Jewellery Care

A general care guide

  • Last to put on, first to take off

    It's advisable to apply perfume before putting on your jewellery and allow it to dry completely before wearing your pieces.
  • Clean with a soft lint-free cloth after each wear

    Preventing residue buildup through regular cleaning ensures that the pieces retain their initial sparkle.
  • Remove before exercising or bathing

    The chemicals in many hair and body care products can react with the metals in jewellery, leading to tarnishing, discolouration, or a dull appearance.
  • Store in a cool and dry place

    Place individual pieces in soft pouches or cloth wraps to protect them from scratches or damage.


Care Guides By Material

White Gold, 18k Rose Gold and 18k Gold plated

On top of the base plating, typically around 0.5 microns thick, each jewellery piece undergoes an additional layer of e-coating which strengthens the durability.


  • Treat plated jewellery gently to avoid scratching, denting, or chipping the plated surface.
  • Take off jewellery before activities like swimming, showering, exercising, or cleaning to prevent damage and extend its lifespan.
  • Rotate the usage of your jewelry to prevent excessive wear on a particular piece.
  • Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, hairsprays, and other chemicals, as they can erode the plating and cause discolouration.
  • Cleaning:

  • Clean jewellery with a soft, damp cloth to remove any dirt or residues. Pat dry immediately afterward.
  • Storing:

  • Store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Store each piece separately to prevent scratching or tangling.
  • Keep them dry and avoid prolonged exposure to moisture.
  • 925 Sterling Silver

    925 Sterling Silver is a lightweight metal made of 92.5% pure silver.


  • Wearing your sterling silver pieces often can help prevent tarnishing, as the natural oils in your skin may help maintain its luster.
  • Remove your jewelry before engaging in activities that may expose it to excessive sweat, chemicals, or physical impact.
  • Cleaning:

  • Use a soft, non-abrasive cloth to polish your silver jewellery and remove tarnish. Avoid using tissues or paper towels, as they can scratch the surface.
  • If needed, clean your silver jewellery with a mixture of mild soap and warm water. Use a soft cloth to gently clean, rinse thoroughly, and pat dry.
  • Storing:

  • Store sterling silver jewellery in airtight containers or ziplock bags to reduce exposure to air and moisture, which can cause tarnishing.
  • Store each piece separately to prevent scratching or tangling.
  • Stainless Steel

    Stainless steel is an outstanding concoction of metals (nickel free) that make the jewellery you wear resistant to rust and corrosion. We only use the highest grade – 316L Stainless Steel.


  • Stainless steel pieces are safe to be worn in the shower but need to be wiped dry immediately after coming out.
  • Cleaning:

  • Due to its material and durability, there’s hardly any care you have to do other than wiping it with a lint-free cloth or clean using warm water and a mild detergent every now and then.
  • Storing:

  • As stainless steel pieces are highly polished, do store them in a soft cloth pouch or box and avoid keeping them with other jewellery or objects to prevent potential scratches.
  • Pearls

    Freshwater pearls and Mother of Pearls are used in our jewellery pieces. Pearls are delicate and require special care to maintain their natural luster and beauty.


  • Keep pearls away from chemicals, acids, perfumes, cosmetics, hairsprays, and other household products. Chemicals can harm the pearls and diminish their luster.
  • The natural oils from your skin can help maintain the pearls' luster, so wear them often to keep them beautiful.
  • Cleaning:

  • Clean pearls with a soft, damp cloth after each wear to remove oils and debris. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or brushes.
  • Storing:

  • Protect pearls from prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, as it can cause them to dry out and lose their luster.