Jewelry Care


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All our jewelry has been made with love by us, to be well-loved by you. With proper care, it will continue to shine.

Gemstone Care Guide

Basic Gemstone Jewelry Cleaning

1. Use a soft microfiber cloth to regularly wipe and clear away dirt and dust from your gemstone jewelry.
2. For a deeper clean, you can use a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner. Alternatively, a homemade jewelry cleaner made of warm water mixed with a few drops of mild soap works just as well.
3. To clean your gemstones, immerse the jewelry in your cleaning solution and scrub it gently with a soft brush. A toothbrush with extra-soft bristles is a good option.
4. Dip the jewelry back into the solution, rinse with warm water and dry with a microfiber cloth.


Wash each piece by itself in a solution of water & gentle dishwashing soap to prevent damage.


Gently scrub the stone with a soft bristle brush & a mixture of warm water and mild soap.

Pearls, Opals, Turquoises

These stones are porous so they must never be immersed in water. Use a soft, dry cloth to polish & prevent surface scratches. Clean the setting with a soft brush.

Rubies, Sapphires, Amethysts, Citrines & Garnets

Using a soft brush, gently clean with a mixture of mild soap and warm water. Rinse and pat dry.

ultrasonic cleaning for gems

The use of ultrasonic cleaning for gems falls into the following categories:

Avoid ✖ – emerald, peridot, topaz, onyx, pearl.

Okay🆗 if gems are not fractured, filled, or dyed – diamond, ruby, sapphire, amethyst, citrine, garnet.

Okay ✔ – black diamond.