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Acrylic and resin jewellery


Solvents can damage acrylic and resin, so please keep your jewellery away from perfume, insect repellent, aerosols, hair spray. Acrylic jewellery can be washed in warm soapy water then dry gently with a lint free cloth.

 


Pearls


Pearls are sensitive to acids, dryness and humidity. Avoid chemicals; apply cosmetics and perfume before wearing pearl jewellery. After wearing pearls, wipe them with a dry lint-free cloth.If you wear your pearls often have them restrung regularly. It is advisable to re-string as soon as the thread discolours, stretches or frays.

 


Rhodium plating

All jewellery with rhodium plating will wear after time. Do not put in contact with coins, keys or other hard objects or it will scratch.


 

Diamond & precious stones

Diamonds are the hardest natural material however they can still crack, chip or even shatter. Precious stones can also be damaged and extra special care must be taken with stones like Emerald, Aquamarine, Pearls, Tanzanite and Turquoise. Avoid wearing during sports, washing dishes or activities where the ring would be liable to receiving knocks. Creams, dirt and grease will affect the brilliance of your diamonds and stones. To remove these, use warm soapy water and soft toothbrush; gently brush around the whole stone.


 

Oxidised (blackened silver)

To keep clean, use a silver cloth, then polish with a clean cloth. Do not use silver dip on oxidised pieces as this will take away the blackened detail. 

 

General

It is recommended that when not being worn each piece of jewellery (especially pearls & acrylic/resin) should be stored in it’s own bag or original box to minimise scratching.