How can you not damage your expensive jewelry
Of course, many designs fall into this category and none of the parts are designed to withstand rigorous sports or activities. Although they try to make sure that their rings can be as robust as possible, since rings tend to take the worst blow when it comes to being beaten around.
So what can you do?
Here are some of our common sense tips for your rings, earrings, necklaces and bracelets:
Make sure that your jewelry is the last thing you wear and the first thing you take off. No exceptions. Jewelry can damage your pretty (and expensive) sweater, but your clothing can also ruin your jewelry if you catch it and are not careful. A little tip for you naughty people with tine rings that often ignore this: swing the stone into your palm and make a fist when you pass your arm through a sweater.
Peel off your jewelry before you do anything that forces you to exercise on rock. Not only do your teammates thank you for removing your jewelry, you can easily bend a prong, open a jump ring, or lose a stone or pendant if you're not careful. This also prevents your jewelry from being completely scratched.
Do not spray perfume over jewelry; We often do not know what crazy chemicals are in our perfumes and we have no idea if they could affect the patina or stones in one piece, but our advice is: don't risk it.
Never and never... put your rings in your jeans pocket. Trust us this time. Our colleagues have done it too often and bent our rings so if they were not jewellers, it would have to either send someone to make it expensive, or just throw it away.
Don't let it lie on the floor. Do you want to do yoga? Get a jewelry tray or a ring holder for your bedside table and use it. Don't be tempted to take your rings off and place them next to you on the floor. If you leave it on the ground, we guarantee that you will tread on it and a bloody murder, both over horrible foot pains and over your now nicely curved ring. Or someone else is going to be in big trouble for something that's not really their fault.
Wear it regularly to prevent the start-up. Wear it less regularly if you want to prolong the oxidized finish or get a liver of sulfur.
Buy or make yourself a jewelry hanger where you can store your necklaces. Spending thousands of minutes to unravel the fine chain is the least amount of fun that a person can have.