Jewelry Care Guide

Wondering what material your piece is made of?

18k GOLD

18K Solid Gold

Solid gold is a precious metal that will not oxidize or discolor. The 18k alloy gives our pieces their beautiful, subtle hue. Our 18k white gold jewelry is finished with rhodium plating for extra shine and durability.

How to care for 18K gold jewelry?

- To maintain the shine of your 18k solid gold piece, scrub it lightly with a soft-bristled brush using warm water and detergent-free soap. 

- Then, buff gently with a clean cloth. 

- Store your pieces in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.


Ethically Sourced Diamonds

Diamonds are one of the hardest natural substances found on earth. Our high-quality diamonds (SI 2 clarity) are ethically sourced from our suppliers who follow conflict-free and socially responsible practices. We only use Kimberley Process certified diamonds, and our suppliers provide System of Warranties with every order.

How to care for our diamonds?

- Use warm water, detergent-free soap and a soft-bristled brush, rinsing the diamond and setting afterward to ensure there is no residue. 

- Do not use steam or ultrasonic cleaners, as this can cause damage. 

- Store your diamond jewelry in a safe, dry place when not worn.


Natural Gemstones

We only use ethically sourced and conflict-free natural, mineral gemstones, highly valued for their beauty, longevity and rarity.

How to care for our natural gemstones?

- To keep gemstones clean and shiny, scrub lightly with a soft-bristled brush, warm water and detergent-free soap. 

- Avoid chemicals or excessive temperatures when cleaning. 

- Store in a safe, dry place when not worn to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.

The General Care Guide

To keep your jewelry looking brand new, remember these simple tips:

- For thorough cleaning, use a combination of warm water and mild dish detergent - gently scrub with a soft-bristled toothbrush.

- Avoid harsh chemicals and abrasives coming in contact with your jewelry: hairspray, bleach, chlorine, toothpaste, etc.; exposure will dull the shine of precious metals over time.

- Examine your jewelry regularly for loose prongs and stones. If you feel a stone may be loose, contact our customer care team and refrain from wearing your jewelry until repaired.

- Remove jewelry before physical activity and store it carefully.