Do bring your jewelry in for a professional spa treatment every 6 months. At home cleanings just don’t give your jewelry the same shine as a professional cleaning. During the spa treatment, we will inspect your jewelry for loose or missing stones
Do have your stones professionally inspected every 6 months to make sure they are secure. Everyday wear and tear on your jewelry is inevitable. Prongs are especially susceptible to getting bumped or caught on objects or clothing compromising the security of your precious stones. If you feel or see a loose stone, you should bring the piece to your jeweler for repair.
Do use a damp microfiber cloth to clean pearls and leather, as they are organic products and need more delicate care than harder metals. Do not let pearls come in contact with cosmetics, creams, perfumes, hairspray or other chemicals as they will discolor the pearls.
Do place your jewelry in the same place each and every time your remove it, and you will never lose it. Be sure to keep it out of direct sunlight.
Do use Windex to remove your rings if they are too tight. If this happens often, they should be resized.
Do enjoy wearing your jewelry often. Pearls and diamonds aren’t just for special occasions. They look great with jeans too.
Don’t use chemicals and abrasives to clean your jewelry. Toothpaste, baking soda or other abrasives are not jewelry friendly and will scratch your jewelry.
Don’t boil your jewelry in water. The outcome is not pretty especially if you forget about it and let the water evaporate. We’ve seen this happen!
Don’t place multiple pieces of jewelry together in the cleaning solution as they can scratch each other.
Don’t wear your jewelry to bed. You will save a lot of money on repairing it! Also, swelling is very common during sleep, and could cause discomfort and make it