Jewelry is small works of art, specially made to highlight your image and personality. All they ask of you is a little attention and care.

Careful use, frequent cleaning and proper storage are the main "tools" of keeping jewelry in excellent condition for a long time.

 We do not wear our jewelry when:

We are getting ready to apply perfume, lotions, hair styling products or cosmetic protection creams. We wear the jewelry after completing the treatment and give it a reasonable time to dry so as not to affect the metal or stones.

We exercise or do physical work. The acidic pH of sweat is an oxidizing factor for jewelry. In work with physical exertion and in the gym we avoid wearing jewelry, they will oxidize and will fade quickly.

We deal with our garden or pots. Gardening is a very beautiful and productive occupation, but soil and chemicals can destroy stones, alter plating and wear a favorite piece of jewelry for no reason.

We are at sea. Sea salt is beneficial for you, it can destroy a favorite piece of jewelry, metallic leather or with stones. Leave your jewelry at home and enjoy the sun and the sea undisturbed.

We are sunbathing. In general, exposure to the strong sun can discolor our sensitive stones and "tire" the jewelry irreparably.

We go to the swimming pool. The chlorine in the pool water will dull, oxidize the jewelry and leave marks on a leather bracelet.

We bathe at home. Shampoo, soap contains chemicals that can damage the shine of a pearl, leave residue on the stones, or spoil the shape of a favorite leather accessory.

We clean the house. Household detergents contain strong chemicals that corrode and discolor metals, destroy stones and all organic materials, such as pearls or leather jewelry.

We sleep. During sleep we can hit the jewelry, pull the chains, or break a favorite necklace with stones.

Jewelry care

Gentle cleaning of the jewelry with a dry cloth, after each use, retains the original shine and protects the jewelry. If the jewelry after a while looks "tired", rub it gently with a soft toothbrush in lukewarm water with a mild dish detergent without lemon or vinegar. Continue carefully with the stones and rinse with plenty of cold water. Dry it well with a soft cloth or hair dryer and the jewelry returns "fresh" like the first day you held it in your hands.

Any jewelry when not worn should be stored in a dark place, wrapped in velvet or cotton fabric for extra protection.

Many times we want to plaster jewelry with stones to freshen them, or we just want to change the color. The first thing we need to ask the craftsman is whether the chemicals and the temperatures of the plating affect the color or the shine of our stone.

Chains or jewelry with a chain, you must always have them fastened so that they do not get confused.