Jewellery Care

How to Take Care of Your Jewellery

 

Earrings and Hoops:

Don’t wear them in bed as they can tarnish quicker

Don’t wear them in the shower or get them wet as it’ll tarnish them quicker

- Avoid spraying perfume or other chemicals on them as it can tarnish them

 

Necklaces:

Don’t wear them to bed as they can tarnish quicker or get damaged

Most necklaces are designed to be worn out and then taken off, rather than worn all day and night as they have a higher chance of getting damaged. We do have some necklaces in our stainless steel chain so they have a lower chance of getting broken

Don’t wear them in the shower or get them wet as it’ll tarnish them quicker

- Avoid spraying perfume or other chemicals on them as it can tarnish them

Rings:

Stainless Steel and Titanium:

All of our rings that are made of stainless steel or titanium will not turn your finger green and won’t tarnish. How good is that! That means you can wear your stainless steel and titanium rings in water 🤩

Rhodium Plated:

Rhodium is similar to stainless steel as it doesn’t tarnish! A few of our rings are rhodium plated. This is good, although the rhodium plating can eventually rub off after a while of wearing it (about a year) so we don’t recommend wearing it in water just in case. But if you get it wet once, don’t stress 😅

925 Sterling Silver:

Our sterling silver rings are 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of other alloyed metals. Sometimes the 7.5% of the ring composition can turn part of your finger green if the rings is constantly wet. Although, this is not common and purely depends on your skin. Overall, I would not recommend wearing your 925 sterling rings in water to prolong its life and prevent discolouration.

14Kt gold plated:

These are very similar to 925 sterling silver items as it is a composition made of gold and alloyed metals. We recommend you don’t wear it in water to prolong its life and prevent discolouration.

Brass with Gold IP:

If brass has contact with water or sweat, it is likely to turn your finger green and tarnish. Our brass rings are plated with gold IP. Gold IP is a plating method that prolongs the life of our rings! The plating usually lasts 1-2 years before rubbing off and exposing the brass underneath. We recommend you keep minimal contact with water and these rings.

If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to send us a message!