All our jewelry has been made with love by us, to be well-loved by you. With proper care, it will continue to shine. We’re confident in the quality of our pieces, which is why they come with a two-year warranty in case of any potential defects from the materials or workmanship.
The more intentional you are about caring for your jewelry, the longer it will last.
Remove your jewelry before doing any activity that risks physical damage.
As a general care tip, your jewelry should be the last thing you put on before going out and the first thing you remove upon coming home.
How to Store
When not being worn, store in a safe, dry place to protect against the elements of daily exposure.
Store pieces separately to avoid damage.
Ensure pieces are completely dry before storing.
Certain metals, like vermeil and sterling silver, can be prone to tarnishing. Rather than the packaging that came with your purchase, we recommend storing your pieces in our Leather Jewelry Boxes, which are lined with an anti-tarnish microsuede fabric that makes care and cleaning even easier.
How to Clean
Proactive maintenance is the easiest way to care for your jewelry.
Regularly cleaning your pieces helps to avoid the residue buildup that can dull the original shine.
CARE GUIDES BY MATERIAL
All of our diamonds are within GHI color and SI-I 1-2 clarity. We only use Kimberley Process compliant diamonds.
What to know about wearing diamond jewelry
Even though diamonds are one of the hardest natural substances found on Earth, they can still be damaged under certain circumstances.
To keep your diamond jewelry looking its best, be mindful of how you wear it. Any physically challenging activity could impact your jewelry.
How to store diamond jewelry
Store in a safe, dry place when not being worn.
How to care for diamond jewelry
To maintain the shine of your diamonds, buffthem lightly with a soft-bristled brush using warm water and detergent-free soap. Or use our Jewelry Care Kit.
Don’t use abrasive cleaners.
Ultrasonic cleaners are safe to use on diamond jewelry.
All of our gemstones are genuine mineral stones that are highly valued for their beauty, longevity, and rarity. We use an array of high-quality, natural gemstones in our jewelry.
What to know about wearing gemstone jewelry
Gemstones have varying degrees of hardness so be sure to treat them with care.
Many colored gemstones stones are susceptible to discoloration and fading when excessively exposed to natural elements such as sun, salt water, and perspiration as well as chemical irritants like chlorine, cosmetics, and lotions.
How to store gemstone jewelry
When not being worn, store your jewelry in a safe, dry place to protect it from the elements of daily exposure.
How to clean gemstone jewelry
Do not use steam cleaners or ultrasonic cleaners on colored gemstones as they can damage or permanently discolor these stones. Rubies and sapphires can be gently cleaned in warm water, using non-detergent soap and a soft-bristled brush.
Our cultured pearls are carefully selected from oysters and freshwater mussels.
What to know about wearing pearl jewelry
Pearls can be sensitive to environmental factors, so treat them with love.
Maintain the brilliance and luster of pearls by wearing them often as that helps to prevent drying.
How to store pearl jewelry
When not being worn, store pearls in a safe place.
Pearls can crack when stored in a condition that’s too dry.
How to clean pearl jewelry
Do not use abrasive cleaners or polishing cloths.
Do not use steam or ultrasonic cleaners.
Enameling is a technique in which a glossy substance, traditionally a type of glass, is fused to metal or another hard surface via a very high heat. Our enamel, called cold enamel, makes a more durable piece of jewelry.
What to know about wearing enamel jewelry
While our enamel is less prone to chipping, it doesn’t mean that it can’t happen. Be sure to treat your enamel jewelry with care.
How to store enamel jewelry
When not being worn, store in a safe, dry place to protect from the elements of daily exposure.