Like all fine jewellery, a little care is required to keep your enamel and gemstone pieces beautiful for the years to come.
Enamel is glass, and so is naturally fragile. Handle your pieces with care to ensure they are not knocked and do not fall onto hard surfaces/ground. Enamel may chip, crack, or break with impact.
Although enamel does not fade with exposure to sun or daylight, the colours of your piece may be altered if exposed to some chemicals and cosmetics.
To avoid damage, remove enamel jewellery before exercising or cleaning. However, swimming and washing will not damage your jewellery.
A soft-bristled toothbrush or microfibre cloth can be used to gently clean your jewellery with a mild solution of soap and warm water. Rinse thoroughly, and dry completely with a soft cloth.
Do not place enamelled, pearl-set or coloured gemstone pieces into an ultrasonic machine. Jewellery cleaning solutions should also be avoided, as heat and chemicals may damage the surface of enamel and gemstones.