Jewellery care tips

Lustre and Durability : Understanding Your Metals

The longevity of your jewellery can vary depending on a number of factors, such as skin acidity and the application of cosmetic or alcoholic products (cream, perfume, etc.).

Our jewellery is designed and manufactured by French companies renowned for their exceptional finesse and quality. It has a life expectancy of at least 10 years, retaining its brilliance and shine when used in accordance with the care instructions. 

18-Carat Gold-Plated

Our gold-plated jewellery is coated with 3 microns to 5 microns of 18-carat gold and finished with a layer of 24-carat fine gold to give it even more sparkle. 

925 Rhodium Silver

Silver jewellery is made from solid 925 silver coated with a thin layer of rhodium to prevent darkening and preserve all its original brilliance and sparkle. 

Stainless Steel

Our stainless steel jewellery is made from a robust, corrosion-resistant alloy and is carefully polished for exceptional durability, while being hypoallergenic.

Before the Big Clean : Essential Preparation

Before you start cleaning your jewellery, be sure to follow these recommendations to preserve its brilliance and longevity :

Prohibited Chemical Products

Avoid contact with chemical or corrosive products. These substances can damage the finish of your jewellery and reduce its brilliance. 

Ban Abrasive Tools

Stay away from abrasive tools such as scouring sponges and wire brushes, as they can scratch and damage your jewellery. 

Take Your Time

Choose a time when you can devote yourself fully to cleaning your jewellery using gentle methods. 

Miracle Products : Choose The Right Cleaner

Discover our selection of the best products and methods for safely cleaning your jewellery and keeping it looking its best. 

Gentle Soap

To create a light cleaning solution, add a few drops of mild soap to water. Rub with your fingers to remove dirt. Rinse with clean water and blot with a soft cloth. 

Warm Water

Warm water is your first ally in removing light dirt. Simply soak your jewellery in warm water to soften it. Wipe your jewellery with an absorbent paper towel to remove any drops.

Baking Soda

Make a paste (1/4 water diluted with 2 tbsp bicarbonate of soda). Apply it to your jewellery and rub gently to remove any impurities. Rinse well and dry with a microfibre cloth. 


Chamois is the simplest and most effective way to wipe your jewellery. A soft one is ideal for wiping your jewellery after cleaning. This ensures that they are perfectly dry and free from traces of water. 

Specialised Detergent

If your jewellery requires more intensive cleaning, use a special detergent for each material. Follow the product instructions for best results. 

White Vinegar

For stubborn stains, mix one part white vinegar with three parts warm water. Soak your jewellery for a few minutes. Then scrub gently with a soft brush and dry.


In addition to its pleasant smell, lemon is very effective for cleaning jewellery. Just a few drops soaked in a microfibre cloth will leave your jewellery looking as good as new. Rinse and air dry. 


Toothpaste can be a good cleaning agent. Apply a small non-bleaching amount to a soft cloth. Rub to remove tarnish. Rinse with warm water and dry with a clean cloth.

Meudon White

Nothing could be simpler than this old recipe, which involves using a wrung-out cloth dipped in a little blanc de meudon to clean your jewellery. Rub and everything shines!

As with all jewellery, leave them to rest by removing them in the evening and when you're doing sports. To keep them sparkling, we recommend cleaning them regularly.

Keep your jewellery away from moisture and light in a clean room, preferably in its individual pouch for long wear.

Precautions For Your Precious Jewellery : Caring For The Stones

Jewellery adorned with precious stones requires special care to preserve its brilliance and beauty. 

To clean them safely, we recommend mixing lukewarm water with a small amount of mild soap. Using a very soft brush, gently scrub the jewellery, especially around precious stones and in hard-to-reach corners. 

Rinse the jewellery thoroughly with clean water to remove any soap residue. Make sure the water is not too hot to avoid thermal shock, which could weaken certain stones. 

Dry your jewellery with a soft, lint-free cloth.

After cleaning, store your jewellery with precious stones separately to avoid any scratches. You can use our Bali organic cotton pouch, specially supplied with each order, for safe storage.