Newbridge Silverware | Amy Huberman Sun Stud Earrings
• Jewellery should be put on last and taken off first when dressing. • Care should be taken when removing jewellery to prevent catching in clothing. • Contact with chemicals may cause corrosion of the surface. Jewellery should only be put on after you finish with hairspray, perfume, make-up, soaps and body lotions. • Do not allow your jewellery to come into contact with bleaches or water containing chlorine. • Hard contact, for example knocking against objects, could cause scratches, chips and other damage.
• Keep your jewellery in the original packaging. • Store your jewellery separately to avoid scratching.
• As jewellery is sometimes delicate, cleaning should always be approached with care. • Wearing jewellery inevitably gathers a build up of natural oils from the skin, polishing with a dry piece of cotton after wear will help maintain the original lustrous finish. • Cleaning the item with an abrasive material or liquid jewellery dips will diminish the coating causing the acceleration of the tarnish process.