A ring, bracelet or a necklace can add gravitas to an outfit in a way that a piece of clothing rarely can. But the best thing about jewellery is its longevity and that you can pass it down to the next generation
In order to keep your jewellery shiny for the next generation, there is a lot of things you can do to take care of your jewelry. Below we will give you guidance on how we take care of our jewelry.
- Avoid direct contact with water and chemical products
- Avoid swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna/steam room
- Avoid sleep with jewelry
- Avoid scratching and rubbing, please store each item individually
- Do not bend and pull chains, bangles or rings.
925 sterling silver is a quite soft metal and are easily exposed to collisions with other surfaces which creates dents and small scratches. Over time, the surface of the ring will become "softer" and the small scratches become less visible. Scratches and small dents are not considered a defect, but just a sign of normal wear and tear.
Natural stones are have different patterns and unique looks and might break or chip if they collide with a hard surface
Gold plated jewellery offers a budget-friendly option to buying pure gold jewelry. It gives you the look and the style without the high price tag that comes. Gold plated jewelry will tarnish over time, where solid gold items will not tarnish. Tarnish on gold plated jewelry are not considered a defect, but just a sign of normal wear and tear.
All items are treated with anti-tarnish treatment but silver might tarnish (oxidize) over time. But you can always polish your silver jewellery. Silver polish can be bought at any goldsmith.
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