Silver

The best way to keep your silver looking great is to wear it as often as you can. When it’s not being worn, it’s best to store it away in a soft pouch to help prevent scratches from other pieces of jewellery. To maintain the shine on your silver, avoid contact with perfume, hairspray and domestic cleaning products. Also, if your silver comes into contact with water dry it immediately to avoid any lasting stains

Diamond

With special care and attention your Diamonds will last forever. You should ensure they are cleaned to maintain it unique brilliance and sparkle. To help keep their luster gently clean with a mild cleaning solution, rinse thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth. Even though diamonds are durable, they can be chipped by a hard knock.

Diamond Care
Gold

To enjoy your gold for years to come, polish regularly with a soft cloth to bring out its vibrant shine. It’s also best to store your gold jewellery separately to avoid discolouration from other metal types.

As with most types of jewellery, contact with chlorinated water can attack the surface of gold and result in damage to its appearance.

It’s best to remove your jewellery when you go swimming and everyday items such as perfume, hairspray and cleaning products can also tarnish your gold.

Platimum

Platinum is a Noble metal and ours consists of 95% pure platinum and 5% other elements.
These are added to the purest of platinum to enable improved designs and appearance which make the final product all the more attractive. This is especially true for delicate diamond set rings and highly polished wedding bands.

Like all precious metals, platinum scratches and dents when it comes into contact with harder elements. It’s recommended that your platinum ring isn’t worn when carrying out heavy chores, sports and other activities where it might come into contact with hard surfaces.

However, the scratches and dents that occur are just a movement of the metal and none of its volume is lost. Even though daily wear may leave an impression on the surface, over a period of time it creates a natural patina over the outer surface that doesn’t impair the quality of your jewellery. In more severe instances where the jewellery is accidentally knocked heavy marks can be removed by polishing.