Product Care Management

Gold Jewellery

Always store your gold jewellery in their original containers, soft pouches or cloth-lined jewellery boxes. 

Keep jewellery away from light and heat : The sun’s harmful rays, in time, can fade or damage some gemstones, such as amethyst, kunzite, topaz and shell cameos. Pearls and other delicate materials, such as ivory, will bleach under extreme exposure to light. Other gems, especially amber, can darken over time when exposed to too much light. Heat can also remove the natural moisture of gems, causing them to crack or discolour. Opals, especially, can turn white or brown, develop tiny cracks, and might lose their play-of-color.

Keep your jewellery away from chemicals : Exposure to chemicals can damage or discolour gold, silver and platinum, and may damage some colored gems. Even everyday substances like hairspray, lotion, perfume or other cosmetics can contain chemicals that will permanently damage the surface of your pearls and other delicate or porous gems (like turquoise). Always remove your jewellery before putting on lotions and cosmetics, getting into swimming pools or doing strenuous activities such as gardening and workouts.

Diamond Jewellery

Cleaning your diamond jewellery is a simple and straightforward task which you can do at home using regular, safe, household products. Create a warm, mild, soapy solution by mixing liquid soap, dish-washing liquid, or detergent with warm water. Do not use chlorine detergent. Soak your diamond in the solution.

If necessary, use a soft brush to clean small crevices. Do not use rough or metal bristles. Toothbrushes work the best.Rinse the diamond jewellery in warm water. You may place the ring in a strainer so as not to rop it. Use a clean, dry, lint-free cloth to dry your diamond jewellery.

Platinum Jewellery

Clean platinum in the same way you clean other fine jewellery to maintain its fine appearance and ensure that it lasts. Either use a mild solution of soap and warm water, and gently rub it with a soft cloth, or buy a jewellery cleaning solution.

Silver Products & Jewellery

As with all fine jewellery, it is important to treat your silver jewellery with care. Remove your silver jewellery when engaging in any activity that may cause scratching or chipping, such as gardening, painting, or outdoor sports. It is also recommended that you remove your silver jewellery when swimming or working with household chemicals such as ammonia or bleach as these chemicals can cause permanent damage. Silver jewellery should always be stored in soft, dry, individual pouches to keep it from scratching against other items.

To remove Tarnish, look for specially made Silver polishing products which are safe, simple, and inexpensive. We recommend that you clean your Silver jewelry regularly to prevent tarnish build-up and to keep your jewelry looking like new.