Jewellery Care

Care Instruction

Your Átrireal jewel is a precious and refined piece. By taking a few precautions in using and maintaining it, you will be able to preserve its original beauty over time.

  • Prevent damage and scratches by storing your jewellery individually in a tarnish-resistant jewellery box or jewellery pouch and keep it away from abrasive surfaces after wearing them.
  • Your jewellery should be cleaned regularly. You can use a very soft brush and soapy water to clean it. Never soak jewellery with full of gemstones in water and rub them harshly. Instead, wipe them with a clean microfiber or lint-free cotton cloth that has been dampened in lukewarm soapy water. Then pat dry.
  • Handle jewellery with love and care, especially freshwater cultured pearls, glass charms and charms made entirely of gemstones. Be extra careful not to drop them on the floor or knock them against hard surfaces as this could hurt their delicate structures.
  • Consider removing your jewellery before going to sleep, practicing any sport, washing your hands or using corrosive products. Limit and avoid contact with water, fragrance, alcohol, cosmetics, ammonia, chlorine and keep your pieces away from intense sources of heat and extreme temperature changes.
  • If your jewellery suffers a shock or hit, the stone setting may need to be checked. Avoid forcing clasps, joints and metal frames and be sure to check that the clasp and safety latch close properly. If you have any concerns, you should not wear your jewel until you have had it checked by an expert from a Átrireal Jewellery.

Rust is a naturally occurring phenomenon when certain metals are exposed to oxygen and water for a length of time and plating on metal will also naturally fade over time, this is normal wear and tear, not defect. But how quickly this happen is down to how you look after your jewellery. The best thing to do is follow the protection and cleaning instructions we mention.