How to look after your jewellery

  • Our jewellery is made from silver, brass and natural stones and minerals. These raw minerals can therefore be delicate and even subject to breaking which is why we recommend looking after them in the appropriate way, and encourage this as much as possible in order to maintain a pristine condition as long as is possible.
  • Natural minerals and stones, and the delicate necklaces on which they lay, are most at risk from mechanical damage. Try not to wear the jewellery when carrying out physical tasks such as exercise, work around the house and also while sleeping.
  • Keep your jewellery away in a safe place, in airtight packaging where possible, in order for the jewellery to keep on to its sheen and shine for as long as possible. We particularly recommend small transparent foil bags with an airtight seal.
  • Take care, to regularly wipe and clean your jewellery from dust and other types of dirt with a cloth. In the case of serious dirtying, cleaning should be carried out by a jeweller. Remember also, that the jewellery should be repeatedly given a professional make over renovation every once in a while.
  • Avoid contact with water for your jewellery, with perfumes also, other cosmetics and other chemical substances, since they may cause tinting and even damaging and cracks.
  • Remember, that a natural quality of brass is a gradual change of colour from an intensive state to a darker shade during its lifespan, and oxidisation of silver and meteorite and such changes do not form a basis for guarantee or fixing of jewellery. This changes are reversible in most of the cases - please contact us if you would like to renovate your jewellery.


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