Jewellery must be properly cared against dust and pollution. Daily wear can cloud the brilliance of a gemstone and dull the surface of silver and gold plating. Some basic care can help preserve and protect your Jewellery for years to come.
Our craftsmen are knowledgeable and experienced in all aspects of Jewellery care.
From determining the best method for cleaning stones to restringing pearls to repairing clasps or earring backs, our Customer Service Department and Customer Service Associates can assist you. Most jewellery can be maintained with a non-abrasive jewellery cleaner. If worn often, pearls should be cleaned and restrung professionally once a year. Avoid exposing gold to household bleach which will quickly cause gold to disintegrate and discolor. Silver tarnishes rapidly when exposed to salt air and products containing sulphur, such as rubber gloves and certain papers. To remove tarnish, we recommend a non-abrasive silver polish. Storage is also important. At the time of purchase, all Jewellery is packaged in a protective air-tight box, case or tarnish-resistant pouch.
When Not In Use:
We recommend that you place your jewellery in its original casing provided.
Take care to protect your jewellery from impact against hard surfaces and avoid contact with abrasive surfaces. Many stones such as amethyst, emerald, pearl, peridot and tourmaline are all very delicate and easily bruised. Enameling can also chip or scratch when struck. Extreme temperatures, perfumes, cosmetics and household chemicals can also damage jewellery. We suggest that you avoid wearing your jewellery during any activity that would expose it to these risks.
Basic Jewelry Care
- Avoid from contact of Chemicals like Perfumes, Sprays, Water & Rain or any salt like water.
- Avoid humidity & humid weather as far as possible.
- Avoid using Cheap Velvet Boxes for Storing Jewellery.
- Keep Jewellery in Airtight Boxes with zero moisture inside.
- Wipe Jewellery with a soft cotton cloth.
- All these will definitely improve the overall life of the stones and the finishing.