Jewellery care

Jewellery should be handled with care at all times, especially jewellery made with 22-karat gold and with fragile gemstones.

In general, the best way to clean your jewellery is to use a soft toothbrush with a little bit of gentle washing-up liquid. Special care with polki diamonds and opals must be taken, as they should not be immersed in water and should not be stored close to heat.

It is important to note that direct exposure to perfume, hairspray, body cream, chlorine, detergent and harsh elements over a period of time will damage your jewellery.

Remove your jewellery when sleeping, doing household tasks, sports and when cleaning.