The best way to care for your jewelry is to clean it with soap and water and then store it in a clean and dry place. Do not use an ultrasonic cleaner on any of these pieces as it may damage the stone and finish.
For a matte finish, you can use a fine steel wool pad to clean it. Since the metal is already textured, you won’t ruin the finish. For pieces with an oxidized finish, do not use polishing cloths or jewelry cleaners as it may remove the finish. Oxidization may lighten over time so I am happy to re-oxidize any piece.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to start this process.
Ultrasonic cleaners tend to remove the oxidized finish so the best way to care for your jewelry is to clean it with soap and water. Store it in a clean dry place.
Do not use a traditional polishing cloth on your matte finished jewelry as this will restore a shiny finish. You can use a fine steel wool pad to clean your pieces, and since they are textured, you won’t ruin or scratch the finish.
For the oxidized pieces, over time the patina may wear, so I am happy to re-oxidize the piece. Please reach out to me at email@example.com.
To ensure your gold jewelry stays radiant for years to come, here are some care tips:
Avoid Wet Environments: While 14K gold is resilient, it's best to remove your gold jewelry before showering or swimming. These activities can expose your pieces to oils and chemicals that may dull their finish over time.
Gentle Cleaning: To keep your gold jewelry looking its best, periodically clean it by mixing warm water with a detergent-free soap and using a soft-bristle toothbrush to delicately scrub your pieces. This will help remove any accumulated dirt or residue.
Dry and Store: After cleaning, dry your gold jewelry with a clean cloth to prevent water spots and ensure a clean finish. When not in use, store your pieces in a safe place, away from exposure to the daily elements.
By following these simple care guidelines, your 14K gold jewelry will remain a timeless and elegant part of your everyday style, ready to be cherished for years to come.