All of our jewellery is handmade, often with unique natural stones and sterling silver. Some materials may be fragile and require gentle handling. We provide with every purchase a plastic zip lock bag and a polishing pad. Please store your jewellery in the plastic bag that comes with your order and zip it. Keep the bag in dry environments to avoid contact with moisture. It is preferable to keep silica bag with your jewellery during storage.
Put your jewellery on after you have put on lotion, perfume, cosmetics and hair products as different agents cause jewellery to dull. Remove your jewellery before bathing or swimming. To care for your jewellery and keep it clean and ready to wear, gently wipe off excess make-up and skin oils after each wearing. Please clean your jewellery with the polishing pad that comes with your jewellery.
About Sterling Silver
Sterling silver or 0.925 silver is a beautiful, bright metal that jewellery lovers worldwide have selected as their favorite metal. There is no noticeable difference in the appearance between the white gold and sterling silver. However, unlike gold, sterling silver needs special care, and it must be cleaned and polished more often than gold. With the right care, sterling silver will last a lifetime.
Tarnishing of sterling silver is a natural process. This is a result of the oxidation of the metal. To clean dry, use a soft specially treated polishing cloth to clean tarnish from silver, and bring the silver back to its original shine.
To remove light grease, dirt, oils, perfumes, stubborn finger prints. . . use a soft bristle toothbrush with liquid hand soap or Dawn & warm water. Rinse thoroughly with clean, warm water to remove the soap. Dry with a soft cloth. Clean your jewellery frequently to avoid build-up of perfumes, lotions, body oils, body perspiration, and dirt. If it has been a long time since sterling silver has been cleaned, it would be best to use a silver cleaning paste or liquid to get the job done.
-To charge or energize your stones and crystals:
1. Expose the crystals to bright sunlight for a few hours.
2. Expose the crystals to the light of a full moon over night.