry in a safe, dry place when not worn.
Solid Gold, Gold Filled & Rolled Gold
Solid gold is a precious metal that will not tarnish or fade with time.
Gold Filled jewelry, on the other hand, is created by pressure bonding an actual layer of gold to another metal. Although a gold filled piece of jewelry is not solid gold, it has the same desirable properties and look of solid gold. Only in rare instances of extreme sulfide exposure, gold filled jewelry can tarnish.
Rolled Gold and Gold Filled jewelry are constructed in the same way except that gold-filled jewelry has a higher gold content. Rolled gold jewelry, too, live for decades.
To maintain the shine of your jewelry piece that is solid gold, rolled gold or gold filled, scrub it lightly with a soft-bristled brush using warm water and detergent-free soap. Then, buff gently with a clean cloth. Store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.
Gold Vermeil and Gold Plated
Gold plated jewelry has a layer of gold coat on top of another metal such as brass. Gold vermeil, however, involves a thicker plating layer of gold over silver to give it more durability.
Both gold plated and gold vermeil jewelry need care to preserve the plating coat and its brightness. We recommend you remove them before participating any physical activity to avoid being exposed to perspiration or salt water. Apply perfumes, creams and hair care products before wearing your plated jewelry pieces.
For cleaning, pour a small amount of mild soap into lukewarm water and use a small, very soft toothbrush to clean your jewelry. Store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure. Use a protective (lined) box, a tarnish-resistant pouch or a plastic zip lock bag made of polyethylene.
925 Sterling Silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. 999 on the other hand is what's known as fine silver, 99.9% pure silver.
Sterling silver jewelry will oxidize when exposed to some elements, so remove your silver jewelry before exercising, washing your hands or showering. If your sterling silver jewelry have become dull, a silver-polishing cloth is a great tool to make it shine again. However, it will not remove scratches.
Store in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.
Titanium is a lightweight, highly corrosion-resistant and durable material. When properly cared for, titanium will maintain its appearance for a lifetime. To care for titanium jewelry, clean your titanium jewelry with warm water, detergent-free soap and a soft cloth. Ultrasonic cleaners are also safe to use on titanium jewelry.
Since titanium is a natural element, it’s best to remove your jewelry when handling harsh chemicals such as chlorine or cleaning products to reduce daily abrasions and prolong the polish.
Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls grown in oysters or mollusks. Pearls are sensitive so don't forget to treat them with love.
Avoid direct contact with chemicals found in perfume or other cosmetics. To help do so, make sure they are the last thing you put on before going out and the first thing you take off when you come home.
Natural gemstones are minerals, stones, or organic matters cut and polished or treated for use as jewelry. To keep gemstones clean and shiny, scrub lightly with a soft-bristled brush, warm water and detergent-free soap. Avoid chemicals or excessive temperatures when cleaning. Store in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.
It is important to remember that gemstones are alive, and absorb energy that needs to be cleaned, cleared, and recharged so that you can reap the full benefits of the stones.
If you have a piece of pure natural gemstone with no metals used, it's important to put it in the sun for a few hours. The sun will recharge the crystals and gemstones to perfection. This method works with all stones except Amethyst. Also, putting your gemstones under a New Moon over night will open the way for new beginnings.
Enameling is a technique in which a glossy substance, traditionally a type of glass, is applied to the surface of metal or another hard surface.
To clean your enamel jewelry, use warm soapy water and a soft cloth. This material can be damaged if exposed to a direct flame or harsh chemicals, such as perfume and nail polish remover.
Ceramics are an incredibly durable material made by taking mixtures of clay, earthen elements, powders and water—and shaping them into desired forms.
For longevity, clean your ceramic jewelry with warm soapy water and a soft cloth. Please know that this material can be damaged if exposed to a direct flame or harsh chemicals, such as perfume and nail polish remover. Ceramic may also scratch, so treat your pieces with care.