Handle your jewelry with care. As a rule apply perfume and makeup before putting on jewelry as certain chemicals found in cosmetic products may discolor, stain or damage the piece.
Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight, artificial light, and moisture. Should your piece of jewelry come into contact with water, we recommend drying it carefully with an absorbent non-pilling cloth.
To preserve the shine on your jewelry, rub regularly with a soft cloth. Do not clean with water, soap, detergent, or any other chemical product or solution, as these could damage the metal finish or discolor the piece.
Pieces of jewelry may scratch upon contact with one another. We strongly recommend that you store and transport pieces of jewelry individually in the pouch provided.
Depending on how regularly you wear it and how you care for it, your piece of jewelry will change over time. Appreciate the natural patina that develops. The patina is inherent to the life of the piece. Day after day it will reveal a new aspect of the piece’s beauty, and of its history... and yours.