Jewelry Care Guide


The jewelry pieces most special to us are the ones we wear and care for often. Regardless of whether your jewelry piece is an everyday essential or only makes an appearance on special occasions, it will require some level of care to maintain luster and shine.

The best way to keep your pieces looking great long term is through proactive care and maintenance. Folks are often surprised by just how simple proper jewelry care can be. Jewelry is always happiest when kept cool, dry, and is handled gently.

Consistent and frequent jewelry care is vital to prolonging its wear and maintaining its sheen. In order to tarnish, jewelry must come into contact with liquid and moisture. As such, general tarnish caused by wear isn't considered a fault.

how to care for your jewelry

1. In order to avoid discoloring and premature wear and tear, it’s important to keep jewelry away from water, lotion, perfume and any other miscellaneous liquids. 

2. We recommend adding your jewelry as a last step – after skin care, moisturizers, cosmetics, and hair products – in order to avoid any sneaky residue getting on your pieces.

3. Although we know you’ll love your pieces and want to take them with you everywhere, it'd be a good idea to remove your jewelry before swimming, exercising and showering.

4. When taking your jewelry on and off, avoid excessive pulling, twisting, or tugging. Additionally, knocking or dropping your jewelry onto hard surfaces is a major no-no, as far as long term care is concerned.

5. We recommend storing your jewelry in a cool, dry space, away from excessive or direct sunlight.

how to clean your jewelry

1. Use of standard, chemical free polishing cloths will do the trick to clean your jewelry and help reduce the appearance of tarnishing, as well as bring back some shine.

2. We highly recommend wiping your jewelry to take off any residual moisture after a day of wear. 

3. Avoid using rough, scratchy or abrasive fabrics to clean your pieces.

4. Avoid using harsh liquids of any kind.

how to store your jewelry

1. We recommend storing your jewelry in a cool, dry place in order to avoid excessive tarnishing caused by exposure to moisture.

2. As such, avoid storing your jewelry on or near sources of heat or direct light.

3. To avoid bending or breaking, try not to leave your pieces tangled or in areas where they are susceptible to being stepped on or crushed under heavy items. 

4. When traveling with your jewelry, pack and store your pieces gently and carefully in a safe pouch or box of some kind.