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Sterling Silver Care

Keep in a cool, dark place away from sunlight, heat and moisture. Moisture  accelerates tarnishing.

If dirty, wash your  sterling silver or silver alloy jewelry by hand in hot, sudsy water as soon as possible after use. Rinse well in clear hot water and hand-dry immediately and thoroughly. For silver that is tarnished, clean with a good quality silver polish cloth or silver polish and avoid "dip" polishes.

Semi-Precious/ Precious Stone and Gem Care

Keep in a cool, dark place away from sunlight, heat, and moisture. Moisture accelerates tarnishing.

Semi-precious stones can be cleaned with warm soapy water. Dip your stone into the water for a few seconds and use a jewelry cleaning brush to gently remove any build-up around the stone. When doing this, if your stone is in a setting take care not to loosen or disturb the jewelry setting.

Acrylic and Stainless Steel Care


It's not recommended to sleep in acrylic pieces so it's best to removed before bed. Acrylic can scratch so keep away from sharp objects. Acrylic jewelry should be  the last thing you put on before leaving the house. Acrylic is heat sensitive and heat from blowdryer or other heat sources  can damage the acrylic and should be avoided. Keep away from harsh chemicals, as it can discolor acrylic.

Clean with a microfiber cloth and if soiled clean with mild hand soap and water. Dry thoroughly.

Stainless Steel:

Stainless steel jewelry is made of a steel alloy that contains chromium. The good thing about stainless steel is that it does not corrode or rust. Although it is also very durable, this type of steel can get scratched and stained.

Clean with a microfiber cloth and if soiled clean with mild hand soap and water. Dry thoroughly.

Can I shower with my jewelry or wear it in the pool?

The three aspects of your jewelry to consider before bringing it into the bubble bath or shower are:

Mechanical, Metal, Mineral

All jewelry has nooks or crannies that might trap water, such as stone settings, hollow silver beads, jewelry that is threaded on jewelry wire, or beads glued in place. If any of these features are present it is best not to wear them in water. 


Nizhóní Jewelry Design LLC will not repair jewelry that sustained damages due to water or chemicals exposure.

Some stones are more delicate than others. Genuine natural gems and stones such as amber, coral, jet, shell, and pearl shouldn’t come into contact with chemicals at all. This includes household cleaners and perfume.

Turquoise, opals, emeralds, lapis lazuli, malachite, enamel pieces, and peridots also don’t like chemicals.


For Necklaces & Chokers:

Measure in inches the length of a chain you already have or use a soft tape measure around your neck to where you want your chain or pendant to lay on your neck.


Bracelets & Anklets :

Wrap a soft measuring tape around your wrist leaving room to add one finger so your bracelet won’t be too tight or loose.


Measure size of your ankle, measure it again, but add a finger in place to get the new size. This way, your anklet won't be too tight or too loose.


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