Care for your jewelry
- Store your jewelry separately, in places with a soft, padded surface to prevent it from scratching or damaging.
- Avoid sleeping with the jewelry, use it when exercising or on occasions that may dent or damage the pieces.
- Avoid contact between several pieces so that the jewels do not scratch, do not damage, or do not have tangled strands.
- Avoid contact of your parts with any type of cleaning, hygiene, and beauty product, such as soaps, detergents, soaps, creams, moisturizers, bath oils, sunscreens, perfumes, lacquers, shampoos, and any volatile product, such as ammonia, alcohol, and acetone.
- Avoid getting your jewelry wet, whether in a shower, pool, or sea.
Silver is a noble metal that darkens over time. Darkening is a natural process called: oxidation of silver. Liquid Silver Cleaner is the most suitable product for periodic cleaning and is capable of removing deep oxidation of these metals. Dip the piece for 15 seconds in a container with the liquid, remove, wash well with a brush and detergent (gentle), and dry.
This product can only be used on crystalline stones and smooth pieces, so nothing to do the same with milky stones and aged pieces. There are also homemade options for polishing silver, such as toothpaste or making a paste of hot water and baking soda or Clean with a soft toothbrush, warm water, and mild soap. Add a small amount of mild soap in warm water, and use a soft toothbrush, brushing the jewelry gently with circular motions.
Rinse with clean water. Toothbrushes are ideal for cleaning jewelry with spiked patterns, which can be difficult to clean otherwise. If the dirt is difficult to remove, soak the jewel in the soapy water for 5 to 10 minutes. Dry the jewelry very well, use a dryer to ensure that the jewelry does not get wet.
18K GOLD PLATED SILVER
Follow the steps above to maintain the quality of 10 layers of 18k gold in the 925 silver of our jewelry. Sea, pool, heat, soaps, and sweat can damage the bath of your pieces, leaving them opaque or oxidized.
Because it is a noble metal, as rhodium belongs to the platinum family, it is widely used for finishing jewelry and guarantees protection, shine, beauty, and longevity of your jewelry.
After use, when storing your pearl jewelry, passes a clean flannel to remove traces of dust, as pollution brings particles that can stain the pearls. Only put the jewels after putting on makeup, as the pearls are porous and sensitive to the chemical components of the products.
Caring for creams and perfumes, we always advise you to spray away from your jewelry. Be careful with hand cream, wait for the skin to absorb it and only then add the rings or handle your other pearl jewelry.
- Jewels with colored pearls and gems cannot be wet, and their use should be avoided in environments such as the pool or the sea.
- Avoid contact between jewelry with colored pearls and gems with any type of cleaning, hygiene, and beauty product, such as soaps, detergents, soaps, creams, moisturizers, bath oils, sunscreens, perfumes, lacquers, shampoos, and any product volatile, such as ammonia, alcohol, and acetone.
- When handling pearl jewelry and colored gems, it is recommended to hold the piece of the metal.
- Jewels with colored pearls and gems must be kept in places with a soft surface, padded, and covered with 100% cotton fabric, avoiding contact with other pieces so that they are not damaged and/or scratched. Pearl jewelry should not be stored in packaging with synthetic fabrics and/or colored fabrics.