The following information is intended to help you look after your jewellery in between making it into our store. The more often you take care of your jewellery pieces, the longer they will last and the better they will look!
- Although diamonds are the hardest known natural substance it is possible to damage them. Diamonds are not indestructible. Diamonds, much like wood, have a grain running through the stone. If a diamond receives a knock on the wrong angle, they can chip or break which often can lead to the stone falling out.
- Do not wear your jewellery if you are doing rough work such as gardening, washing dishes, in the gym or anything where it is possible that you may knock the metal and diamonds. Metal on metal contact will bruise the metal and create dints.
- Do not allow your jewellery to come into contact with chlorine bleach of any other harsh chemicals. The diamond will be fine although it can tend to have a negative effect on the metal in the band and the setting.
- Do not mix your jewellery collection together in a drawer or case when not wearing them. You should pack them individually so as not to allow one item to rub or hit each other and damage one another.