Our jewelry is of good quality, but to ensure our quality, we have a number of tips here so that you can enjoy our jewelry for a long time.
Avoid contact with: Cream, perfume, water and moisture. Do not wear a piece of jewelry while exercising and do not leave the piece of jewelry in the bathroom, for example, condensation can cause discoloration over time.
Due to the PH value of your skin, your jewelry can discolour.
Beads that have become dull or discolored can often be polished with a clean silver polishing cloth.
Do not wear jewelry during household or rough work and when exercising. Jewelry can be damaged by certain cleaning agents (chlorine / salt) and by bumping too hard. In addition, there is a chance of losing the jewelry.
It is best not to place jewelry loose in a drawer or box. Jewelry can damage each other; Store each piece of jewelry separately to avoid scratches.Always make your bracelet or necklace close to storage so they don't get tangled.
Do not expose your jewelry to too bright sunlight / tanning beds. Color stones can therefore discolour.
Makeup, hairspray and perfume contain substances which, when in contact with the metal alloys, can stain skin and clothing. It can also discolour the metal alloy. It is best to put jewelry on, at the very last.
Always take off your jewelry when you go to sleep.
What is 14k gold?
Pure gold is expressed in 24 carat, this contains 99.99% gold. Pure gold, however, is very soft and therefore flexible and sensitive to wear. Adding other metals makes the gold harder. This makes it easier to edit. The addition (alloy) determines the color of the gold. These additions are often copper, silver or palladium. 14 carat gold: 58.5% pure gold.