• Stainless steel jewelry is made from chromium, nickel, and titanium. Stainless steel is very durable and is resistant to scratches, corrosion, heat, and signs of aging. Just make sure the material does not get damaged by being overexposed to water. 

  • You can clean your jewelry a few times a week to maintain shine. With good and proper care, the jewelry can be worn daily and remain in its high-quality condition for a long time.



• Gold-filled jewelry is composed of a solid layer of gold (requires at least 1/20th or 5% of its weight) bonded to a base of some metals. Gold-filled jewelry can naturally tarnish over time, however, it is more tarnish-resistant than gold plated jewelry, and with good care, they can be worn daily and last for years.



  • Sterling silver is an alloy, or combination of metal types. Sterling silver (925) contains one or more additional metals that add strength to the otherwise delicate material. Pure silver is naturally very soft, and would easily bend or break if used for jewelry without being blended with a stronger metal.

  • Functional silver jewelry is often made with 92.5% silver. The remaining 7.5% of metal in 925 sterling silver is most commonly copper. Sterling silver fortified with copper is preferred by many, especially those with sensitive skin.


  • Gold plated jewelry has a thin layer of real gold/white gold plated over brass or steel.

  • With good and proper care, the jewelry can be worn daily and remain in its high-quality condition for a long time.


  •  Plating is a process where a piece of jewelry made from a metal or alloy and another layer of metal on it. Therefore brass/steel underneath, and gold/silver is the metal that covers it. That is what we mean by gold plated brass/steel. When you see something is plated, it doesn’t mean that it is half gold and half brass. The layer of the gold put is quite thin.

  • Brass is a combination often of copper and zinc, the former of which known for making your skin turn green. Initially, your skin will not change color because of the plating. However, after oxidation and overall tarnish, you’ll begin to notice the green color.

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Why Does Jewelry Tarnish?

Environmental factors like pollution and humidity are also major players in tarnished jewelry. Depending on which metals are alloyed, some pieces of jewelry can be more reactive than others. You might have heard the term oxidization before - that’s the chemical reaction that happens when certain metals are exposed to oxygen in the atmosphere. In other words, even air plays a part in tarnishing jewelry, and that’s a pretty tough one to avoid.


Storage & Preservation

  • Don’t wear your metal jewelry in the shower or swimming. Water can be very harsh on metals.

  • Avoid storing brass and gold-plated jewelry in the bathroom or humid environments. Humidity is very bad for metals and will cause them to tarnish.

  • To store your metal jewelry, wrap each piece in soft fabric and store in an airtight bag. Try to store each piece separately so that different materials don’t scratch one another.

Cleaning Your Jewelry

  • We suggest using either a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner or mild soap and water on your metal jewelry. Always make sure to wipe off with water and dry your jewelry completely after cleaning.

  • Do not use any products that contain alcohol, this can ruin the finish.

  • If your jewelry is really tarnished, you can use a mix of baking soda, lemon juice and water. Scrub it on with a soft cloth or toothbrush, wipe off, and dry.

  • After cleaning, you can buff your jewelry with a soft cloth to give it a nice finish.

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