Jewelry Care
Pascal's Jewelry care
  • When should I remove my jewelry
Fine jewelry should be the last thing you put on before you leave the house and the first thing you take off when you get home.
It is "fine" and delicate, and should be treated as such. For rings, gently remove them from the sides, and never from the top stone.
We suggest removing jewelry before swimming, as chemicals used to treat pools may damage jewelry and cooler temperatures can cause your finger size to reduce, and may cause rings to come off the finger.
It is also best to remove your jewelry before showering, as soaps, shampoos, etc. can get caught in earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings.
If you prefer to keep your jewelry on, it is important to stay on top of routine maintenance.
When you remove your jewelry for bed, swimming, showering, and any other activity that may affect the integrity of your piece, please store each piece individually to avoid tangling and scratching. Please keep in mind, solid gold is durable but malleable, and scratches are expected with time and wear.
  • How should I clean my jewelry
For light cleaning, we recommend using mild dish soap and warm water, or a branded jewelry wipe. For deeper cleaning, we recommend using an Ultrasonic Cleaner, which is ideal for removing tiny particles that get trapped in hard to reach areas