Materials and Care
Jewelry is the most intimate piece of accessory you can wear because it's closest to your skin. We want your jewelry to last a lifetime, with many wear time. Although some scratches, dents, and sometimes tarnishing may happen; there are ways to keep your jewelry as brilliant as the day you received it.
Avoid direct contact with perfume, lotion, and water. We recommend taking your jewelry off during strenuous activities such as swimming or contact sports. As a rule of thumb, if you are unsure if an event will damage your jewelry, take it off.
If you aren't wearing your jewelry, we suggest that you store your jewelry in a jewelry box or dish, or the jewelry bag/box provided when you first received your piece.
We recommend using a non-abrasive polishing cloth.
If you want to deep clean, mix a small amount of mild dish soap with warm water in a bowl. Place the jewelry in the small bowl and let it sit for a few minutes, then use an extra soft, toothbrush to scrub the jewelry gently. Please don't use the toothbrush you use for your teeth. Remove it from the soapy water, rinse, and dry with a polishing cloth
Fun Fact - Did you know wearing your Sterling Silver jewelry often is the best prevention from tarnishing?
Your bodies natural oils have a cleansing effect, but be sure to put your jewelry on last when getting ready & remove when swimming, cooking, or using household supplies, etc.
And yes, Sterling Silver tarnishes, it’s due to oxidization, but no, it doesn’t turn your skin green!