Jewelry Care

Sterling Silver & 14K Gold

Cleaning

Soak your jewelry in a bowl of lukewarm water mixed with a small amount of mild dish detergent. Leave it in the solution for 5-10 minutes. Brush gently with a toothbrush and pat dry or leave it on a towel to air dry.

 

Wearing 

  • Wear your sterling silver jewelry frequently to minimize tarnishing. Your skin's natural oil keeps your jewelry shiny and healthy. However, remember to wipe them with a lint-free cloth every week or clean them more thoroughly following the steps under "Cleaning".
  • Put on your jewelries after make-up and perfumes as the chemicals in these cosmetics can cause damage to your jewelries.
  • Remove your jewelries before entering swimming pools and spas. chlorinated water can cause colour changes even structural damage to your jewelries.

Storing

  • Clean your jewelry after each use with a lint-free cloth to remove any excess dirt, sweat or chemicals remained on the jewelry.
  • Store your jewelries in dark and dry condition.
  • Store your metal jewelries in separate jewelry pouches or mini ziplocs to avoid tarnishing and scratching.
  • Store your metal jewelries in a container with hard exterior but soft interior to avoid unwanted scratches and damages.
  • Store each type of jewelry separately to avoid scratches and tangling.

Gold Vermeil & Gold-plated

Cleaning

Soak your jewelry in a bowl of lukewarm water mixed with a small amount of mild dish detergent. Leave it in the solution for 5-10 minutes. Brush gently with a toothbrush and pat dry or leave it on a towel to air dry.

Wearing

  • Remove your jewelries before performing tasks such as kitchen-work, gardening, house-cleaning etc.
  • Remove your jewelries before doing sports. heavy sweat and physical collision may cause unexpected damage to your loved pieces.
  • Put on your jewelries after make-up and perfumes as the chemicals in these cosmetics can cause damage to your jewelries.
  • Remove your jewelries before entering swimming pools and spas. chlorinated water can cause colour changes even structural damage to your jewelries.

 

Storing

  • Clean your jewelry after each use with a lint-free cloth to remove any excess dirt, sweat or chemicals remained on the jewelry.
  • Store your jewelries in dark and dry condition.
  • Store your metal jewelries in separate jewelry pouches or mini ziplocs to avoid tarnishing and scratching.
  • Store your metal jewelries in a container with hard exterior but soft interior to avoid unwanted scratches and damages.
  • Store each type of jewelry separately to avoid scratches and tangling.