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How to care for your jewellery so it will last and shine longer? Whilst all our products are crafted with high regards to quality, there are some tips you can do to retain its beauty overtime.


18k Gold-Plated Silver Jewellery

What is 18k gold-plated silver jewellery?

  • Our 18k gold plated silver jewel features a solid sterling silver base coated with a layer of 18-karat gold. It gives the jewellery a luxurious look without the high price tag of solid gold pieces.

18k gold plated vs 14k gold plated

  • What is the difference between 18k gold-plated and 14k gold-plated jewellery? 18k gold-plated jewellery contains a higher percentage of pure gold compared to 14k gold-plated pieces.

How long does 18k gold-plated jewellery last?

  • The longevity of the piece depends on how well it's cared for. To prolong the life of your 18k gold-plated jewellery, avoid wearing it in water, store it in a cool and dry place when not in use, and clean it regularly with a soft cloth.

Can 18k gold-plated silver get wet?

  • To keep your jewellery looking its best for longer, it's always best to minimise contact with moisture. If your piece does get wet, make sure to dry it thoroughly with a soft cloth to prevent any damage. Also, avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals or cleaning products that could strip away the gold plating. 

Will 18k gold plated tarnish?

  • 18k gold-plated jewellery can still tarnish over time, especially if not properly cared for. To prevent this, it's essential to store your 18k gold-plated jewellery in a cool, dry place when not in use and avoid exposing it to any abrasive substances.

How to clean 18k gold-plated jewellery?

  • Use a soft cloth to polish and gently wipe away any tarnish. Never use any chemical or soap to clean your 18k gold-plated jewel.


Rhodium Plated Silver Jewellery

What is rhodium-plated silver jewellery?

  • Rhodium is a rare noble metal. As a member of the platinum family, rhodium has an intense silvery-white high reflective shine and perfectly seals your sterling silver from tarnish and also protects it from scratches - that’s why we choose to do rhodium plating on silver pieces.

Rhodium-plated silver vs sterling silver

  • What is the difference between rhodium-plated silver and sterling silver jewellery? Rhodium-plated silver jewellery is more durable and has a high shine. Sterling silver has a classic look and is less expensive than rhodium-plated ones, but it tarnishes more easily if it's not worn regularly.

Will rhodium-plated silver tarnish?

  • Rhodium-plated silver is less likely to tarnish compared to regular sterling silver. To prevent tarnishing, it's important to take proper care of your rhodium-plated silver jewellery by storing it in a cool, dry place when not in use and avoiding contact with harsh chemicals. Regular cleaning with a soft cloth or warm water can also help maintain the lustre of your rhodium-plated silver pieces.

How to clean rhodium-plated silver jewellery?

  • Use a soft cloth to polish and gently wipe away any tarnish. Never use any chemicals or soap to clean your jewellery.


14k Solid Gold Jewellery

What is 14k gold jewellery?

  • 14k gold is a popular choice for jewellery because of its durability and affordability. The "14k" refers to the purity of the gold, with 14 parts out of 24 being pure gold and the remaining 10 parts made up of other metals. This blend makes it stronger and more scratch-resistant than higher karat gold like 18k or 24k.
Can I wear 14k solid gold every day?
    • Absolutely! 14k solid gold is a great option for everyday jewellery. Its durability and strength make it perfect for daily wear, whether you're heading to work or running errands. Unlike higher karat gold options which are softer and more prone to damage, 14k gold is more sturdy and resistant to scratches and dents - it's meant to be worn every day!
    Will 14k gold jewellery tarnish?
      • 14k gold doesn't tarnish easily because it's almost 60% pure gold mixed with other metals. Yet, to keep your bling looking fresh, make sure to clean it regularly. 
      How to take care of 14k solid gold jewellery?
        • Store your pieces in separate pouches when not wearing them. Avoid exposing your jewellery to chemicals as they can damage the gold. Clean your gold jewellery regularly with a soft cloth to remove any dirt. Consider having a professional jeweller professionally clean and inspect your pieces annually to ensure they are in good condition. With just a little TLC, your 14k solid gold jewellery will continue looking stunning for years to come.
        How to clean 14k gold jewellery?
          • To clean your 14k gold jewellery, rinse the piece thoroughly with clean warm water and pat it dry with a soft cloth. For extra shine, you can also polish your gold jewellery with a jewellery polishing cloth specially made for gold.


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