Jewellery Care

Jewellery Care Recommendations

To safeguard your precious jewellery, follow these guidelines:

- Store each piece individually to prevent scratching.
- Use the original box or jewellery pouch to avoid metal or stone abrasion.
- Keep jewellery in a dry, low-humidity environment.

Chain Necklaces and Bracelets:
- Fasten the jewellery before storing to prevent knots.

Avoid Exposure:
- Remove jewellery during showering, bathing, beach visits, sea swims, and in chlorinated water.
- Refrain from wearing jewelry during exercise, gardening, or activities that expose it to repeated knocking or scratching.

Stone Settings:
- Periodically check stone settings for wear or damage to prevent stones from becoming loose.

Prolonging Jewellery Condition:
- Regularly clean jewellery with professional products.
- Schedule professional cleaning and servicing every 6 months to a year.

18ct Gold:
- Store gold away from other pieces to prevent scratches.
- Keep gold away from harsh chemicals to avoid discolouration.
- Use polishing cloths or professional polishing services to maintain lustre.

Care for Precious Stones:
- Protect delicate stones from chemicals in nail polish remover, perfume, or hairspray.
- Avoid contact with household chemicals during chores.
- Remove jewellery or wear gloves when necessary.

- Clean diamonds with a small amount of liquid soap in hot water.
- Dry with a lint-free cloth to restore shine.

Sapphires & Rubies:
- Clean with warm soapy water and a soft brush.
- Avoid harsh contact when worn.

- Clean with warm water and soap.
- Polish with a lint-free cloth; avoid steam or cleaning solutions.

Porous Gemstones:
- Avoid staining porous stones like Amber, Turquoise, Opals, and Pearls with face creams or household chemicals.
- Use a dry lint-free cloth to remove dirt; avoid water and submersion.
- Ultrasonic and steam cleaning are not recommended for porous stones.

Remember, proper care ensures your jewellery remains as stunning as the day you acquired it.