Important Jewelry Information
As with all fine things in life, you should take care to protect your jewelry and always store it in a fabric lined jewelry box taking care not to drop , bash or scratch.

ALWAYS remove your jewelry when applying scent, lotions and potions, or even better , always put your jewelry on last when getting dressed.


Gold vermeil is a layer of gold over sterling silver, and requires a little care and attention. Always remove your gold vermeil jewelry when applying scent, lotions and potions, even better, always put your jewelry on last when getting dressed.

Never wear your gold vermeil jewelry in the shower or when swimming. Chlorine especially at high temperatures can permanently damage or discolor your gold vermeil jewelry.

Gently clean your gold vermeil jewelry with a soft polishing cloth.


As with most precious metals, sterling silver tarnishes. Having said this, it is less likely to happen as quickly if regularly worn.

Clean your silver jewelry in warm soapy water, ensuring that it is rinsed thoroughly and dried before storing. Alternatively polish your silver jewelry with a soft cloth.

Like gold, silver is susceptible to damage by chlorine and you should avoid wearing silver jewelry when using chlorine or bleach.


Most famous for its colorless stones which closely resemble diamonds, it is one of the few gemstones to have similar fire and brilliance.

Zircon can be used to date rocks, as the crystals are extremely hard, resistant to chemical and physical change and survive in many types of rocks. Scientists are able to determine how much decay has taken place, estimate the age of the zircon and therefore the rock.

It can be distinguished from diamonds by it double refraction from wear around its facets. When impurities are present it produces yellow, orange, red, blue and brown gemstones. The name is derived from the Arabic zargum, derived in turn from the Persian zar for "gold" and gun for color.

Mined from over 2000 years in gem gravels of Sri Lanka, Zircon was used as a gemstone in Greece and Italy as back as 6AD.

In the East it was considered an amulet for travelers, and believed that wearing Zircon endowed the wearer with wisdom, honor and riches. A loss of lustre was said to warn of danger.


Protecting your diamond

Even though it’s common knowledge that diamonds are the most durable stones, a diamond can scratch another diamond. That’s why it is important that different jewelries are not kept together so they don’t scratch each other.

Furthermore, you should never wear diamonds when doing hard manual labor because their points are susceptible to breaking and even daily activities can cause parts of it to loosen. That’s why it’s very important to visit a professional jeweler every six months to check the setting and position of the diamond.

To make sure your diamonds will shine forever, it’s important to clean them periodically. Below, we suggest a number of methods for cleaning them.

Professional Cleaning

This is the best choice. It is also important to bring your diamond jewelry to your jeweler from time to time to make sure that its edges haven’t tilted.

Mild Detergent

Soak your jewelry in a small bowl filled with hot water and any kind of mild detergent. Brush gently the diamond jewelry with a soft toothbrush while it’s in the bowl and rinse every part under warm running water. Dry with a soft, lint-free cloth and always keep your sink hole covered.

Household Ammonia

Place the jewelry in a small bowl filled halfway with ammonia and halfway with cold water for 30 minutes. Remove it from the bowl and gently brush the front and back of the diamond setting with a small, soft brush. Add it to the solution for a second time, rinse and drain it using a paper towel.

Jewelry Cleaners

Use any brand of liquid cleaner for jewelry and follow the instructions on the label.