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We believe jewelry is meant to be worn every day. Most of the jewelry we sell requires very little care. All of our designers only work with enduring materials, from precious metals to genuine gemstones. We have worked hard to build strong relationships with all of our designers so we can bring you beautiful, high quality materials for everyday wear.

We do recommend taking off your jewelry when swimming, doing contact sports, seriously messy cooking, gardening, and moving heavy objects. It depends on your lifestyle, your aesthetic preferences, and how often you lose things.

Keep your jewelry looking at its best with these helpful tips.

Materials

Our fine jewelry is made of solid gold. These metals will not oxidize or discolor with proper care.

Care

Mix a few drops of mild dish soap with warm water in a bowl. Soak the jewelry in the bowl for a minute and then use a soft toothbrush to scrub the jewelry. Remove jewelry from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth.

Gold Vermeil is a gold coating that is laid over the top of a sterling silver base. Our gold vermeil jewelry is made of materials as required by the Federal Trade Commission and provides long-lasting color and shine.

Care

To ensure the gold vermeil does not damage, avoid any contact with water, chlorine, bleach, and sweat. If exposed to any of the above, the gold vermeil will tarnish and turn silver. Use a soft damp cloth to gently clean it. Do not use chemical cleaners, as it is likely to strip the jewelry of its gold finish. When not worn, store your jewelry in a dry place to keep your gold vermeil looking beautiful and shiny.

Sterling silver jewelry is popular for its durability and beauty. Follow below practices to maintain the brilliant shine of your sterling silver jewelry.

Care

To ensure that sterling silver jewelry does not damage, avoid any contact with water, chlorine, and bleach. Use a soft cloth to clean your silver piece. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your sterling silver jewelry in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.

If you’re looking for something more versatile for different lifestyle and activities, gold filled jewelry is a great alternative to solid gold. Our gold filled jewelry is made of materials as required by the Federal Trade Commission. It will maintain its shine and will resist tarnish with proper care.

Care

To ensure that gold filled jewelry does not damage, avoid any contact with perfumes, makeup, and hair care products. Even some household items and foods that contain sulfur should be avoided as well. Use a soft cloth to clean your gold filled piece. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your gold filled jewelry in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.

You need gold plated jewelry in your collection if you want to have a couple of statement pieces that you can easily mix and match. Our gold dipped jewelry has a thick layer of gold and offers great option when you want to try new designs and different styles.

Care

To ensure that gold plated jewelry does not damage, avoid any contact with perfumes, makeup, and hair care products. Use a soft cloth to clean your gold plated piece. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your gold plated jewelry in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.

Caring for gemstones so they appear vibrant and shiny might seem like a challenge. But keeping your gemstones sparkling is actually easy when you know the right steps to take. Follow below practices to maintain the brilliant shine of your colored stone jewelry.

General Care

To ensure that gemstone does not damage, clean it with a warm soapy water and a soft toothbrush. Avoid any contact with perfumes, makeup, and hair care products. Use a soft cloth to clean your gemstone. For opals, use only a soft cloth to clean the surface of the stone and do not submerge them in liquids. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your gemstone in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.

The diamond stands out for its exceptional sparkle and its rareness. A truly timeless stone, the diamond never goes out of style. All of our designers source their glittering diamonds from the most trusted suppliers.

Care

Mix a few drops of mild dish soap with warm water in a bowl. Soak the jewelry in the bowl for a minute and then use a soft toothbrush to scrub the jewelry. Remove jewelry from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. You can also use an ultrasonic cleanser if you are very keen on keeping your diamond piece just-out-of-the-box sparkle. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your diamond jewelry in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.

Despite being vulnerable to alkaline, humidity, and acid, pearls are organic gemstones that love being worn. Pearls improve with wear, gaining luster from the natural oils in skin. So enjoy them frequently.

Care

To ensure that pearl does not damage, clean it with a soft cloth moistened with water and a little bit of ivory soap. To preserve your pearl’s radiance, avoid any contact with perfumes, makeup, and hair care products. To minimize scratches and nicks, store your freshwater pearl jewelry in a separate compartment in your jewelry box.