B E D T I M E
Is best to remove all your jewellery before going to bed. Skin natural oils can tarnish jewellery.
B E A U T Y P R O D U C T S
Chemicals used in skin, hair products and perfumes can cause tarnishing and discolouration. We recommend you to apply any beauty products and sun creams before putting your jewellery on.
E X E R C I S E
Perspiration and impact can damage jewellery, so we recommend you remove your jewellery before exercising, cleaning, or gardening.
S W I M M I N G & S P A S
Chemicals found in swimming pools cause tarnishing. Similarly, minerals and salt found in rivers and the sea can damage jewellery, so we advise to remove any jewellery before swimming. Dampness can also damage jewellery so avoid entering saunas with jewellery on.
K E E P S A K E
Keep jewellery safe in the fabric pouches; this
will protect them from dust and damage. All our jewellery come with cotton drawstring bags. Keep more delicate pieces in jewellery boxes, this will offer extra protection.
S E P A R
A T E
Different raw materials and/or gemstones have different hardness and can scratch each other if stored together. To
separate pieces, you can use cotton muslin fabric or acid-free tissue paper.
T E M P E R A T U R E & E N V I R O N M E N T
Jewellery should be stored
away from direct sunlight and extremes of heat or cold. Avoid storing jewellery next to heating vents, windowsills or in the bathroom. Damp and hot conditions will cause tarnishing.
C L E A N
I N G & P O S L I S H I N G
Clean your jewellery gently to remove any oils, dust or contamination. The best way to do so is with a soft, non-abrasive and lint-free cloth.
You could also use a mild washing up liquid with warm water and a soft toothbrush, then rinse with clean water and pat dry with a soft cloth.
P O L I S H E R S & C L E A N
E R S
Avoid using jewellery cleaners and polishing clothes as these contain harsh chemicals and can damage jewellery overtime. You can get better results by using natural methods.