1. PROTECTION AGAINST LOSS
Carefully put on necklaces and bracelets, making sure they are fastened properly. If the bracelet has a clip clasp, make sure it clicks when closed. Never use excessive force.
Store silver and steel jewelry in a suitable box with a soft bottom or soft jewelry bag in order to avoid contact with rough and hard surfaces, which can scratch the polished surface and damage the rhodium coating /when available such /, applied to slow down oxidation process and for long-lasting shine .Periodically clean with a soft polishing cloth for jewelry.
contact with chemicals, household and cleaning products, perfumes, deodorants, cosmetics, salt and mineral water. Do not wear jewelry when visiting swimming pools, beaches, mineral springs, beauty and spa treatments and do not wet them unnecessarily! If for some reason you fail to protect them from the above adverse factors, just rinse them with clean water.
4. OXIDATION of Silver
is a natural process that occurs after different times as it is dependent on many factors and the way it is stored and used. This process is not considered a defect. Oxidized silver can be cleaned.
5. CARE FOR JEWELERY WITH STONES AND GLASS
Treat them with special care and attention due to their more delicate nature. Avoid dropping and hitting. Cracks and breakages of glass jewelry that occur after their sale are not covered by the warranty.
6. CARE FOR PEARL JEWELERY
Treat them like a living organism. Keep them in a separate soft bag away from other jewelry to avoid scratching. Avoid contact with chemicals, household chemicals, cosmetics, perfumes, deodorants, mineral waters, which can quickly destroy their natural luster. However, if you have used such products on your body, it is recommended to wait 30 minutes before putting on pearl jewelry. Oxygen must be provided at the place where you store them, because deprived of air they will quickly lose their shine. Remember the following rule: "Pearls should be the last thing you put on yourself and the first thing you take off!"