LEARN HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LOVED ONES
Because your sparkle is such an important piece of jewellery proper jewellery care should be top priority. Wear your jewellery with care. Store it in padded boxes or soft bags separate from other jewellery. We know you love your jewellery but don´t wear them when you´re doing rough work or going to the gym. Delicate jewellery might be dented if not handled with care.
WHITE AND COLOURED DIAMONDS CARE GUIDE
Diamond is the hardest natural substance on Earth. It can cut any kind of rock or metal, but only another diamond can cut a diamond. The diamond can still be scratched by other objects or damaged by chemicals. So how can you keep your diamond looking its very best? Here are some tips on keeping your diamond sparkling.
HANDLE YOUR DIAMOND SPARINGLY
Try not to touch the diamond. Diamonds are natural magnets for grease, so they’re not easy to keep clean. When a diamond is handled, the oils from your fingers adhere to the diamond’s surface and affect its brilliance and fire.
CLEAN YOUR DIAMOND REGULARLY
No matter what you do, your diamonds needs cleaning from time to time. A simple plan to keep your diamond jewelry looking beautiful is to soak it in a gentle degreasing solution, such as water with a few drops of mild dish soap, once or twice a week. After you remove the diamond from the cleaning solution, use a soft clean toothbrush to remove any remaining dirt. The toothbrush should be new and reserved exclusively for cleaning your jewelry. Use it to clean hard-to-reach places like the back of the diamond, which tends to collect the most oil and dirt. We recommend that you once a year take your wedding rings to an expert jeweler to get it properly steamed clean. Your white gold jewellery can look a bit worn with time and wear, but you can make it look brand new again by having it rhodium plated.
KEEP AWAY FROM CHEMICALS
Exposure to chemicals can damage or discolor precious metals as gold, silver and platinum and may harm some colored gemstones. Even everyday substances like hairspray, lotion, perfume or other cosmetics can contain chemicals that will permanently damage the surface of your gemstones. Fine jewellery should be removed before diving into a chlorinated swimming pool or before using household cleaners. Many of these cleaners contain ammoniak, which can be too harsh for delicate gems or vintage jewelry. Chlorine bleach, another common household solvent, can pit or damage gold alloys.
EMERALDS AND SAPPHIRES CARE GUIDE
Gemstones are sensitive so you need to take good care of them. Light and heat can damage the gems, over time they can also fade. Exposure to chemicals can damage both the gold and the gemstones. Even everyday substances like hairspray, lotion, perfume or other cosmetics can contain chemicals that will permanently damage the surface of your gems.
Using warm, soapy water coupled with gentle scrubbing is the safest way to clean emeralds.