To extend the life of your fine jewelry, gentle cleaning with a soft cloth or brush in warm, soapy water is always a safe cleaning method, never with harsh chemicals, vinegar, bleach or detergents. Pearls, semi-precious stones and opals should not be steam cleaned but diamonds, sapphires and rubies can safely be cleaned using steam.  


Diamonds are incredibly strong and durable by nature, however are not impervious to damage, please store, handle and wear with care.  Do not apply extreme pressure or hit hard surfaces with these precious gemstones.  

Keep clean with a soft brush to gently remove debris in warm soapy water.




Store pearls in keepsake box or pouch, preferably with a soft cloth or tissue paper separating the pearls so they do not scratch or come into contact with harsh surfaces.  Be careful to not spray or get beauty products such as lotion or hairspray onto pearls as they can effect natural luster and damage the surface.  Never ever get wine or vinegar on or near pearls as they will damage and dissolve.




A softer precious gemstone, opals are unique in fire, color and cut and must be handled with gentleness and care. 5-6.5 on the Moh scale, opal is generally stable, but heat from intense light can cause fracture lines, also avoid high heat or sudden temperature changes. Opals may be a softer gemstone, but when taken care of properly, they can last a lifetime without any issues. Cleaning your Opal ring every month or two will keep the Opal clean and sparkling



Beryls including Emeralds, Aquamarines & Morganites:

Beryl gemstones are a durable gemstone for jewelry and have a hardness rating of 7.5 to 8 on the Moh Scale.  Like all fine jewelry, store and treat with care, be sure to protect it against scratching and hard knocks.  Do not apply extreme pressure or hit hard surfaces with these precious gemstones, keep away from extreme heat and acids.  Warm, soapy water is always a safe cleaning method for beryls.