Jewellery Care Guide
Sterling silver is a fine and soft material. Sterling silver is an alloy made from 92.5% silver and mixed of other materials. It preserves the colour for long time. Sterling silver pieces are typically easy to bend. To minimise scratches and nicks, keep it in your pouch or jewellery box when you are not wearing them.
GOLD PLATED ON STAINLESS STEEL
We use 316L surgical stainless steel for some of our jewellery. 316L is the highest grade of stainless steel used in the jewellery market, which is the material used in body piercings and medical instruments. Since they are very durable and resists corrosion and oxidation, the colour won't rust or turn green, you can wear them in the shower but could become less shiny over time.
GOLD PLATED ON BRASS
Fine brass - Brass is normally made of a combination of zinc and copper. It has a warm, attractive golden tone, but it can be tarnish and oxidise and the shinning colour will fade over time.
Our freshwater pearls all from nature, and we choose them really careful to create a nice jewellery. Each Pearl has different shapes, colour and characteristics, that is why you always can get a unique outlook. Please note that any lines or crevices of the freshwater pearls are normal as they are nature creatures.
JEWELLERY CARE TIPS
- Silver jewellery surfaces may intentionally darkened through oxidising. This natural tarnishing process only changes the surface of jewellery, not the internal colour.
- If your silver jewellery oxidises, please use a soft and clean jewellery polishing cloth to wipe them.
- You can clean the oxidises using baking soda or toothpaste, and gently rinse with flushing water.
- Please store your jewellery out of direct sunlight.
- Please do not try to bend them hardly.
- Please avoid direct contact with any chemicals found in perfumes or other cosmetics such as sunscreens and moisturiser.
Please carefully avoid scratching with any surfaces.
- Keep it in your pouch or jewellery box when you are not wearing them.