How to Care for Plated Jewellery 

General Care Instructions

Since the precious metal layer is very thin it requires delicate handling, friction between your skin and the plated jewellery can slowly rub off the plating. Also, exposure to water, sweat, soap, perfume and other chemicals can cause the plating to fade. To take care of plated jewellery, you should:

  1. Avoid any contact with alcohol, cosmetics, perfumes and creams or any other chemical or aggressive liquids. If the jewellery does get wet, wipe it immediately with a soft cloth.

  2. Avoid getting the jewellery wet with your sweat. Remove the jewellery when you are going to engage in some strenuous physical activity.

  3. Remove the plated jewellery when you sleep at night to reduce contact with bare skin.

  4. When not in use we raccomend to store the jewellery in its protective bag or packaging. Store the jewellery in a dry place. Also, it is best to store the plated jewellery separate from other plated jewellery (either you keep them in individual pouches or separate them in the jewellery box). Do not store or keep several plated jewellery in a single bin. Several plated jewellery in a single bin will rub or scratch against each other and will cause the plating to fade faster.

  5. If you need to clean your plated Jewelry you can wipe it gently using a clean and natural soft cloth.

How to care for Gold and Diamonds

Mix a small amount of mild dish detergent with warm water in a bowl. Put the jewellery into the bowl and let sit for a few minutes. Use a soft toothbrush to gently scrub the jewellery. Remove item from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. 

You can also use a polishing cloth for extra shine and to remove any tarnish. 

You can also bring your diamond rings to a reputable jeweller and ask if they can put your piece in their ultrasonic cleanser.

How to care for Pearls

Pearls need proper care to last many lifetimes. Pearl experts say: put them on last and take them off first. Pearls are more vulnerable to the chemicals found in cosmetics, hair spray, and perfume. And pearls do not like chlorine - neither in swimming pools or even regular showers. Do all your primping before you put your pearls on.

Pearls should only be cleaned with a soft cloth moistened with water.