Jewellery Care

Plain Silver:

It is best to clean Silver with a Silver cloth.


Matt Silver:

It is best to clean Matt silver with a Silver cloth.


Oxidized silver:

It is best to clean Oxidized silver with a Silver cloth.

(do not use silver dip as this will remove the oxidization)


Electroformed Silver:

To be treated with care.

It is best to clean Electroform silver with a Silver cloth or silver foam.

(do not use silver dip as this silver is hollow and it’s hard to remove the solution from inside)


Enamel:

To be treated with care.

It is best to clean Enamel with a silver cloth or warm soapy water.

It is important to note that direct exposure to perfume, perspiration, body cream and some cosmetics can cause damage to enamel.


Gold Plate:

To be treated with care.

It is best to gently clean Gold plate with a soft cloth or use warm soapy water.

It is important to note that direct exposure to perfume, perspiration, body cream and some cosmetics can cause damage.


Resin:

It is best to clean Resin with warm soapy water and a silver cloth on the silver parts.

It is important to note that direct exposure to perfume, perspiration, body cream and some cosmetics can cause damage to resin.


Pearls:

It is best to clean with soft cloth or warm soapy water. A pearl cleaner can also be used.

It is important to note that direct exposure to perfume, perspiration, body cream and some cosmetics can cause damage to pearls.


Stone-set Jewellery:

It is best to clean with warm soapy water or silver spray.

It is important to understand that jewellery is delicate and needs to be taken care of.

Note that direct exposure to salt water, chlorine, detergent, perfume, cosmetic, perspiration and harsh elements over a period of time will damage your jewellery.

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