Product Care

Each piece of our jewelry is hand-made and therefore delicate. Please use appropriate care to enjoy our jewelry for a long time. The silver color of 925 sterling silver stays shiny and glamorous for many years, but with time, natural processes cause oxidization and tarnishing. The next few tips will help you to keep your silver's glow. 

 

General Silver

  • Clean Clean your silver jewelry with a cleaning cloth- using these cloths to clean silver once a week or so will keep sterling silver jewelry shining brightly. It should remove all dark stains and oxidization, however, if the piece of jewelry has an intentional dark definitions- using this cloth may remove it as well, use the cleaning cloth carefully.  Also Tarnish-removing cleaner can be used according to manufacturer's instructions for jewelry with a bright finish only.
  • Store  Store the jewelry in a box, close drawer or in a zip lock plastic bag (ziploc work great!), it will prevent the tarnishing and getting them scratched.  
  • Taking a shower  Taking a shower with your silver jewelry is allowed and even recommended. Water and soap will help keeping the silver clean. 
  • When doing cleaning chores and using cleaning products (for example doing the dishes), it is advisable taking off all jewelry. Chemicals in the cleaning product may harm the jewelry and will cause tarnishing.  
  • Entering to the sea or the pool with jewelry is not recommended, the chlorine and the salty water can damage the silver. 
  • Avoid any contact of silver with perfume, or lotions. 
  • During the summer silver jewelry will tarnish quicker then usual, causing by the oxidization it our sweat and the humidity in the air.   

 

Oxidized silver  

  • Clean  Do not use on oxidized jewelry as the cloth will rub off the black patina.  Be gentle when using the cloth — a soft rub goes a long way! Please do not use Tarnish-removing cleaner on jewelry with an antique finish and Oxidized silver .
  • Store   We also recommend that when you are not wearing your oxidized jewelry, to keep it in a box or bag, avoiding contact with other jewelry (especially those with unknown metals or alloys).
  • Taking a shower To help preserve the oxidation, it is recommended that you take your jewelry off when washing your hands, showering, bathing, swimming, etc.

 

Brushed silver and Matt finished silver  

  • Clean  The usual method of cleaning with a polishing cloth is not recommended, as it can eventually wear the texture away. To remove tarnish, scrub it gently with a toothbrush any white toothpaste or dipped in a little baking soda and water, rinse, and blot dry with a soft towel or cloth.
  • Store the jewelry in a box, close drawer or in a ziploc plastic bag, it will prevent the tarnishing and getting them scratched.  
  • Taking a shower with your silver jewelry is allowed and even recommended. Water and soap will help keeping the silver clean. 

 

Silver with Other material

  • Clean your silver jewelry with a cleaning cloth- using these cloths to clean silver once a week or so will keep sterling silver jewelry shining brightly. It should remove all dark stains and oxidization, however, if the piece of jewelry has an intentional dark definitions- using this cloth may remove it as well, use the cleaning cloth carefully.   PLEASE DO NOT USE Tarnish-removing cleaner on Silver with other material jewelry
  • Store the jewelry in a box, close drawer or in a ziploc plastic bag, it will prevent the tarnishing and getting them scratched.
  • Taking a shower Do not wear your jewelry while swimming or bathing or when exposed to extreme temperatures.

 

Gemstone

  • NEVER clean gemstones with anything other than warm soapy water. Jewelry that is damaged by improper cleaning is not returnable.