Jewellery Care

Tips on Caring for Jewellery
Caring For Your Diamond

Diamonds are remarkably durable, resist scratching (except by other diamonds) and maintain their brilliance over time. But diamonds aren’t indestructible. They can be chipped by a sharp blow, become loose or lost in a weakened setting, or be damaged by contact with other diamonds. Wear diamond jewelry with care.

  • Store it in padded boxes or soft bags separate from other jewellery.
  • Keep your Jewellery in a Clean, Dry and Airtight Box. Wipe it using a Soft Cloth Regularly.
  • Touch Diamond jewellery gently and with care though diamond is not easy to break, the prong holding diamond may get broken.
  • Protect your Jewellery from Sharp Blows, Scratches and Extreme Temperatures.
  • Avoid Contact with Perfumes, Sprays, Chemicals and Water.
  • Avoid wearing jewellery when using household cleansers.
  • Diamonds should be cleaned periodically so that the maximum amount of light can enter and return in a fiery brilliance.
  • Clean your jewelry by wiping it with a lint-free cloth or with warm water, mild soap and a soft toothbrush, or by dipping it briefly in a commercial cleaning solution.
  • Have your diamond jewelry periodically cleaned and its setting examined by a professional jeweler to maintain its beauty and integrity over time.
How to Clean Gold Jewellery

A simple soap and water solution is all you need to clean plain gold necklaces, bracelets, earrings, bangles, and other ornaments. Cleaning your plain gold jewellery with soap water rids it of accumulated dirt and oils. This method is one of the fastest ways to restore your gold jewellery’s shine without any hassles.

How to Care & Clean Gem stone Jewellery

Be Careful with light and Heat. Extreme exposure to light and heat may damage or darken delicate gemstones Excessive heat and sudden temperature changes may also fracture some gems. Heat can easily remove the natural moisture these gems need to keep their beauty. Pearls, for instance, can dry out, crack and discolor. Opals can turn white or brown, develop tiny cracks, and might lose their play-of-color.

Soft gems, such as pearls, on the other hand, can easily scratch. Use a new, clean makeup brush and warm, soapy water to softly clean them. Lay a strand of pearls on a towel to dry. The wet silk thread can stretch − and attract dirt so don’t touch your strand until it is completely dry. Pearls worn often should be restrung once a year.

Pearls and opals draw moisture from the air, so storing your opal or pearl jewelry in a dry area, such as a safe deposit box, can sometimes do more harm than good.

Although you can use mild soap water solution and a soft brush but do not soak jewellery crafted with gemstone like Ruby, Emerald and other precious and semi-precious stone in water. Soaking it can trap water in the setting and make it rust or discolor over time. Instead, rinse it and use a very soft toothbrush, perhaps a baby toothbrush to clean it. Before washing, check your ornament and ensure that it doesn’t have any loose stones. After washing, let it dry completely before storing. You should make sure that the water is not hot, especially if your jewellery contains organic gemstones like pearl and coral.

Do visit your trusted jewellery or retail store for machine cleaning.