Product Care & Materials

Gold Filled

Gold-filled jewelry combines the beauty and richness of gold with durability and affordability. It is created by bonding a thick layer of 14K gold to a base metal core, using a specialized process that ensures a strong and lasting bond.

One of the things we love about gold-filled jewelry is its longevity. With proper care, gold-filled pieces can maintain their integrity, often lasting many years.

Sterling Silver

Made from 92.5% recycled silver, sterling silver jewelry combines durability and strength with the luster of silver. Our sterling silver pieces are gold dipped with a rich layer of genuine 14k gold.

Other products with a similar coating would be: watches, buckles, cufflinks, hardware fixtures, and cutlery. 



3 Things That Effect The Life Of Your Jewelry


What It Touches

Water, lotions and perfumes can damage the finish of your jewelry. Be mindful of the activities you are doing while wearing your jewelry. Chemicals in the water or the products we use can eat away at the gold, especially chlorine. It's important to know that you, your lifestyle and even your body chemistry will determine the lifespan of your jewelry - do what you can to get the most out of it!


How You Clean It

Remember to clean. Here are some suggestions when it comes to properly caring for your jewelry:

Gentle Cleaning Solution: Create a gentle cleaning solution by mixing a few drops of mild dish soap or baby shampoo with warm water in a small bowl. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners that could cause damage.

Soft Brush or Cloth: Use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a cotton fiber cloth to gently scrub the jewelry, paying attention to any intricate details or crevices. This will help remove any remaining dirt or residue.

Rinse Thoroughly: Rinse the jewelry under warm running water to remove all traces of the cleaning solution. Ensure that no soap or residue is left behind, as it can dull the shine of the gold.

Pat Dry: Gently pat the jewelry dry with a clean, soft cloth. Avoid rubbing or using excessive force, as it may cause the gold layer to wear off over time.


Where You Store It

After cleaning, store in a cool and dry place. To further prevent any tarnishing or tangling, it's important to store your jewelry in a cool and dry environment. Preferably separated from other pieces so they don't interfere with each other.