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Jewelry Care Guide


Gold Vermeil 

Gold vermeil jewelry, crafted by plating a layer of gold over a sterling silver base, offers a luxurious look without the hefty price tag. However, due to its delicate nature, proper care is essential to maintain its luster and integrity over time. To extend the life of your gold vermeil pieces, follow the simple care instructions below.

Remove Before Washing Hands and Showering

It's best to remove your gold vermeil jewelry before washing your hands or showering. Chemicals commonly found in water, such as chlorine and mineral deposits, can expedite the tarnishing process and affect the appearance of the gold plating over time.

Avoid Exposure to Harsh Chemicals

Remove your gold vermeil jewelry before engaging in activities that involve harsh chemicals such as household cleaners, alcohol, hand sanitizers, perfumes, hairsprays, and cosmetics. These substances can tarnish or damage the gold plating.

Remove Jewelry Before Physical Activities

Consider removing your jewelry before engaging in strenuous activities to minimize exposure to sweat which can be corrosive and may expedite the tarnishing process of gold vermeil jewelry. It's also advisable to remove your gold vermeil jewelry before engaging in physical activities such as exercising, sports, or heavy lifting. The impact and movement associated with these activities can potentially cause the jewelry to bend, warp, or snag on clothing, leading to damage to the piece or loosening of delicate prongs holding gemstones.

Handle with Care

Avoid dropping or knocking your jewelry against hard surfaces, as this can cause chips, cracks, or other damage.

Gentle Cleaning

Clean gently with a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Avoid using abrasive materials or harsh cleaners that may scratch or dull the surface.

Properly Store When Not Worn

Store your gold vermeil pieces in a soft pouch or a jewelry box with compartments when not being worn. Proper storage prevents tangling, scratching, and exposure to air and moisture, which can accelerate tarnishing. Avoid storing your jewelry in humid areas or under direct sunlight, as excessive moisture and heat can also affect its condition over time.

Solid Gold Jewelry

Solid gold is a precious metal known for its timeless beauty, but it's also inherently soft, making it susceptible to scratches, dings, and dents. Follow the steps below for proper care and maintenance which are essential to ensure your solid gold jewelry retains its exquisite beauty for years to come.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals

While solid gold is relatively resistant to tarnishing and corrosion, it's still essential to avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals that can dull its shine or damage its surface. Remove your solid gold jewelry before swimming in chlorinated pools, using household cleaners, or applying beauty products like hairspray and perfume.

Wear with Caution

While solid gold is durable, it is not indestructible. Avoid wearing your jewelry during activities that may subject it to excessive wear and tear, such as sports or heavy lifting. Remove your jewelry before engaging in rigorous activities to prevent damage.

Regular Cleaning

To keep your solid gold jewelry looking its best, clean it regularly with a soft cloth or a jewelry polishing cloth. Gently wipe away any dirt, oils, or residues that may accumulate from daily wear. For deeper cleaning, soak your jewelry in warm water with mild soap, then gently scrub with a soft-bristled brush. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry with a clean cloth.

Professional Maintenance

Periodically, have your solid gold jewelry inspected by a professional jeweler to check for loose settings, worn prongs, or signs of damage. Professional cleaning and polishing can restore the brilliance of your jewelry and ensure its longevity.

Gemstone Care

Gemstone care is essential for maintaining the beauty and longevity of your precious jewelry pieces. Each gemstone possesses unique characteristics and properties that require specific attention and maintenance to ensure they retain their brilliance and allure over time. Whether you're a passionate enthusiast or someone who values sentimental treasures, adopting proper gemstone care practices will help safeguard the beauty and integrity of your beloved pieces for years to come.


Now, let's delve into some specific gemstones that require special care to maintain their luster and allure.


  • Pearls: Pearls are delicate and porous, so avoid exposing them to water, perfume, and cosmetics. Wipe pearls gently with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and oils. Store pearls separately from other jewelry to prevent scratching.
  • Opals: Opals are sensitive to changes in temperature and humidity, so avoid exposing them to extreme heat or cold. Keep opals away from water and harsh chemicals, as they can cause discoloration and damage.
  • Turquoise: Turquoise is porous and can absorb oils and liquids, leading to discoloration. Avoid exposing turquoise jewelry to water, perfume, and lotions. Clean turquoise gently with a soft, damp cloth.
  • Sun-Sensitive Stones: Some gemstones, such as amethyst and citrine, may fade or change color when exposed to prolonged sunlight or heat. Store these stones away from direct sunlight when not wearing them.

    By following these care guidelines, you can help protect and preserve the beauty of your gemstone jewelry for years to come. If you have any questions about caring for specific gemstones, feel free to email us at



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