Materials + Care

Gold vermeil and sterling silver jewelry are susceptible to tarnish. Follow this guide to help protect your jewelry from tarnish and damage. With proper care, your jewelry will look pristine longer and last for years to come.

Remove your jewelry before:

  • washing your hands, showering or bathing, swimming and exercising;
  • applying personal care products, cosmetics, perfumes/colognes, etc.; and
  • any activity that might cause loss of or damage to your jewelry.

Remember that jewelry should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off.

Avoid wearing your jewelry when you’re sleeping.

Store your jewelry in the included box or pouch when not in use. Not only are our jewelry box and pouch especially designed to keep your jewelry bright, they will also help prevent tarnish, scratches and unintended damage.

Gemstones

Gemstones require special care. Gemstones like pearls are easily scratched. To clean for your gemstones, gently wipe them using a soft cloth.

18k Gold Vermeil

By law in the US, gold vermeil jewelry should have a base material of sterling silver, plated with at least 2.5 microns of a minimum 10k gold.

Our gold vermeil jewelry exceeds the US standard. We have gone above and beyond by making our gold vermeil jewelry with certified recycled sterling silver and ethically sourced silver chains and findings, plated with 3 microns of certified recycled 18k gold, then finished with a thin coat of protective top layer to help your jewelry resist tarnish and last longer.

How to care for your 18k gold vermeil jewelry

Use a microfiber cleaning cloth (like those for sunglasses) to clean your gold vermeil jewelry. Do NOT use a silver polishing cloth as this will remove the gold plating.

Store your jewelry in the included box or pouch when not in use.

Sterling Silver

Our sterling silver jewelry is made with certified recycled sterling silver and ethically sourced silver chains and findings, finished with a thin coat of protective top layer to help your jewelry resist tarnish and last longer.

How to care for your sterling silver jewelry

Use a silver polishing cloth to remove tarnish from your sterling silver jewelry.

Store your jewelry in the included box or pouch when not in use.