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Jewellery Care Guide

Jewellery Care Guide

Jewellery Care Guide

18K Gold

K stands for Karat which is the purity of the gold. The higher the karat, the more gold there is out of a total of 24 parts. The other parts are made with copper in order for it to be harder and more durable.

Never store diamonds and gold jewellery together as gold will get easily scratched. Store them in the pouches we provide to keep them looking shiny and new.

Use warm water and mild dish detergent to soak your gold jewellery regularly.


C stands for Carats which is the weight of the diamond. The higher the Carat weight, the heavier the stone is.

Never store diamonds and other jewellery together as diamonds are very hard and can scratch gold and other gemstones.

Use hot water and mild dish detergent to soak for 10 minutes before brushing with a soft toothbrush. Try to avoid ultrasonic cleaning (unless taken to jeweller who can check all your stones after) as the vibrations can loosen settings over time.

Regular cleaning can keep the diamonds looking shiny and free from oil, dirt trapped in the settings.

Gemstones & Pearls

A Gemstones hardness is classified by the Moh’s Scale. Depending on the gemstone, some can be more sensitive to scratches. Diamond is the strongest followed by sapphire, ruby.

Avoid perfume, lotion, hairspray, sunscreen, sea water and harsh chemicals. As a result, it is very important to take your jewellery off when washing your hands, bathing, exercising and when going to the beach.

Use a clean, soft, damp cloth after wearing. Very porous stones such as turquoise and emeralds should be cleaned using a dry, soft cloth only. Do not use tissue paper or paper towels to clean gemstones as they can cause scratches.

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