General Tips For All Jewellery Types

  • Remove jewellery before entering any aquatic environment, while conducting cleaning tasks or while doing exercise
  • Thoroughly dry your jewellery with a clean, dry and soft cloth once it has been exposed to water.
  • Makeup, Perfume and hairspray can damage your jewellery. Make sure that your accessories are the last to be put on.
  • Make sure that your jewellery is the first thing to come off before getting undressed.
  • Gently wipe your jewellery clean to remove skin oils and makeup.


  • Delicate fashion pieces should not be worn every day.
  • Diamond pieces should be professionally cleaned once a year.
  • Regularly check rings to ensure claws or settings are not damaged.
  • If there is damage, avoid wearing the item until checked by a jeweller.

White Gold

  • White gold jewellery is plated and is susceptible to wear over time.
  • Avoid wearing white gold jewellery while performing household tasks.
  • They should be professionally cleaned, polished and re-plated annually to ensure longevity and shine.


  • Do not allow crystal jewellery to come into contact with hot water as it may cause the stone to appear cloudy.
  • Avoid wearing other jewellery with your crystals as they are soft and may scratch.
  • Do not use jewellery cleaning solutions to clean your crystal as it could affect the lustre and loosen its settings.


  • Pearls are porous and must be kept separately from other jewellery.
  • Ensure your pearls do not touch perfumes or lotions as it may deteriorate the surface of the pearl.
  • Gently wipe after each wear to prevent deterioration.


  • Regardless of water resistance remove all watches before showering and store in a dry place. The steam in the shower or bathroom can cause irreparable damage.
  • Do not wear watch while performing physical activity, unless they are sports watches designed to withstand the motion.
  • Store separately so that it is not scratched by other jewellery.
  • Wipe with a jewellery cloth after every use to remove damaging makeup and skin oils.
  • Never use abrasive chemicals, such as alcohol to clean your watch.
  • Watch should not be worn in bed. Especially, where there is a magnetic underlay in use.


  • Take your gemstone jewellery to your local jeweller for professional cleaning at least once a year.
  • You can keep your gemstones clean by wiping them down with a clean soft damp cloth after wearing.
  • Some gemstones are softer than others therefore you should avoid knocking them, exposing them to heat and jewellery cleaners.