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Jewellery is not only a reflection of your personal style but often holds sentimental value as well. Proper care and maintenance can help preserve the lustre and longevity of your jewellery. Whether you own precious gemstones, delicate pearls, plated metals, or intricate designs, following these guidelines will help you keep your jewellery looking its best.



  • Store jewellery in a clean, dry, and separate space to prevent scratches and tangling.
  • Use individual pouches, soft fabric-lined jewellery boxes, or compartments with dividers to prevent pieces from rubbing against each other.
  • We recommend using our complimentary keepsake Mamuśka Jewellery boxes.


  • Regular cleaning keeps jewellery looking bright and vibrant.
  • Use a mild dish soap or jewellery cleaner and warm water for most materials, but avoid harsh chemicals.
  • Use a soft-bristle toothbrush or a jewellery cleaning brush to gently scrub intricate designs, settings, and stones. Make sure to clean hard-to-reach areas.
  • After cleaning, rinse thoroughly and pat dry with a lint-free cloth.

Metal Care

  • Different metals require different care:
    • Gold: Wipe with a soft, damp cloth and dry thoroughly. Avoid wearing gold jewellery during activities that might cause scratches or dents.
    • Silver: Silver can tarnish over time. Use a silver polishing cloth to gently remove tarnish. Store silver pieces in an airtight container to slow down tarnishing.
    • Platinum: Although durable, it can develop a patina. Wipe with a soft cloth and mild soapy water to restore its shine.

Gemstone Care

  • Diamonds: They are tough, but avoid exposing them to abrasive surfaces as they can chip. Clean with warm water, mild soap, and a soft brush.
  • Coloured Gemstones: Many gemstones are sensitive to heat and light. Store them away from direct sunlight and high temperatures. Clean with a soft, damp cloth or a soft brush and mild soap.
  • Pearls: Wipe gently with a soft, damp cloth after wearing to remove oils. Avoid contact with perfumes, hairsprays, and lotions, as they can damage the nacre.

Avoid Exposure

  • Remove jewellery before:
    • Swimming: Chlorine and salt water can damage metals and gemstones.
    • Exercising: Sweat can tarnish metals and affect gemstones.
    • Applying Makeup and Lotions: Chemicals can dull the sparkle of gemstones and metals.
    • Household Chores: Chemicals and rough surfaces can scratch or damage jewellery.


  • Reapply rhodium plating when it wears off to maintain its luster.
  • Check clasps, settings, and prongs for signs of wear or damage, and have them repaired promptly.

Traveling with Jewellery

  • Use a travel jewellery case with individual compartments to prevent tangling and scratching.
  • Consider leaving your most valuable pieces at home to reduce the risk of loss or theft.

Remember that each piece of jewellery is unique, and understanding its specific care requirements is essential for maintaining its beauty and value. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your jewellery remains a cherished part of your collection for years to come.