Jewelry Care

The best way to care for your jewelry is to keep it in a clean and dry place. Over time, it is natural that your jewelry will develop a patina, especially when exposed to intense humidity and heat. Embrace the change, or avoid tarnish and oxidation by storing your jewelry outside of a steamy bathroom, and removing jewelry when showering and swimming. Avoid both chlorine and salt water. You can also slow the rate of oxidation by storing your jewelry in a ziplock bag.

 Silver, brass, and bronze can be polished with a polishing cloth and when you miss that extra shine, one complimentary polishing is included with every purchase.