Sterling Silver Jewelry


Gold-Plated Jewelry

1. Avoid wearing your silver in mineral baths, spas, and swimming pools, as the salt water and chlorine may affect the metal finish.

2. Remove your jewelry before exercising or prior to bedtime. Excessive perspiration and body oils can sometimes surface tarnish the piece.

3. Before you put any jewelry on, be sure any lotions, perfumes and make up are absorbed into your skin. Apply all hair products, especially hair spray, before you put on the jewelry.

4. Remove all sterling silver jewelry when cleaning. Harsh chemicals from dishwater detergents, house chemical will tarnish sterling silver.

Your Sterling silver pieces should be cleaned with a special cloth. This will remove any tarnish and dullness and keep your jewelry looking like new. Never use tissues or paper towels for cleaning silver. These products will scratch the surface of the jewelry. Ideally, try to keep pieces apart, so that they so don’t rub together or tangle up.

1. To prolong the Gold-Plating, remove rings, bracelets, etc. when washing hands or hand sanitizer.

2. Avoid your Gold-Plated jewelry coming into contact with perfume or perfumed lotions. The perfume will react with the plating and cause it to wear off.

3. Avoid direct contact with water (salt or fresh), excessive perspiration, and chemicals such as chlorine, sulfur, detergent and lotion. Exposing plated jewelry to water will cause the plating to disintegrate or wear off. No showering in your new necklace! (We are serious ladies)

To clean Gold-Plated jewelry wipe lightly with a damp cotton cloth to remove surface dirt or dust. Be sure it is completely dry before storing the jewelry again. Do not use a silver cloth or abrasive compounds i.e. baking soda to clean the Gold-Plated jewelry.

Please know that even though we do provide the highest quality of Gold-Plating in our jewelry, our plated jewelry is fragile and could start to wear off with time. We take no responsibility for careless wear or storage.