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Gold – the undisputed champion of heirloom jewelry. It's the stuff that dreams are made of, and we want to help you keep it shining bright for years to come.

Now, let's get real – even though gold is pretty tough, it's not invincible. Scratching and denting can happen, and exposure to harsh materials and cleaning solutions can cause it to lose its luster. So if you're planning on scrubbing the house down, it's best to take your gold off first!

But don't worry – taking care of your gold jewelry is easy with the right tools. For a deep clean, we recommend using a specialist jewelry cloth that hasn't been treated with any harsh chemicals. Or, if you don't have one of those handy, a good quality microfiber cloth will do the trick.

Our sterling silver jewelry is stamped with "925" to indicate it's an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. Rhodium-plated chains are also available.

To keep your silver pieces looking their best, avoid exposing them to sweat, water, and excess personal products. Use a silver cloth to gently polish away tarnishing, and store your jewelry in a dry place to prevent environmental damage.

Take care of your heirloom silver pieces, and they'll sparkle for a lifetime.

Brass is the golden child of jewelry, with a shine as bright as its expensive counterpart. But just like gold, it needs some love to stay dazzling.

While we adore the patina on our brass rings, you might notice some oxidation and green tinge on your skin after wearing it for a while. No worries, it's just a natural reaction to your skin's PH level and will disappear in no time.

To keep your brass or bronze jewelry shining, avoid wearing it in wet environments like the shower, hot tub, sauna, or pool. And when it needs a little pick-me-up, simply polish it with a cloth to restore its gleam.

Very porous in nature, and will turn greenish as it ages due to the interaction of your skin oils. This is natural. Avoid oil, or oil-based substances. They will change the colour of your natural turquoise stone. Turquoise has a great affinity for oils or grease; it absorbs like a sponge, so we don’t advise wearing lotion or using chemicals with your turquoise jewelry.

It’s safe to clean turquoise jewelry with a clean soft cotton cloth, free of cleaning agents. Dampen the cloth with warm water only, rub very lightly then dry your jewelry with a clean soft cotton dry cloth, gently dabbing any excess water from the turquoise.

Sapphires and diamonds are some of the most popular gemstones for their beauty and durability. However, like all precious stones, they require proper care to maintain their luster and brilliance. Here are some tips for caring for your sapphire and diamond jewelry:

Avoid wearing your sapphire and diamond jewelry during activities that could cause damage, such as exercising or doing household chores.

Store your sapphire and diamond jewelry separately from other jewelry to avoid scratches and damage.

To clean your sapphire and diamond jewelry, use a soft-bristled brush and warm soapy water. Be sure to rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.

Do not expose your sapphire and diamond jewelry to harsh chemicals, such as chlorine or bleach, as this can damage the stones.

Have your sapphire and diamond jewelry inspected by a professional jeweler regularly to ensure that the stones are secure and free from damage.

By following these care tips, you can help ensure that your sapphire and diamond jewelry stays beautiful and sparkling for years to come.

Opal and moonstone are delicate gemstones that require special care to maintain their beauty. These stones are highly porous and may discolor or become damaged with exposure to certain substances.

Both opal and moonstone are highly sensitive to temperature changes and can crack or shatter if exposed to extreme temperatures.

To clean opal or moonstone jewelry, use a clean, soft cloth and warm water only. Avoid using any harsh chemicals or cleaning agents that can damage the stone. Be sure to dry the jewelry thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth, being careful not to rub the stone too hard.

Opal and moonstone should also be kept away from lotions, oils, and any other substances that can be absorbed by the porous stone. To keep your opal or moonstone jewelry looking its best, handle it with care and store it properly when not in use.