I Have Enough Jewellery... Said No One. Ever!

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Jewellery Care

A good rule of thumb is to let the jewellery be the last thing you put on in the morning and the first thing you remove in the evening.

Avoid Jewellery During Activities

Don’t wear rings and jewellery where there is a risk of knocks and bangs. Ie, take them off when gardening, lifting heavy things, going to the gym, doing sports etc. hard activities can bend jewellery and stones can be lost!

Taking Care of Pearls

Pearls have special requirements due to their delicate nature. They are ve porous and susceptible to damage from cosmetics, perfumes, hairspray, and oils.

Get Your Jewellery Checked

Regular checks can be the difference between inexpensive minor repairs and a much more extensive repair or replacement if damage has gone unnoticed.

Gold Platinum and Diamonds

White and yellow gold, diamonds and platinum can be cleaned with soapy water and a soft brush.

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Regular cleaning and maintenance will prolong the life of your Jewellery.

Keep Your Jewellery Clean

All types of jewellery should be treated with a lot of TLC (Tender Loving Care ) to keep it looking at its best. 

Although there are many innovative specialist products on the market now which can be used at home, it is recommended that a comprehensive complete advanced clean is required to make your special jewellery looking as good as new! Ideally once a year to remove tough stains, our professional service also avoids damage as the home kits tend to cause. Our expert team have years of experience in this field and are the best in this field.


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