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Jewellery Care



GENERAL JEWELLERY CARE


To ensure your jewellery remains in pristine condition, store it separately (to avoid scratching) in an anti-tarnish pouch, keep away from heat and direct sunlight and care for it according to the instructions hereunder.



HOW TO CARE FOR SILVER


Like all jewellery, avoid wearing silver in chlorinated water. This will discolour it. Also make sure that silver is stored away from excessive light and air as these can further tarnish the jewellery. Keep the silver in a dark, cool and dry place and simply clean with a mild soap-and-water solution. Alternatively, a silver cleaner or soft felt cloth may be used, but tissue paper or paper towels will cause scratches.



HOW TO CARE FOR GOLD

 

Retaining the value and appearance of your gold jewellery is quite simple. Here are a few tips to help you do this: (1) because soap tends to cause a film that can make gold appear dull and dingy, its worthwhile removing your jewellery when you shower or bathe; (2) a soft jewellery polishing cloth with tarnish preventive will help you keep the gold pieces lustrous and shining.



HOW TO CARE FOR VERMEIL (GOLD-PLATED SILVER) 


Clean it with a soft 100% cotton cloth or cotton ball. Use soft strokes to polish the jewellery and never use cleaning or polishing agent on vermeil. 



HOW TO CARE FOR GEMSTONES 

 

The best piece of advice we can give you is to wipe your precious stone jewellery with a clean, soft damp cloth after wearing. This little habit will ensure that your jewellery is always looking its best. When your gemstone jewellery is not being worn, storage in a soft pouch is recommended. Avoid contact with salt water and harsh chemicals such as chlorine bleach or detergents, as these can cause damage. The chemicals erode the finish and polish of the gems leaving them dull. Hairspray, perfume and perspiration can also cause dullness if not regularly cleaned off.



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