Jewellery Care

Proper care and maintenance of your jewellery can ensure that it lasts for a long time and continues to look its best. Here are some guidelines to follow:

  1. Store your jewellery in a dry and clean place, away from sunlight and heat sources. Exposure to moisture, light, and high temperatures can cause damage or discoloration to some metals and stones.

  2. Avoid wearing your jewellery when engaging in activities that can damage it, such as swimming, gardening, or sports.

  3. Remove your jewellery before showering, applying makeup, or using any chemicals such as perfumes, lotions, or hair products. These substances can tarnish or corrode certain materials and cause discoloration.

  4. Clean your jewellery regularly using a soft cloth or a mild soap solution. For delicate pieces, use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a special jewellery cleaning cloth. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that can scratch or damage the surface.

  5. Check your jewellery regularly for signs of wear and tear, such as loose stones, broken clasps, or stretched-out chains.

  6. When traveling with your jewellery, pack it carefully in a padded container or a travel case to prevent damage during transit.

By following these guidelines and taking proper care of your jewellery, you can enjoy your favourite pieces for years to come.

Jewellery is prone to discoloration over time due to various factors, such as exposure to moisture, chemicals, and air. Delicate metals like silver and gold can fade due to a natural process called oxidation, despite our best efforts. It's important to note that plating rubbing off naturally occurs with wear and tear and is not considered a manufacturing fault.