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Afew Jewels - Uppsala Earrings
£1,155.00
Afew Jewels - Uppsala Earrings
18K White Gold with 0.28 ct White Diamonds. We don't choose our best friends… but we can choose our favorite earring. The Uppsala is your form and function. Worn vertical, it's classy and clean. Horizontal, it's crisp and contemporary. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Meteor Earring
£1,940.00
Afew Jewels - Meteor Earring
18K White Gold + Black Rhodium + White Diamonds 0.45 CTW. Daring. Dashing. Darling. Sweeping silhouette that openly announces a woman of class, of charisma, and of confidence. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Palmera Gold Earring
£1,600.00
Afew Jewels - Palmera Gold Earring
18K Rose Gold + Brown Diamonds 0.34 CTW The breeze off the sea whistles through the palm leaves. The sunlight dances and reflects light from the ever-changing surface of the mediterranean. We are carefree, calm, and alive. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - ParaRaio Earring
£1,310.00
Afew Jewels - ParaRaio Earring
18K White Gold + White Diamonds 0.20 CTW. Energetic, electric, and eclectic. Transmitting good vibes from the cosmos, the ParaRaio is a beacon of positivity and power. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Boca Ring
£1,340.00
Afew Jewels - Boca Ring
18K Rose Gold with Pink Ruby and White Diamonds 0.20 CTW. They come together. Closer and closer as they approach the moment, their moment. And then it happens: The kiss that created a dynasty. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Pyramid Bracelet
£2,262.00
Afew Jewels - Pyramid Bracelet
18K Rose Gold + White Diamonds 0.12 CTW + Ruby 0.25 CTW We praise the light. Each step, an individual formation of mineral, brought together in celebration of something grand. The Pyramid Bracelet gives reverence to the intersection of simple geometry and sophisticated composition. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Czech Ring
£1,855.00
Afew Jewels - Czech Ring
18K Rose Gold with Sapphire 0.65 CTW and Ruby 0.39 CTW. Intelligent, calculated and lively. Keep your game face on and know your next move. It's hip to be square. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Helix Bracelet
£2,037.00
Afew Jewels - Helix Bracelet
18K Rose Gold and White Diamonds 0.22 CTW. "Follow me", she said. And they danced. They twirled. They tumbled. Where one began and the other ended… finally, it was just art. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Vaasa Ring
£1,211.00
Afew Jewels - Vaasa Ring
18K Rose Gold with 0.15 ct White Diamonds. Vaasa can assess the situation from every angle. It can give you the perspective you need to choose the right paint color, the right heels, or the right contract terms - to make sure you always have the right line. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result, it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Legoo Ring Silver
£250.00
Afew Jewels - Legoo Ring Silver
925 Sterling Silver. 925 Black Sterling Silver. 925 Sterling Silver with Rose Gold Bath. Doesn't it feel good when all the pieces fall into place? Like peanut butter and jelly, Romeo & Julieta, Salt & Pepper, each one of them incredible alone, but unarguably better together. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Palmera Earring
£235.00
Afew Jewels - Palmera Earring
925 Sterling Silver with Rose Gold Bath. White Spinel. The breeze off the sea whistles through the palm leaves. The sunlight dances and reflects light from the ever-changing surface of the Mediterranean. We are carefree, calm, and alive. Detachable, 2-piece earring with multiple variation for style. Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years.
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Afew Jewels - Tai Po Bracelet
£1,923.00
Afew Jewels - Tai Po Bracelet
18K Rose Gold with 0.2 ct White Diamonds. Tai Po intersects new lines and perspectives, creating a stable composition of simple symmetry. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Ardecco Bracelet
£410.00
Afew Jewels - Ardecco Bracelet
925 Sterling Silver with White Spinel and Onyx. With a bold geometric shape and lavish ornamentation, Ardecco Bracelet is an assertively modern style that runs symmetry rather than asymmetry, and to the rectilinear rather than the curvilinear. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result, it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Legoo Bracelet Silver
£250.00
Afew Jewels - Legoo Bracelet Silver
925 Sterling Silver A conversation piece, no matter the company. The Legoo bracelet grabs attention with its geometric and modern approach, while still maintaining a timeless simplicity that will be appreciated by design aficionados through the ages. . WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Legoo Ring
£2,024.00
Afew Jewels - Legoo Ring
18K Yellow, Rose, White Gold. Doesn't it feel good when all the pieces fall into place? Like peanut butter and jelly, Romeo & Julieta, Salt & Pepper, each one of them incredible alone, but unarguably better together. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Flor0 Ring
£1,445.00
Afew Jewels - Flor0 Ring
18K Rose Gold with 0.22 ct White Diamonds. It's the ring that defines you. It's the ring that your friends always comment on. The ring that announces you as you walk into a room. The ring your daughters hope to inherit someday. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Legoo Bracelet
£1,524.00
Afew Jewels - Legoo Bracelet
18K Rose Gold. A conversation piece, no matter the company. The Legoo bracelet grabs attention with its geometric and modern approach, while still maintaining a timeless simplicity that will be appreciated by design aficionados through the ages. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Oulu Earrings
£2,070.00
Afew Jewels - Oulu Earrings
18K White Gold and Black Rhodium with 0.48 ct White Diamonds and Yellow Citrine. Captured in a fluid wave of brilliance. Light, refracting through the backless Citrine, bouncing and beaming their golden dance. A drop. A drip. Sweet lemon temptation. The Oulu takes its cues from the curled branches of the summer citrus trees along the Mediterranean. Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Pair
£3,130.00
Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Pair
18K Rose Gold with White Diamonds 0.9 ct. True elegance is developed through years, through experience, and through daily ritual. The Kliot comes with a history, a legacy, and a future. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Aquila Bracelet
£1,988.00
Afew Jewels - Aquila Bracelet
18K White Gold with 0.4 CT White Diamonds and White Pearls. Like notes in a music score, seemingly without order, they sing a symphony. The Aquila bracelet floats along the skin effervescently. Light and airy, the diamond & pearl constellations are a reminder of the significance of the little things in life. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Individual Right
£1,566.00
Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Individual Right
18K Rose Gold with White Diamonds 0.45 ct. True elegance is developed through years, through experience, and through daily ritual. The Kliot comes with a history, a legacy, and a future. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Individual Left
£1,566.00
Afew Jewels - Kliot Earring Individual Left
18K Rose Gold with White Diamonds 0.45 ct. True elegance is developed through years, through experience, and through daily ritual. The Kliot comes with a history, a legacy, and a future. WEARING Remove Jewelry During Tasks When performing manual tasks, remove your jewelry to prevent physical damage or exposure to chemicals or cleaning fluids. Some tasks that should be avoided when wearing jewelry include kitchen work, gardening, cleaning the house and other common tasks. Put Jewelry On After Applying Makeup Cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and lotion can contain chemicals that can often damage jewelry. Putting jewelry on after applying these materials will limit exposure to jewelry and any potential damage. Don't Wear Jewelry In Swimming Pools and Spas Chlorinated water can react with the metals found in jewelry causing color changes and even structural damage. As a result it's a good idea to remove jewelry before entering the pool or spa. Contact Sports and Jewelry Don't Mix Hard blows during sports can damage jewelry not to mention the people involved. All jewelry should be removed before play begins. CLEANING Remove Your Jewelry Before Bathing Remove all jewelry before showering or cleaning. Soap can cause a film to form, making it appear dull and dingy. By preventing the formation of this film you immediately reduce the occasions of servicing. Use Jewelry Polishing Cloths for Best Results Polish silver or gold with a jewelry polishing cloth for best results. You can use a svelte or an old diaper, but the professional cloths are the best. Use of tissue or paper towels can cause scratches because of fibers in these products. Clean Your Jewelry With Care Cleaning your own jewelry regularly can keep it looking good, but be careful. You can either purchase commercial cleaners from a jeweler or make a cleaning a solution yourself. Rubbing alcohol can work wonders, but bleach can literally destroy jewelry so avoid it at all costs. Use Warm Water to Clean Jewelry For a simple cleaning at home, we recommend mixing Dawn dish soap in warm water, soaking your ring or other jewelry for 5 minutes, and using a soft bristled baby toothbrush to gently clean behind stones or settings. Air dry and finish with a polishing cloth. We do not recommend chemical jewelry cleaners because they can damage certain stones. Avoid Cleaning Damaged Jewelry Never clean any jewelry that is damaged, cracked or broken, since the additional handling is likely to exacerbate or worsen the problem. If you find that a piece of jewelry is damaged, it should be set aside for repair as soon as possible. Inspect Your Jewelry Regularly Just like anything else, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. When having your jewelry professionally cleaned, it's a good idea to have each item checked and inspected for any possible problems. Addressing signs of damage, or loose gemstones will prevent any further damage or loss and keep all of your pieces in excellent shape for years. STORING Keep Your Jewelry Secure Store your jewelry in a container and prevent pieces from moving around. While fabric-lined jewelry boxes are ideal, this can be as simple as using a shoebox and pieces of fabric. Prevent Your Jewelry from Tarnishing Sometimes jewelry tarnishes went it's not worn, especially silver and gold. To maintain the luster of your jewelry, place silver anti-tarnish strips in your storage container to absorb the oxidants that discolor and tarnish jewelry. Inventory Your Jewelry Unfortunately, jewelry can get lost or stolen. Taking a regular inventory can be incredibly useful when making an insurance claim or filing a police report. A photograph, a written physical description of each piece and it's cost is ideal. Furthermore, store that information apart from your jewelry in the event it is taken too. When Travelling with Jewelry, Use a Case Travelling can be tough on jewelry, so it's wise to use a travel case to protect your favorite pieces. Traditionally made of fabric or leather, a jewelry travel case can carry jewelry of all types and easily rolls up to a size that's easily stored in most suitcases, makeup cases or business attaches. Clearly, a case like this is a good investment to protect your jewelry on the road.
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