Product Care

Diamonds are Forever

And with simple care, you can ensure they stay bright and sparkly for years to come. Diamonds are the hardest material and should be stored individually, without being in contact with other diamonds.

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how to take care of your beautiful pieces

Diamonds are forever and with simple care you can ensure they stay bright and sparkly for the years to come. Diamonds are the hardest material and should be stored individually, without being in contact with other diamonds.

diamond care

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Caring for diamond jewelry is essential to maintain its beauty and longevity. Here are some tips for diamond jewelry care

regular cleaning

To keep your diamond jewelry sparkling, clean it regularly. You can use a mild solution of warm water and a gentle dish soap. Soak the jewelry for a few minutes, then gently scrub it with a soft brush, such as a toothbrush, to remove dirt and grime.

avoid harsh chemicals

Even though diamonds are durable, they can still be affected by harsh chemicals.

Avoid exposing your diamond jewelry to chemicals such as chlorine, bleach, and household cleaning agents.

These substances can damage the metal setting or discolor the diamond.

store safely

When you're not wearing your diamond jewelry, store it in a soft cloth pouch or a separate compartment in a jewelry box to prevent scratches or damage.

Alternatively, you can store your Trellis rings and other jewelry in our beautiful Trellis pouches.

separate storage

To prevent scratches and tangling, store diamond jewelry separately from other jewelry pieces. Diamonds are incredibly hard and can scratch other gemstones or metals

be mindful

Avoid wearing your diamond jewelry whilst engaging in activities that could expose it to potential damage.

E.g. while doing household chores, gardening, exercising, or swimming. Diamonds can chip or become loose if exposed to excessive force or impact.

avoid touching the diamond

When handling your diamond jewelry, try to avoid touching the diamond directly with your fingers.

The natural oils on your skin can leave smudges on the diamond's surface, diminishing its brilliance. Instead, hold the jewelry by the metal parts or use a soft cloth when necessary.