We believe that taking proper care of your jewelry makes all the difference in maintaining its shimmer

and glow, which is why we have the following basic jewelry care instructions to help you do just that.


There are several things that should be avoided when interacting with the jewelry. For instance, some everyday chemical combinations can be harsh on gold and silver so its is important to steer clear of them.

Remove Jewelry During Everyday Tasks

 Cleaning products and Cosmetics can affect the surface of the bracelets, necklaces taking away from their natural gleam. Due to the exposure to chemicals, it best to remove your jewelry when cleaning, gardening, applying lotions, hairspray, perfume and makeup that way you are limiting the exposure to any potential damage.

Do not wear jewelry in Swimming pools and spas

The chlorine in the water can react with the metals found in jewelry and can affect the color and even cause structural damage.

Remove your jewelry when changing clothes or sleeping because it can cling the fabric and possibly break or rip. You should also remove any jewelry you have on during contact sports, because hard hits can damage jewelry also, hurt you and the people involved.


Good silver will eventually tarnish, so to save time on extensive cleaning in the future, it is best to take care of it in the present.

Use Jewelry Cleaning /Polishing Cloths Regularly. We recommend that you remove any light tarnish that appears or fingerprints with a professional cloth. Using a paper towel or tissue is no recommended because the fibers that exist in these products that cause scratching.

Use Warm Water to Clean To remove oils, dirt or fingerprints, add a small quantity of mild liquid soap to half a cup of warm water, soak the piece for 2-3 minutes and cleanse properly with clean water. Dry completely

For more stubborn tarnish use baking soda, salt, aluminum foil and boiling water. You can take advantage of a simple chemical reaction to clean your silver. All you will need is baking soda, salt and aluminum foil.

Line a glass roasting pan or the kitchen sink with aluminum foil, dull side facing down. Then pour boiling water over the pieces and cover them. Pour 2 tablespoon of baking soda and salt. Stir the solution to allow the baking soda to dissolve. The reaction causes the tarnish to transfer to the foil and in about 5-10 minutes the tarnish magically disappear from the jewelry. Rinse the jewelry with clean water, then dry and buff with a soft cloth.