How to care for your jewelry？
We pride ourselves on working with the good quality materials to create fine jewelry that last a lifetime. Our jewelry is designed with a timeless appeal meant to be passed down as heirlooms.
Aside from their sentimental value, fine jewelry and engagement rings are precious investment pieces that require special care and protection. Here are a few tips from our team, to ensure that your jewelry maintains its brilliance and shine, for years to come
If you wear your jewelry every day, we recommend that you opt for occasional cleaning, as dust, pollution and daily wear can impact the sparkle of your diamond and the longevity of the piece. Here are the different ways that you can properly clean your jewelry:
Ingredients: 1 tsp of dishwashing soap, 1 cup of warm water, bowl or shallow dish
Steps: Mix dish soap into a cup of warm water until fully dissolved. Dip your jewelry in the solution and use a soft cloth (or soft bristle toothbrush) to gently scrub clean. Rinse with clean water and let dry on a clean, soft cloth.
Ingredients: 3 drops of lemon essential oil, ½ cup of white vinegar, small bowl or shallow dish
Steps: Mix lemon essential oil with white vinegar in a small bowl. Add jewelry and soak for approximately 5 minutes. If needed, wipe with a soft cloth to loosen the dirt. Rinse with water and dry on a clean, soft cloth.
Please take your jewelry to the Store to wash your jewelry by ultrasonic machine, it will send sound waves through a cleaning solution to remove serious dirt and grime.
We suggest looking into the re-polishing/plating of your jewelry once every 3-5 years. Be sure to have all prongs checked and stones tightened after each polishing.
When you’re not wearing your jewelry, it’s important to keep it in a safe and protected place. Here are some of our recommendations on how to store your jewelry:
Diamond is the hardest material on earth; however, they are not indestructible and other diamonds can cause scratches when they are in contact with each other. Make sure to store each piece separately, or within individual protective cases to prevent tangling and scratching.
Try to keep your jewelry away from intense heat, ideally at room temperature.
To keep your jewelry protected from external damage, we advise that you take it off during the following activities:
Remove your jewelry before bed as certain pieces have chains that may twist, kink or tangle.
Harsh chemicals can break down the molecular structure of gold so make sure to take off your jewelry before entering the pool.
It is also important to remember that cooler temperatures can cause fingers to shrink after a prolonged period of time. Be mindful of your rings as they could easily slip off.
Although you can wear your ring during your everyday self-care routine, it is advised that you take them off if you’re using any harsh chemicals or soaps. If your jewelry is left on, be mindful of any residue left behind, make sure to rinse it with water and use a soft cloth to dry it gently and thoroughly.
Sweating won’t impact your jewelry but it does expose it to your body’s natural oils. We suggest either taking off your jewelry before hitting the gym or to clean it from time to time to fight those oils and to maintain their brilliance.
It is important to keep an eye out for activities that could be potentially harmful to your jewelry, especially household chores like gardening and washing the dishes that often involve contact with certain jewelry pieces like engagement rings and bracelets.