Overtime jewellery, especially if worn everyday may become worn and scratched. It is important to have your pieces checked periodically to ensure security of any stones and how the metal is wearing. Jane is happy to service pieces that she has made as well as other heirloom pieces you may have.

She can advise on any repairs and polish them up for you to keep them looking their best.

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There are also thing you can do at home to help maintain your jewellery. Dirt and grime can build up on your rings, underneath settings and around stones, this can cause the stones to look dull. 

To clean at home you can soak your jewellery in warm to hot water for 20-30 minutes. After soaking you can use a soft toothbrush with a little washing up liquid to remove the dirt and grime. Once dried you can finish with a soft polishing cloth. If you still find a build up of dirt or the metal is scratched we are always happy to give your pieces a professional clean and polish. 

When to remove your jewellery:

- At the Gym
- Beauty Regime
- In Water
- Using Harsh Chemicals