Care of your Jewelry
We consider jewelry to be one of our most personal and precious possessions. Knowing how to care for your jewelry will make a big difference in the maintenance and longevity of each piece. We use high quality 925 silver, 10-14 karat gold and gold plating in our designs. As all pieces are produced by hand, there will be slight variations in texture and color, making them unique and more personal to each customer. Take the time to put a little more care into the life of your jewelry.
HOW TO POLISH YOUR 10-14K GOLD PIECES
Gold plated jewelry can be polished with warm, not hot, soapy water and a soft cloth. Letting the piece soak in warm water before cleaning can also help remove dirt. Be sure to dry your jewelry well after cleaning it, as moisture is your jewelry's worst enemy.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR GOLD PLATED PIECES
Gold plated jewelry has a layer of gold over the sterling silver, 3 microns in our case, so when rubbed from natural wear, the base silver metal is revealed. To increase the longevity of your siding, follow the following guide:
- Please store your jewelry separately in a small sealable plastic bag and then put it in the original box or dust bag to avoid damage . Never mix your parts when they are stored.
- Plated jewelry should never get wet. That means you should remove your jewelry when showering, exercising, swimming, and even sleeping. Sweat, moisture, soaps, and friction will cause the plating to fade more quickly. So next time you wash your hands, remember to take off your rings.
- Your PH will affect the longevity of plated products. In case you're wondering, pH refers to your body's acidity levels.
- Parts will need to be replated from time to time to maintain their original appearance. Tarnishing or wear of plates is not a production fault, it is a natural part of the wear and tear that occurs naturally when used.
HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR 925 SILVER PIECES
925 silver pieces are the easiest to keep shiny, all you need is a polishing cloth and you're done. Always remember that 925 silver jewelry is still susceptible to chemicals, pH, and humidity in the environment.