Metals + Jewelry Care

All of our jewelry is available in gold fill or sterling silver as well as 14K white or yellow gold upon request.

gold fill


-   It’s always a good idea to rinse off your jewelry if you wear it in the ocean to clean any residual salt off.

-   If your gold jewelry begins to dull/tarnished use warm water, dish soap, and a toothbrush to clean and shine it.

-   Never subject any jewelry to harsh chemicals found in pools, cleaning products, and some personal hygiene products. This can discolor and strip the jewelry leaving a darkened appearance.

sterling silver


-   To slow the tarnishing process, keep your jewelry in a baggie or other airtight container when not wearing it.

-   Use a polishing to carefully rub your jewelry to bring back some of its shine if it has tarnished.

general care

-   To keep your jewelry lasting years, refrain from wearing it to bed, the gym, or during sport activities.

-   Though our jewelry is waterproof the less water it is exposed to the longer it will last.

-   Keep all jewelry away from chemicals as this may discolor them

-   If your jewelry ever breaks let us know and we will happily fix it for you!


-   Most stones are okay in water. Turquoise and Natural Opal are porous and should not be subject to any liquids. This includes perfume so they should be the last thing you put on and first thing you take off at the end of the day.

- The opals we carry are synthetic making them waterproof! Wear them all day every day without their color changing.

-   If you start to notice darkness around the hole of a stone this is skin cells that have built up and collected dirt. Use a toothbrush and water to carefully clean your jewelry.