Jewellery Care

Our expert will invite you to take advantage of our care and maintenance services for all fine Jewellry. Choose a topic from our Jewellery Care to learn more.

Gold Care

Gold has always held a pride of place in India. Our classic 22- carat gold jewellery pieces hold sway. Every woman who can afford it, wears gold. However, the demand for gold jewelry in India is insatiable, since Indians adorn not only themselves but also their idols and even ceremonial animals, like elephants, horses or cattle, with gold.

Solid gold will not rust, but frequent use can cause it to lose some of its original luster and accumulate smudges and dirt. To help maintain your gold jewelry’s radiant shine, we recommend cleaning it periodically with a mixture of gentle detergent and warm water. Never expose your gold jewelry to harsh soaps, lotions, or chlorine.

It’s okay to use a brush to remove dirt, as long as you choose one with soft bristles to avoid scratching. After cleaning the surfaces of your gold piece, including the setting and clasp, you can polish your jewelry using a dry, soft cloth, such as the one included with every order shipment from Dhani jewels.

Proper storage is another key to preserving your gold’s beauty. When you’re not wearing it, store each piece in a separate plastic bag or cloth pouch to reduce the occurrence of oxidation and to prevent the gold from getting scratched by other pieces. Twice a year, we recommend that you take your gold pieces to a professional jeweler for an expert inspection and cleaning to keep your gold looking lustrous for years to come.

Silver Care

Pure silver, also called fine silver, is relatively soft, very malleable, and easily damaged so it is commonly combined with other metals to produce a more durable product. The most popular of these alloys is sterling silver, which consists of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent copper.

Its relative softness requires that silver jewelry be treated with extra care to prevent scratching and tarnishing. Keep your sterling silver pieces looking beautiful by following our expert recommendations for care, cleaning, and storage.

Dirt and smudges can be easily removed from silver by dry-polishing the surface with a soft cloth. Avoid coarse towels or fabrics, which can cause scratches. Although soft detergents mixed with warm water are fine, don’t expose your silver to harsh soaps or chemical-based cleansers.

Ensure peace of mind by taking your sterling silver to a professional jeweler twice a year for a comprehensive cleaning. Every few months, you may choose to have your silver piece coated with a layer of rhodium to restore its initial Dhani Jewels.

When your silver jewelry isn’t being worn, prevent tarnish, dullness, and scratching by storing prized pieces in their own soft cloth bag, sealed plastic bag, or non-tarnish jewelry box. Be sure to avoid warm, moist rooms, such as bathrooms and kitchens, opting for a cool, dry area instead.

Gemstone Care

Mined from deep within the earth’s crust and carefully cut and processed by master gemologists, fine gemstones should be treated with care. If your stone starts to look dull or dirty, use a soft, dry cloth to gently polish its surface.

Periodically, you may choose to soak the stone in a mixture of gentle detergent and warm water, and then use a soft-bristled brush to wipe away dirt and oil deposits, avoiding the metal setting to prevent scratching. Finally, rinse the gemstone and dry it with a soft cloth.

Although there are a large number of ultrasonic jewelry cleaners on the market, these are not recommended by professional jewelers, as the harsh chemicals can compromise your more sensitive stones. It’s always best to clean your precious gemstones the same way they were mined—by hand.

Many types of gemstones are extremely resilient and resistant to scratching, but they can still become loosened or chipped when banged against hard surfaces. Avoid wearing your fine gemstones in potentially destructive situations, and store them securely in an individual pouch or bag when you’ve removed them.

Platinum Care

The rarest and most precious metal used in fine jewelry and engagement rings, platinum should be carefully cleaned and maintained to keep it looking its best. Whenever you notice your platinum piece starting to look dull or dirty, let it soak in a gentle jewelry cleaner—never use harsh chemicals or soaps—and then polish it with a soft, dry cloth.

It’s a good idea to take your platinum pieces to an expert jeweler twice a year to have them thoroughly cleaned and inspected. An optional polish will keep your platinum looking glossy, or you may opt to let the metal “age” naturally and develop the matte patina that many consider to be one of platinum’s best attributes.

Unworn platinum jewelry should be kept in a separate container—either a tarnish-free jewelry box, soft cloth bag, or sealable plastic bag—to prevent scratching.

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