• Your jewelry needs care to stay the way it was when you bought it. Daily use, air pollution and dust affect the glow of your jewelery and gemstones.
  • Avoid keeping all of your jewelry together in a box as they are likely to be engraved or tangled with each other. Especially jewels bearing precious stones.
  • The direct contact of your jewels, their precious and semi-precious stones with colognes, lacquers, body creams, any other chemical, and the sun can affect the metal and alter their color and shine. Most stones can be freshened with warm water, soap and a soft brush (toothbrush). Be careful not to leave any residue of soap. Gems should never be cleaned on a Ultrasonic device.
  • Pearls are a living organism and are very sensitive to chemicals such as colognes, lacquers, etc. Each time you take out your pearls, clean them with a cloth and let them dry before putting them in their box or pouch. Ideal for a velvet or silk case for storage. Do not leave them for a long time in an enclosed space or near a heat source due to their build-up may dehydrate or lose their color and shine. Pearl necklaces need to be checked and thread replaced every 3 to 5 years depending on their use.
  • Always check your jewelery for any damage. On necklaces and bracelets, check their snaps from time to time for any alterations. In jewels with precious stones check the bindings of the stones. The stones in the rings are nailed and have been tested by an experienced craftsman to produce them. However, caution is needed, because in a possible hit on some surface there is a chance of leaving some stone.
  • To refresh your silver jewelery (not gold plated), leave it for a long time in a pot of water and baking soda that you have covered internally with foil. when they return to their color, wipe them with a soft cloth. The result will surprise you and the most important thing is that you will have done it without having used a chemical ingredient!

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