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How To Care For Your Gold Plated Jewelry

Jewelry always last longer with less exposure to moisture, heat, sweat, humidity or harsh chemicals. So, whenever possible, remove your jewelry before showering, or applying fragrance. Store your jewelry in a cool, dry place, when you are not wearing them. Add a silica pouch to the storage container, if your climate is usually humid. These silica gel pouches (desiccant crystals), are in our jewelry packaging, so be sure to save them.

Except for watches, most of our jewelry, can be easily cleaned with gentle soap and warm water, in the event of dirt or grime build-up. Do not dip your pieces in water. Instead, dip a lint-free cloth in the bowl with water and soap and gently rub your jewelry. In extreme cases, use a soft toothbrush to gently clean. Allow to air dry, if jewelry has diamonds; polish with a dry cloth, if the surface is smooth.

Your jewelry won't tarnish if you get water on them, just try to limit how often this occurs, and be sure to clean them after. 

Please avoid storing jewelry in or near moisture to prevent premature tarnishing.

Remember, your jewelry is protected by our lifetime warranty, so if the tarnish is stubborn, or your jewelry fades, please contact us, so we can repair or replace the item for free. We pay shipping - both ways. 

If your care questions were not answered above, please feel free to email us at, and we'll be happy to assist you. 

See you soon for our next blog post!


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