Add jewellery last when dressing
Store carefully to avoid tangling and scratching
Handle with care and patience
Check fasteners periodically for wear and tear
Wear when bathing
Wear in bed
Wear when exercising
Wear when doing housework, D.I.Y., Gardening etc
Allow direct contact with perfume, hairspray, body lotions, foundations etc.
Use abrasive cleaners on jewellery
Precious Metals - Sterling Silver
Sterling silver is one of the precious metals with a cool stylish look. It is also a natural characteristic of silver to tarnish. To remove the tarnish clean with a specialist cleaning cloth or fluid.
Precious Metals - Yellow Gold
Yellow gold is a precious metal with warmth and lustre. It can be kept clean and lustrous with a specialist cleaning cloth or fluid. Periodic specialist cleaning and polishing by your jeweller is also recommended.
Precious Metals - White Gold
White gold is a precious metal that is both beautiful and popular. The white lustre is enhanced by rhodium plating (rhodium is a member of the platinum family) which with general wear will fade over time. Therfore white gold requires a higher maintenance to retain its lustre. To restore the white lustre re-rhodium plating periodically is required. This specialist procedure can be carried out by your jeweller.
To keep this item in best condition when it is not being worn: store away from air, preferably in a plastic bag or wrapped in acid free tissue. Should a surface layer of tarnish appear, simply polish off using an ESSENTIAL polishing cloth. Perfume should not be sprayed directly onto sterling silver jewellery. Sterling silver jewellery should not be worn in chlorinated water.