Imagine returning home feeling fatigued from an exhausting day at work. You toss your bag in the corner of your room and as you take a glimpse of the delicate ring on your finger, you notice the shine and lustre has faded. The sparkle you got attracted to has now turned into a dull, tainted piece of metal. What a way to ruin your day even more!

Everyone wants their jewellery to shine and sparkle, but how should we should we take care of them? Just like your room, jewellery needs certain care every once in a while. Jewellery care may sound like a hassle, but it is definitely not the case with proper knowledge and technique. Trust us when we say taking care of your jewellery is a breeze!

Our golden rule for jewellery: Last to put on, first to take off. Jewellery should be the final touch of your outfit. Put on your jewellery after spritzing your favourite perfume as your jewellery is not a fan of chemicals. At the end of the day, remember to remove, wipe and store your jewellery before hopping into the relaxing shower. Just like you, your jewellery needs time to unwind and rest!

Let’s begin your journey of pampering your precious necklaces, earrings, bracelets and rings.
We use 925 sterling silver, which means 92.5% sterling silver. This combination makes the jewellery not only long lasting, but also affordable. Do not fret, the sterling silver we use are hypoallergenic, safe for sensitive skin.

Why not 100% silver? 100% silver would be too soft, which would make it more prone to scratches and dents. Therefore, we use 92.5% silver, where the other 7.5% consists of a combination of metals (nickel free) to make the jewellery stronger and more durable. Silver, Rose Gold and Gold pieces are plated with White Gold, 18k Rose Gold and 18K Gold respectively. All sterling silver pieces undergo a process called Electro-Coating, where they undergo a procedure using electric currents to fuse particles to the surface of the jewellery, strengthening the overall product.

Caring for Sterling Silver
It is no secret that all silver jewellery will tarnish overtime, especially with prolonged use and wear. Good news, preventing tarnishing is easy peasy!

To give the jewellery the care and love they deserve, avoid contact with moisture and chemicals such as perfume and lotions. Due to the exposure of sweat and oil, it would be best to remove jewellery before exercising and bathing. After a day out with your jewellery, wipe them clean and store them in a jewellery pouch or box, in a dry and cool place away from direct sunlight.  Feel free to use a cotton bud to get into the small areas.

You might find that while wearing your sterling silver jewellery daily, the rate of tarnishing slows down, and your jewellery remains shiny for longer. This is because constant movement would cause the tarnish to gradually rub off.

Stainless steel is used mainly for our engravable rings, necklaces, bangles and bracelets. An outstanding concoction of metals (nickel free) that make the jewellery you wear resistant to rust and corrosion. We only use the highest grade – 316L Stainless Steel. Designed for every day wear, we promise the best quality only. Also, we use Ion Plating for jewellery that are made with stainless steel.

What does Ion Plating do?

Ion Plating is one of the newest and most advanced plating methods in the market. The combination of ion plating and stainless steel makes the product up to 8 times more durable, making it more resistant to scratches. It is also known as “permanent coating” due to its chemical stability and durability.

Caring for Stainless Steel

Maintaining stainless steel jewellery isn’t that tedious as you think it is. Here’s the truth: there’s hardly any care you have to do other than wiping it with a lint-free cloth every now and then. Stainless steel is coated with a layer of chromium, which prevents rusting and tarnishing. Just like 925 sterling silver, the stainless steel that we use are also hypoallergenic, perfectly safe for sensitive skin.

Our stainless steel pieces are highly polished, do store them in a soft cloth pouch or box and avoid keeping them with other jewellery or objects to prevent potential scratches. Stainless steel pieces are safe to be worn in the shower but need to be wiped dry immediately after coming out.

If you’re someone who loves channelling that sophisticated and elegant look, you must be familiar with pearls! Freshwater pearls and Mother of Pearls are used in our jewellery pieces.

Pearls are delicate and porous, they are made from oysters and freshwater mussels as a result of a defence mechanism when an irritant enters their shell. This process produces nacre, which is essentially known as Mother of Pearl. Freshwater pearls are derived from oysters that live in water bodies that are saline free, like lakes or ponds.

Caring for Pearls

Pearls perform best when they absorb the oils from your skin. Pearls, unlike metals, are softer in nature. Store them away from objects or other jewellery that may cause scratches. Pearls need to breathe in moisture, do not store them somewhere airtight. The best way is to place them in a soft cloth pouch. Pearls might crack when placed in environments that are too dry.  Follow the basic routine of caring for your jewellery: remove, wipe, store. Care for your alluring pearl accessories by wiping them down with a soft lint-free cloth or a microfibre towel. As pearls are porous, do not go swimming with pearl jewellery as chlorine can damage the pearls.

We use cultured opals for our pieces and they are undoubtedly one of the most mesmerising stones you can find, with an iridescent glow. These opals are similar to each other, but they emit various colours and patterns that make each piece unique. They are grown from silica, which creates a stronger and more durable opal.

Caring for Opals

Do be wary of how you store your opals as environments that are too dry can cause them to lose their moisture and crack. After wear, clean with a soft, lint-free cloth. Due to the water content in opals, they look best when they are in contact with the humidity in the air and skin. Avoid keeping your opal jewellery in places with extreme temperature as they are sensitive to heat.