Jewelry Care 
  • It is ideal that your jewelry should be taken off when you get home. 
  • Jewelry should not be worn when doing house work, gardening, or sports, especially swimming. 
  • Avoid wearing jewelry while applying lotions and perfumes.
  • For gold and gemstone jewelry, dilute dish detergent in a small bowl of warm water and soak each piece for a 3-5 mins. Gently clean your item by using a soft bristle toothbrush. To ensure you removed all the diluted dish soap, rinse your jewelry under warm running water, and pat dry with a soft, lint-free cloth. Be sure to dry your jewelry completely before wearing again. 
  • Storing sterling silver in an airtight plastic bag will slow down the tarnishing process.

  • To clean oxidized jewelry, simply use soap and warm water with an old toothbrush. A polishing cloth will remove the finish.

  • If a bright piece has tarnished you can purchase a product called Tarnex (found at your local grocery store), pour a small amount in a non-food container, swish or dip the piece momentarily, and then remove and rinse very well and dry. The product can then be returned to the bottle. 


  • I guarantee my work, if your piece needs a repair from normal wear and tear in the first 6 months I would be happy to do so for free. Thereafter, repairs will be start at $40 depending upon damage plus shipping. Otherwise, please contact me if your jewelry is in need of repair.
  • Any steel pieces should not be worn in water. If the finish on a steel piece has begun to erode and the steel is rusting, please contact me and I will refinish your piece for $40 plus shipping.

    Lost Earring

    Most earrings can have a mate made to replace a lost or damaged earring. Cost to replace an earring is 60% of current retail price + shipping. Customers are encouraged to return the single earring to ensure a perfect match.