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Care Advice 

Product Care Advice by material: 

925 sterling silver

925 sterling silver consists of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, typically copper.

Maintenance Tips:

  1. Avoid Chemicals: Keep silver away from perfumes, lotions, and hair sprays to prevent discoloration.

  2. Regular Cleaning: Use a soft cloth or a silver polishing cloth to remove tarnish and dirt. Gentle soap and warm water can also be used.

  3. Avoid Harsh Cleaners: Do not use abrasive materials or harsh chemicals which can scratch or damage the silver.

  4. Heavy Tarnish: For heavily tarnished pieces, use a silver dip or polish specifically designed for silver.

  5. Anti-Tarnish Measures: Consider anti-tarnish strips or pouches to minimize tarnishing.

Cleaning Instructions:

  1. Mix warm water with mild dish soap.

  2. Soak the jewelry for a few minutes.

  3. Gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush or cloth.

  4. Rinse thoroughly with water.

  5. Dry with a soft cloth to remove excess moisture.


  • Avoid hot water which can warp the silver.

  • Do not use abrasive materials like steel wool.

  • Avoid bleach and harsh chemicals.

  • Ultrasonic cleaners can damage gemstones set in silver.

  • Do not soak silver for extended periods.

Storage: Keep your silver jewelry in a cool, dry place, such as a jewelry box or pouch, to prevent tarnishing.


Stainless Steel Jewelry

Known to be strong, durable, and hypoallergenic. Resistant to tarnish, rust, and discoloration. Ideal for everyday wear.

Maintenance Tips:

  1. Remove During Activities: Avoid wearing stainless steel jewelry during activities that could pull or catch on it, such as sleeping or sports.

  2. Daily Wear: It's sturdy enough for daily use, but consider removing it before washing dishes to prevent minor damage.

Cleaning Instructions:

  1. Regular Cleaning: Wipe with a soft cloth every few months to maintain shine.

  2. Wet Jewelry: Rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly if it gets wet.

  3. Deep Cleaning: For heavily soiled items, use mild soap and a soft toothbrush, then rinse and dry completely.


  • Keep jewelry in a soft cloth bag to prevent dust and grime accumulation.

Rhodium plating, Zinc alloy, 14k real gold plating: 

1.Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

  • Keep jewelry away from household cleaners, bleach, chlorine, and perfumes.

  • Remove jewelry before using cosmetics or lotions.

2.Gentle Cleaning:

  • Clean with a soft, lint-free cloth or a jewelry polishing cloth.

  • Use mild soap and warm water if deeper cleaning is necessary, and gently rub with a soft cloth or a very soft toothbrush.

  • Avoid abrasive cleaners and brushes that can scratch the rhodium layer.


  • Store in a dry, cool place, ideally in a soft cloth bag or a jewelry box with compartments to prevent scratching.

  • Keep pieces separate to avoid friction between items.

4.Avoid Physical Impact:

  • Remove rhodium-plated jewelry before engaging in activities that could cause physical wear or damage, such as sports or heavy work.

5.Limit Exposure to Water:

  • Remove jewelry before swimming, bathing, or doing dishes to prevent the rhodium plating from wearing off more quickly. 

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