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Jewelry Care

Jewelry is more than just an accessory; it holds sentimental value, represents personal style, and often carries cherished memories. From heirloom pieces passed down through generations to trendy fashion jewelry, every piece deserves proper care to maintain its beauty and longevity. Whether you're a jewelry enthusiast or someone who simply wants to make the most out of their precious adornments, understanding jewelry care is essential.



If you’re considering ultrasonic cleaning, it’s best to leave your jewelry in the care of trained jewelers who understand how to use this technology safely. Ultrasonic cleaning can sometimes shake gems loose or chip gemstones if used incorrectly, besides many other issues. Here at Peroni´s

we offer free cleanings and polishings for all pieces purchased with us. It's a life time perk!

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Light and Heat

Just as the sun’s harmful rays can damage our skin, light and heat can affect a colored gemstone’s durability and color. Over time, and in excess, they can also fade or damage some gemstones, such as amethyst, kunzite, topaz and shell cameos. Pearls and other delicate materials, such as ivory, will bleach under extreme exposure to light. Other gems, especially amber, can darken over time when exposed to too much light.



Store your jewelry in a clean, dry space.It’s best to keep your jewelry in a fabric-lined case that has compartments and dividers for your jewelry. This will prevent scratching and tangling. For sterling silver jewelry, get an anti-tarnish bag or cloth to limit exposure to air and moisture.



Hairspray, lotion, and perfume can be damaging to certain types of metals and colored gems. Precious metals like gold, silver, and platinum are especially susceptible to discoloration from these everyday care products. When getting ready in the morning or preparing for a night out, set your jewelry aside, or better yet, leave your jewelry in its case until you’re ready to wear it.

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When in doubt, take it off.

The swimming pool isn’t an ideal place for your fine jewelry. Neither is the gym. Even when preparing a meal or doing household chores, it’s a good idea to store your jewelry in a safe place. Not only will this protect your treasured pieces from harsh chemicals and debris buildup, but it will also help you avoid losing your jewelry. Retrieving your ring from the bottom of a pool drain is a nightmare you should never have to experience.

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