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The jewellery made of .925 sterling silver have a surface treatment.  These surface treatments will fade over time because of contact with clothes, hard surfaces, sweat, perfume, hairspray, air pollution and others.  The black oxidized layer fades with everyday or very frequent wear.  The gold plating is 2-3 layers of 18 or 14 carat gold that gradually wears off, giving the appearance that it has faded

Everyday or very frequent wear, may speed up this process, especially on items like rings and bracelets, which have more frequent contact with surfaces. When you’re not wearing your jewellery you should keep them in a safe and secure place, like your bedroom.  Do not keep your jewellery in the bathroom because all of the moisture from your shower and sink will make the sterling silver pieces tarnish extra quickly.  Jewellery boxes are a great place to keep your jewellery, but you should keep in mind that it does not protect the sterling silver pieces from tarnishing and oxidation

Avoid direct contact with water and chemical products e.g. soap, perfume, oils, moisturizers and make up can all cause tarnishing and damage and it may dull the finish. Avoid impact with hard surfaces as much as possible

Gently wipe jewellery clean with a soft cloth after each wear to remove make up and oils. The gold plating must get a new gold layer on when needed, and it is advised to check locks and clasps for firmness


Before the first few washings, the dye may rub off on light-colored fabric, upholstery, and leather, so use care when wearing your jeans.  With repeated wearing and washing, the color will pleasantly fade.  Do not wash or dry with white or light colors.  To make the color last longer, wash inside out with cold water and like colors.  Preferable do not tumble dry or at least tumble dry low.  To maintain coating on your jeans, minimal dry cleaning is recommended


Silk is luxury staple in any wardrobe. Dry cleaning is recommended for most pure silk garments and lighter silks like chiffon, and multi-color or hand-dyed prints

While dry cleaning helps maintain the original texture of the fabric, it does carry some risks.  Commonly used cleaning solutions aren’t suited to silk and silks can be damaged if placed in the same vat with rougher fabrics. To make sure your silk gets proper treatment, always tell the dry cleaner that your garment is made from silk and make sure they know how to clean silk. Turn the item inside out and iron on the reverse side.  Use a low setting and don’t use steam, which can leave watermarks. Because many silk garments are hand sewn, take care not to apply pressure to the seams of the garment

Store your silk garment in cotton or other material that can breathe. Avoid plastic, which traps moisture and can cause yellowing and mildew. Gentle care for your silk garment will keep it original suppleness and sheen for years to come


Leather garments should always be professionally cleaned. Garments should be stored in an unzipped bag and kept away from sunlight, if possible, to prevent fading


If the fur gets wet when exposed to rain or snow, simply shake it of and hang it to dry in a well-ventilated room. Never dry it with a hair dryer or other artificial heat sources.  Avoid spraying chemicals such as perfume or hairspray directly on the fur. Please be aware that since the fur is cut and knitted by hand a small amount of leftover hair will fall of within the first 1-2 weeks. Store your fur in an ample space away from direct sunlight and do not store in unbreathable bags. PROFESSIONAL FUR DRY CLEANING ONLY