heir·loom noun \ˈer-ˌlüm\
A valuable object that is owned by a family for many years and passed down the generations.
Treating your jewelry kindly and with deliberate attention will help assure its original condition. Wear and tear is normal and the natural patina that
gold develops is part of its inherent beauty. But despite the best care, damages may happen so below are some tips to help safeguard your jewels.
- Inspect your jewelry regularly to make sure stones are secure and clasps
- Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning.
- Put your jade trau jewelry on after applying makeup, cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes, and lotion. These products contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry.
- When cleaning your jewelry, use warm water and a dot of dishwashing soap, if needed. Scrub gently from underneath stones with a very soft toothbrush.
- Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken.
- Take your time and be gentle when cleaning your delicate fine jewelry.
- Remember to store your jewelry in a jewelry box or soft place.