Jewelry Care

Our pieces are made out of 18k gold and rhodium silver. These metals will not oxidize or discolor with proper care.


All metals can be gently washed with warm water and mild soap. Make sure to rinse well. Dry completely with a soft, dry cloth. Once cleaned and dried, use the soft outer polishing cloth to restore shine.

  1. Place one piece of jewelry at a time in the warm water with mild soap up to two minutes. 
  2. Use a tooth brush to remove any buildup and reach small areas. 
  3.  Rinse the piece carefully with water. (Make sure your drain is closed prior to rinsing!) 
  4. Gently pat jewelry dry with a lint free cloth. 
  5. Once cleaned and dried, use the soft outer polishing cloth to restore shine.

- Go ahead, enjoy your shower!

Yes, you don’t need to remove your pieces before shower, just avoid harsh soaps.

- Storing your jewelry:

1. Keep It Dry: Moisture can tarnish metals and damage certain gemstones. Ensure your jewelry is dry before storing it.

2. Store Separately: To prevent scratching and tangling, store each piece of jewelry separately. You can use individual pouches, small jewelry boxes, compartments within a larger jewelry box or small ziplock bags or plastic containers to keep them separate and protected.

- Avoid Harsh Chemicals:

Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Keep your jewelry away from harsh chemicals, including household cleaners and perfumes. Chemicals can damage metals, gemstones, and pearls.

- Avoid Prolonged Exposure to Chlorine:

It's advisable to remove jewelry before swimming in pools, hot tubs, or spas that contain chlorine.

- Avoid Abrasive Materials:

Avoid Abrasive Materials: As previously mentioned, abrasive materials like terry cloth, bath towels, shirts, tissues, or paper towels can scratch and damage the surface of your jewelry, especially if it's made of softer metals or includes delicate gemstones. Instead, use a soft, lint-free cloth designed for jewelry cleaning.