Jewelry Care


To preserve the brilliance of diamond jewelry, clean it regularly with a soft brush in a solution of mild detergent and warm water. Avoid exposing diamonds to harsh chemicals or extreme temperatures, and store them separately to
prevent scratching. Periodic professional cleanings and inspections are recommended to ensure the integrity of settings and prongs.


Maintain the luster of gold jewelry by avoiding exposure to chemicals, including household cleaners. Remove gold jewelry when engaging in activities that may cause abrasion or impact. Store gold pieces separately to prevent scratching, and clean them with a soft cloth regularly. Periodic professional polishing can restore the shine of your gold jewelry.


Silver jewelry may tarnish over time due to exposure to air and moisture. Use a soft cloth or silver polishing cloth to gently clean and remove tarnish. Store silver items in airtight containers to minimize exposure to the elements. Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, and household chemicals, as they can accelerate tarnishing.


Different gemstones have specific care requirements. Soft gemstones like opals and pearls should be protected from scratches and impacts. Clean colored gemstone jewelry with a mild, soapy solution and a soft brush. Avoid exposing gemstones to harsh chemicals or ultrasonic cleaners, as they can damage certain stones. Regular check-ups by a jeweler can ensure the security of settings.


Pearls are delicate and can be easily scratched. Avoid contact with abrasive materials and store pearls separately from other jewelry. Wipe them with a soft, damp cloth after wearing to remove natural oils. Keep pearls away from harsh chemicals, perfumes, and hairspray. Restringing pearls is recommended every few years, especially if they are worn regularly.


Moissanite is a durable gemstone, but it still requires care. Clean moissanite jewelry with mild soap and water, using a soft brush. Avoid exposing moissanite to harsh chemicals or abrasive materials. Although moissanite is resistant to scratching, it's best to store it separately to prevent potential damage. Routine check-ups with a jeweler can ensure that the settings are secure and the stone is in optimal condition.