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Jewelry care


Proper care and maintenance of your jewelry can ensure its longevity and keep it looking as brilliant as the day you bought it. Here are some essential tips for cleaning and storing your jewelry, tailored to different types of materials.

Cleaning Gold Jewelry
  • Mild Soap Solution: Mix a bit of mild dish soap with warm water. Soak your gold jewelry for about 15 minutes.

  • Soft Brush: Gently scrub the jewelry with a soft-bristle brush, such as a toothbrush, to remove residue and buildup.

  • Rinse and Dry: Rinse your gold pieces under warm running water, then dry thoroughly with a soft cloth, avoiding fibrous materials that might snag.


Cleaning Silver Jewelry
  • Silver Polish: Use a quality silver polish to restore the luster and remove tarnish. Apply the polish with a soft cloth, following the manufacturer's instructions.

  • Baking Soda and Aluminum Foil Method: For heavily tarnished items, line a bowl with aluminum foil, fill it with hot water, and add baking soda (one tablespoon per cup of water). Soak the silver for a few minutes, then rinse and dry.

  • Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Silver is delicate; avoid bleach and ammonia, which can damage it.


Cleaning Gemstones
  • Individual Care: Each type of gemstone may require specific care. Diamonds, sapphires, and rubies can be cleaned with mild soap and water, but softer stones like opal or pearl need a gentler approach.

  • Avoid Soaking: Many gemstones are treated or have natural properties that are sensitive to water. Instead of soaking, wipe gently with a damp cloth.

  • Professional Cleaning: For high-value pieces or intricate settings, consider a professional cleaning to avoid damage.


Cleaning Pearls


  • Wipe After Wear: Pearls absorb substances such as sweat and perfume, which can dull their luster. Gently wipe pearls with a soft cloth after wearing.

  • Never Soak: Never soak pearls in water or cleaning solution. Water can weaken the silk thread used to string them.

  • Special Pearl Cleaner: Use a cleaner specifically designed for pearls or just a damp cloth.​

Storing Your Jewelry


  • Keep Dry: Store your jewelry in a dry place, away from humidity. Moisture can accelerate tarnish on metals and damage sensitive stones.

  • Separate Storage: Use a jewelry box with dividers or individual soft pouches to prevent pieces from scratching each other.

  • Avoid Light and Heat: Direct sunlight and high temperatures can fade gemstones and warp metals.



Taking the time to care for your jewelry will ensure that each piece remains a treasured part of your collection for years to come. If you’re ever unsure about the best way to care for a specific piece of jewelry, don’t hesitate to contact us for personalized advice.

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