Care Guide

Care for Sterling Silver

With time, your sterling silver jewelry may begin to tarnish.

Clean your sterling silver jewelry with a silver cleaning cloth or an old toothbrush with some whitening or baking soda based toothpaste.

If you wish to keep your sterling silver pieces look bright, please do not shower or swim wearing it on. Especially, chlorinated pools. Do not keep you jewelry exposed to high humidity.

Keep your Sterling silver jewelry clean and dry, in a box or a plastic bag without air exposure.

Oxidized Silver

Our oxidized jewelry is finished by polishing wax that will last long. Do not clean oxidized jewelry with any chemistry. Use soap and lukewarm water to clean it. For the oxidized sterling silver jewelry, it is recommended to remove pieces before bathing, washing hands, applying lotions to the skin.

Gem Stones

Soak gemstones in lukewarm water with a touch of gentle soap. If necessary, use a soft toothbrush to scrub behind the stone.

Rubies, sapphires and other single-crystal gems can be cleaned with a touch of ammonia in water to remove all films and to add extra sparkle.

Opaque gemstones like opals, lapis lazuli, and turquoise, as well as emeralds, require special care. These gem materials should just be wiped clean gently with a soft moist cloth

Pearls can be cleaned with a mild soap and water. If you put them on after applying makeup and perfume wipe pearls with a soft, lint-free cloth as soon as you take them off.