To keep your jewellery pieces looking lovely, I recommend cleaning your pieces with a jewellery polishing cloth. You can use warm water and a mild dish detergent to clean your jewellery, ensure you thouroughly dry it afterwards. Please removed rings, especially gemstone rings before using products such as hand sanitisers.
Take particular care when cleaning pieces with gemstones, use a soft toothbrush to clean round them. I wouldnt recommend the dip style cleaners as these are not suitable for gemstones, pearls etc.
Once cleaned, dry thoroughly with a soft cloth and use a polishing cloth to buff to a shine.
Pearls should be wiped clean with a damp cloth only, and dried before storing in a fabric bag in your jewellery box.
Only put your jewellery on once lotions and perfumes have sunk into the skin.
Put jewellery on after dressing to save catching delicate chains and pieces on clothes where they could become damaged.
Remove jewellery before sleeping, swimming, showering and changing to prevent damage from catching and snagging.
Copper pieces - Copper naturally oxidises over time and changes colour (patina). Skin chemistry can speed up this process and as each persons skin chemistry is different, timings of this change can vary. This oxidisation can, for some people, leave a greenish colour on the skin, to minimise this please clean your pieces regularly.