With a little care and attention, your leather products will continue to age gracefully. Please follow these guidelines to retain their inherent beauty:
When not in use, store your leather items in their original felt pouches. This will help protect them from dust and maintain their pristine condition. Ensure the storage area is well-ventilated and away from direct sunlight, as exposure to heat and UV rays can cause material to dry out and crack.
Be mindful of abrasive materials. Repeated contact with rough surfaces can lead to scratches and worn grain. We recommend using a soft cloth or brush to remove any dust or debris regularly.
Protect from Elements
Protect your leather items from exposure to water, oil, or any alcohol-based solutions. Prolonged contact with these elements may cause unwanted damage or premature wear. In case of contact with any of these substances, gently dab the affected area with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid rubbing the material, as this may cause the stain to spread.
Embrace Natural Characteristics
Over time, you may notice the development of a unique patina, softening, wrinkles, natural marks, or veins on your leather goods. These are natural characteristics of genuine leather and add to the charm and authenticity of your item. To enhance the natural aging process, consider applying leather conditioner occasionally.
Sterling Silver (925)
To preserve the quality and shine of your sterling silver jewelry, please follow these recommendations:
Remove During Activities
Take off your jewelry before bathing, swimming, or engaging in intense physical activities. This helps prevent damage and maintains its lustrous appearance.
Avoid Contact with Liquids
Refrain from spraying perfumes, applying creams, or exposing your jewelry to any liquids directly. Chemicals in these substances can tarnish the silver and diminish its shine over time.
Store your sterling silver jewelry in a dry, cool place. In hot climates, consider keeping it in an air-conditioned room to prevent exposure to excess heat and humidity.
Avoid storing your jewelry boxes in bathrooms. The moist and warm air in these environments can compromise the brilliance of your sterling silver over time.
Care for Gold-Plated Silver
If your jewelry is 18k gold-plated sterling silver, avoid using a silver cloth for cleaning, as it may remove the gold plating, Instead, clean it with a soft dry cloth to maintain its gold finish.