How to Care For Your Jewellery



So you’ve got some shiny bling that needs a safe and stylish home? Don’t worry, We’ve got you covered. In this section, we’ll explore the best ways to store your precious jewellery and keep it looking fabulous for years to come. From care tips to clever storage solutions, get ready to become a pro at keeping your gems organized and protected. Let’s dive in!


How to take care of a dainty necklace?


Thin, delicate chains can get tangled into a knot, therefore it is better to hang them or put them in a special section of your jewellery box unfastened with the ends of the chain apart. Always store your pieces individually so that they don’t rub together, scratch or tangle!




Going swimming – No matter if you are going swimming in the sea or in a pool, leave the jewellery at home. Sweat, salt and chlorine water all damage the jewellery. Soap can also leave a film which makes the metal seem dull.
Putting on sunscreen – Applying sunscreen means that your jewellery will get at least one coat of it, which will kill its shine and make it dewy.
On direct sun – Exposure to the direct sun rays damages the jewellery, making it look bleached.
In cold water – Cold water makes the fingers shrink, which is the main reason why the rings slip off easily and get lost.
Doing gardening – Gardening, especially dirt and the rocks damage the jewellery. The abrasives will leave permanent damage.




These durable, yet delicate hoops require a gentle hand when opening and closing to ensure a long life span. Like all wonderful things in life there is a knack to operating this clicker mechanism. We advise that when you put them into your ear, rather than squeeze it shut, you need to gently close the hoop until you hear/feel the clicker click.

When worn with a charm, please ensure on removal of the hoop that the charm sits on the solid arc allowing you to easily unclick the mechanism.




The best jewellery cleaning methods involve warm water. As simple as that. Just soak the jewellery in hot water and dry with a soft cloth.

When in doubt, take it off. The swimming pool or the gym aren’t an ideal place for your jewellery. It is also a good habit to take off your jewellery at home. Avoid using ‘dip’ polish or abrasive jewellery cleaners as these contain harsh chemicals and can destroy your jewellery over time.

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