Jewellery Care

Yellow Gold

Clean gold jewellery only with warm water and detergent-free soap, or bring it to your local jeweller and have it professionally cleaned. Protect your gold jewellery by storing it safely in a jewellery box or keeping it wrapped in a soft cloth when not being worn to avoid scratches.

Always inspect your gold jewellery for weakness or damage and bring it to a professional jeweller for immediate repair.

White Gold / Rose Gold

Clean your white gold jewellery in warm water with detergent-free soap or special cleaning kit. Use a soft cloth when cleaning to avoid from scratching.

The white lustre of the white gold with general wear and tear will fade over time (“turn yellow”). Therefore, white gold jewellery requires a maintenance to retain its lustre with replating by jewellers for a small fee.


Clean your diamond jewelery by wiping it with a lint-free cloth or with warm water, mild soap and a soft toothbrush, or by dipping it briefly in a commercial cleaning solution.

Harsher cleaning methods are not recommended for home use.


Let your jewellery piece soak for a few moments in a solution of warm water and mild detergent or cleaning solution. Use a soft brush to gently scrub your jewelry. A shaved matchstick or toothpick is quite good at picking out accumulations, but don’t be too harsh.

Dip the jewelry piece back into the solution for one last wetting. Then rinse in warm running water, preferably about the same temperature as your solution. Gently polish with a soft lint-free cloth or chamois.


All types of pearls, cultured, freshwater and simulated require treating with care. Cosmetics, perfume, hairspray should all be applied and allowed to dry before putting on pearls. Take care not to pull or snag.

After wearing pearls, wipe them with a soft cloth. If something spills or drips on your pearls, give them a good soak in lukewarm water with gentle natural soap (not detergent).


Silver is soft and can become scratched easily. You can use a special silver cloth to polish your items, but a lint-free flannel, microfiber, or other soft non-abrasive cloth will do as well.

Do not use paper towels or tissues to polish your jewellery as they contain fibres that can scratch the silver.