Exposure to water, perfume, hairspray, lotion and other similar elements is not recommended and can change the appearance of natural stones and finishes. Always put your jewelry on after hair and makeup to avoid ruining your treasures.
Jewelry should not be worn in the shower, the pool, the spa, or to the gym. Remove your jewelry before washing the dishes or other regrettably necessary tasks.
Clean your jewelry with care. Use a soft cloth and avoid tissue or paper towels as these can scratch. We find regular maintenance with a professional cloth, or a slightly damp soft rag, keeps most of our jewelry fresh. The various components of your jewelry will dictate what chemical methods are safe for you to use if you require a more thorough cleaning.
When not worn, keep each piece separate to avoid tangling and damage.