Gold and silver care


Gold

With careful and proper care your jewellery will be able to follow you throughout life and even go from one generation to another.

Fine jewellery adorned with brilliant cut diamonds, precious stones or pearls should be examined once a year. It might be difficult to spot with the naked eye, but a piece of jewellery can have been exposed to light blows or wear that may constitute a risk of stones becoming loose or even lost.

Please note that rings are more exposed than other pieces of jewellery. In the course of a day, the hands are in close contact with several hard objects.

We recommend that gold jewellery with diamonds, be cleaned frequently using jewellery care products without abrasive. Otherwise, you can use dish soap, a toothbrush, warm water, and a soft cloth. These are ways to go about cleaning fine jewellery without any risk of damage. Please avoid chlorine and bleaches.

Silver

We want your jewellery to stay beautiful and shiney. Below is some advice to follow on how to care for your jewellery.

Your new jewellery is made of 925 sterling silver and plated with 14-carat gold or rhodium. All jewellery will in time become worn and the plating will wear off.

Therefore, we recommend that you always make sure to take it off before house and garden work as well as when swimming or bathing. Be aware that creams and parfumes can damage the plating.

The jewellery will react to air, oxygen and moisture and over time become dark, this is inevitable as it is a natural process.

The durability of jewellery depends on your pH value, which is different from person to person, which affects its aging.

We recommend that you clean your plated silver jewellery with silver care products without abrasives. Otherwise, you can use dish soap, a toothbrush, warm water and a soft cloth.

Damages caused by misuse of the jewellery as well as wear and tear are not covered by the warranty.