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Wear & Care Advice for Your Jewelry

Updated: Mar 1

Devoting time to taking care of your jewelry will extend the life of your investment. Read on for tips on how to care for jewelry available in our various collections.


the treasure chest– caring for vintage jewelry is easy with a few common items. Before wearing any jewlery (vintage OR new), It’s a good idea to use hydrogen peroxide on a cotton ball or Kleenex to wipe down all surfaces of the item. When not in use, store piece in a small plastic bag away from dust, sunlight and extreme temperatures.


afterglow - This collection features 18k gold-filled and 925 Sterling Silver Chains. Silver will tarnish with prolonged exposure to oxygen. The charms are silver plated and will develop a patina over time, especially if they are in contact with sunscreen, perfumes and body lotion. When not in use, store jewelry in a plastic bag away from dust, sunlight and extreme temperatures. Polish gently with a soft polishing cloth. To view the afterglow collection, click here.



lustre - Gemstones can be easily cleaned with a soft dry cloth. It's always a good idea to give them a wipe down when you take them off at the end of the day. When not in use, store jewelry in a small plastic bag away from dust, sunlight and extreme temperatures.


mini muse - When not in use, store piece in a small plastic bag away from dust, sunlight and extreme temperatures.


grace - the grace mala & bracelet collection should be stored in a cool/dry place when not in use. Avoid harsh pulling/stretching, as it will weaken the thread or cording and may damage the item over time.

A simple polishing cloth can be used to gently clean your beaded jewelry. The brass, silver, gold and/or copper spacer beads used in our designs can develop a patina over time due to their exposure to oil on the skin, perfumes, sunscreen and oxygen. You can also clean them with a polishing cloth. When not in use, store piece in a small plastic bag away from dust, sunlight and extreme temperatures. For more, see grace.





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