Make it last a lifetime.

We’ve put together some tips to help you care for your jewelry and ensure it lasts.


Removing jewelry for high-intensity activities will go a long way. Diamonds may be forever, but small precautions such as these will ensure that.

Remove any rings when washing your hands or cleaning as soaps and cleaning agents can be a bit harsh and may cause wear to your fine jewelry pieces.


We recommend cleaning your jewelry as needed, or roughly 2-3 times a year.

For silver or gold: Using a soft cloth or toothbrush, dipped in warm soapy water, gently scrub the metal.

For brass or bronze: Use a treated polishing pad to remove tarnish or oxidation. These can be purchased on the site.

I do not recommend cleaning your jewelry with any commercial jewelry cleaner or ultrasonic cleaning device, as these can harm your jewelry unless supervised.

Store your jewelry in a clean, dry, safe space. The goal is to avoid constant tangling of chains as this can weaken the links. For instance, keep them separate in a cotton bag. Make sure your stones are stored somewhere cool and dry.


If a stone breaks, we can replace the stone (if still available) for a charge. Stone replacements are not complimentary.