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Crafted to last a lifetime.

However, with everyday wear, proper care is required to keep it flawless. The Jewellery care process can seem a bit confusing. Here are a few rules of thumb to keep your jewellery in a perfect condition:

Remove Jewellery During Tasks – when performing manual work or cleaning, remove your jewellery to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals, other fluids or substances.

Put Jewellery on After Applying Makeup – cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes, etc. can contain chemicals that might damage jewellery. Putting it after applying these products, will limit exposure to any potential damage.

Don't Wear Jewellery in Swimming Pools and Spas – chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewellery causing colour changes and even structural damage. As a result, it's best to remove jewellery before these procedures. 

Clean it with

Cleaning your jewellery regularly can keep it shining eternally, but be careful of what products you are using; you can either purchase cleaners from a jeweller or make a cleaning solution yourself with dish soap and water. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can destroy jewellery so avoid it at all costs.

Use Warm Water to Clean - using warm water is the best when cleaning your jewellery. Make sure it’s not too hot though; hot water can cause a reaction with the cleaning fluids, therefore resulting in discolouration. Sterling Silver is the most prone for this to happen. Should this occur, this problem can be solved by buffing and application of a tarnish remover.

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