Product Care Guide

Every love story needs tenderness and care to stand the test of time. 

Jewellery is by nature delicate. Show your treasured pieces some love and it will reward you with its pleasures longer.

Everyday care


* Store your precious pieces in a jewellery box.

* Never force or pull chains. When in storage, arrange chains in loop shapes to avoid damage.

* After each use, gently wipe every piece with a soft cloth to remove any make-up residue or oils from your skin. Go easy – excessive polishing might rub off the plating. 

* Never wear jewellery in a swimming pool, sauna or steam room.

* Don’t sleep with your jewellery on.

Water and chemical interactions

* Water as well as chemicals found in everyday products can damage the surface. Always take jewellery off before washing your hands, bathing, showering or doing household work.

* Add your jewellery as the last step of your beauty routine. Hairspray, perfume, soap, make-up, oils and lotions can all dull the surface.


* Just like any other wardrobe item, jewellery needs maintenance to keep in mint condition. Check locks and clasps regularly. 

* It is natural for the layers of gold plating to gradually wear off, but by following our care tips you can halt the process. However, you might at some point want to get a new layer of gold plating. 


Get to know our materials

* Our collections consist of precious metals (sterling silver and gold) and non-precious metals (brass and base metal) and are gold plated. Be aware that metal may darken or tarnish with normal wear.

* Excessive light, heat or moisture compromises the quality of the gemstones and the plating of the metal. The colour of some gemstones may fade if constantly exposed to the sun. Avoid the risk of summertime sadness by saving your jewellery for evenings or the shade.

* Because most of the stones used in our collection are natural gemstones and seashell pearls, they will vary in shape, size and colour. Inclusions can be seen in natural stones and is a part of their beauty. 

* Pearls will loose their lustre in contact with degreasing products, like dish soap and perfumes. Pearls and most gemstones do not stand the force of cleaning agents or ultrasonic cleaners.

* Silver can become oxidized from natural salts and minerals from your skin, and therefore darken. Specialist jewellery shops sell a silver polish dip to solve the problem.