All stones are natural and often have small differences in color, size and cut and they can slightly alter the appearance of the jewel.
Store your pieces separately, it will avoid pieces knocking together.
Use individual plastic bags or cloth pouches.
Don’t leave your jewelry in a bathroom for a long time.
Avoid contact with household chemicals, lotions, cosmetics, and hair spray.
Take off your jewelry before swimming, strenuous activities, or going into a hot tub or swimming pool.
Saltwater, chlorine, and sweat can damage your jewelry and erode the gemstones’ finish and polish.
All gold jewelry and most precious gemstones can be cleaned with warm water, mild dish soap (no detergents), and a soft brush.
Don’t use toothpaste, baking soda, and abrasives.
Rinse your jewelry in warm water, let it dry completely, and buff with a soft, dry, lint-free cloth.
If needed visit a local jeweler once a year for a professional cleaning with ultrasonic.
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