All our items are made by hand and are checked before being put on sale. When using natural materials and being an artisan product, there may be small variations between the same article, being a guarantee of artisan product.
Taking good care of your jewelry will help you maintain its splendor, brightness and duration. Here are some useful tips on how to care for and keep your jewelry.
Your jewelry can lose its shine over time when exposed to the outdoors. The loss of brightness or tarnish is a natural process.
Our recommendation is that you remove any jewelry before going to sleep, shower or before participating in any physical activity. Exposure to certain chemicals or environments can compromise the integrity of your jewelry. This includes, but is not limited to: perspiration (sweat), perfumes / colognes, cleaning products, chlorine, salt water and silver brighteners, etc.
Cleaning your jewelry
Mix a little neutral soap with warm water and rub the item with a soft toothbrush. Toothbrushes are ideal for cleaning jewelry that has hard-to-reach corners. If the dirt persists, perform the same process in clean water. Important: the pieces bathed in gold require more care. Rubbing intensely can generate the loss of the bath, so it is important to do it subtly to avoid bath wear .
A specific cloth to polish silver is a great tool to make your jewelry shine again in case it has blackened over time.
We can not guarantee that the gold bath of our models will last forever. The pieces bathed in gold are, by default, more fragile and susceptible to losing color over time. The speed at which this color is disappearing depends on multiple factors such as the use of chemical products on the skin, the level of body sweating or even the same PH level of the skin of each person. For this reason, it is especially important to take proper care of your gold-plated jewelry.
In case your jewelry has lost the gold bath sooner than you expected, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our personalized gold bath service.