It is said that diamonds are eternal, but even artistic jewelry, although much more delicate in nature, can be used for many years. Much depends on how we care for it. We've prepared some tips for you to make it even easier.
Pure silver jewelry likes to be worn. Contact with the skin naturally cleans and polishes it. If you want to refresh it once in a while, all you need is water and ordinary soap. Remember not to use rough sponges. They can scratch the surface of a given ornament.
Gilding and oxides are popular methods in jewelry. However, keep in mind that they can naturally wear off. This will be the case especially for jewelry that is particularly vulnerable to contact with other areas.
For gold-plated and oxidized jewelry, avoid contact with water. We also do not recommend cleaning it yourself. Even specialized pastes are not always suitable for the care of this type of finish.
If you think that your treasures need special care, hand them over to a jeweler who will professionally restore their original splendor. A high-class craftsman will also be able to re-apply gilding or oxidation if they are completely dissapear. It's worth making friends with a local jeweler.
It's best to store the jewelry in a closed place, without access to moisture.