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  • First of all, do not assume that all items of jewellery tolerate the same level of tear and wear and that all jewellery can be treated the same.

  • Protect your jewellery by keeping each jewellery piece in its presentation box.

  • Your jewellery should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off when getting dressed.

  • Avoid contact with alcohol-based products, such as perfume, hairspray or sunscreen.

  • Remove your jewellery before you exercise, swim, shower or wash your hands as chlorinated, salt, soapy and fresh water may damage jewellery by dulling, discolouring and eroding them, or leaving a thin dulling film on them.

  • Always carry with you a jewellery box in which you can place your jewellery piece against misuse, accidents and excessive wear coming from the activities mentioned above.

  • Keep your jewellery away from moisture, intense heat and extreme temperatures.

  • Gold jewellery tends to oxidize over time. If your jewellery is tarnished or slightly oxidized, simply clean it in pure lukewarm water and then, gently rub dry with a soft cloth. We recommend that drying should take place immediately to avoid that calcar and any minerals in water leave traces on the jewellery. You can also polish it with a soft piece of wash leather.

  • Do not use a liquid jewellery-dip to clean your piece. These products can cause lasting damage to metal and stones.

  • Do not use alcohol-based products to disinfect gold earrings.

  • Avoid hitting your jewellery on anything or manoeuvring keys with your jewellery on, as this may lead to marks, scratches and metal deformations. We recommend that you use your hand without jewellery to search for keys and other objects in your pockets or purses.


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