Caring for your jewellery
All fine jewellery should be handled with care.
Here are a few tips you should know to ensure longevity of your jewellery.
When performing manual tasks,
Remove your jewellery to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house, swimming, and showering. Although diamonds are hard minerals they can still be broken and scratched on hard surfaces.
Do not wear gemstone jewellery in situations where it may be exposed to rough surfaces, extreme temperatures, harsh chemicals, or severe impacts (gemstones can be delicate, ask your jeweler for more information on your specific type of stone).
Clean your jewellery
(including gold, silver, diamonds and gemstones) with warm soapy water and gentle brushing. Ultrasonic cleaners should only be used with caution on all jewellery, unless instructed by our jeweler. Avoid applying cosmetics, lotions or sprays with your jewellery on, as this can cause build up and make your jewellery appear dull.
Store your jewellery properly
if you are not wearing it. Jewellery should always be stored separated from each other to avoid scratching. Special care on storing your hallow jewellery is essential to avoid squishing, as hallow jewellery cannot be repaired.
When in doubt, get it checked
Regular inspection is necessary on your diamond and gemstone jewellery, if you notice a loose prong or other visible damages, bring it into us as soon as possible