Handle With Care

Our delicate jewelry is made with high quality materials and handcrafted to last for all of time. Due to the delicate nature, it should be handled with care. 

14k gold fill and sterling will never tarnish, rub off, or turn colors. Although it is tarnish-resistant, we do recommend removing your pieces in water to keep their shine. Personally, we wear our gold-fill and sterling silver jewelry everyday. Low matinence, but recommend cleaning your jewelry often to keep them shining and looking new. Please note chemicals in the swimming pools can oxidize these precious metals. 

How to care for 14K gold fill or .925 sterling silver  

Soak jewelry in warm soapy water for 10 minutes. Rinse and gently wipe with a soft cloth and it'll shine like new. It may be polished with a jewelry cleaner to bring out its natural shine. 

Store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure. Keep away from chemicals and perfume. We recommend removing all the beaded pearl necklaces before any water exposure such as swimming or showering since that care stretch the beading wire that it is strung on.

Note: If you are wearing your jewels in the shower, we recommend cleaning at least once a month. It may seem dull after a bit of wear, but a quick clean will brighten your piece up. 

How to care for gold vermeil

If you would like to clean your gold vermeil jewelry wash it with a small amount of gentle dish soap or non-chemical soap and warm water. Rinse it well and allow to dry on a cloth or paper towel.

Always remove gold vermeil jewelry before exercising, washing your hands or showering. Apply perfumes, creams and hair care products before wearing your gold vermeil pieces. 

How to care for freshwater pearls, natural stones, or glass beads

Avoid direct contact with chemicals found in perfume or other cosmetics.

Store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure. 

Freshwater pearls, natural stones, and glass beads are more delicate and should be handled with care.