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All of our pieces are lovingly created using 925 Sterling Silver, 18ct White Gold, 18ct Yellow Gold, 18ct Rose Gold & Precious Stones.
Your diamond will last forever, but special care should be given to cleaning and storing to maintain its brilliance and sparkle.
To help keep their lustre, gently clean with a mild cleaning solution, rinse thoroughly with water and dry with a soft cloth.
Remember, try not to wear your diamond when doing rough work. Even though diamonds are durable, they can be chipped by a hard knock.
When Silver is not being worn, store it away in either our SIWD Jewellery Box or an air tight bag to help maintain it and to get the most from your product.
To maintain the shine on your silver, avoid contact with perfume, hairspray and domestic cleaning products. Also, if your silver comes into contact with water dry it immediately.
Gold Plated Care
To enjoy your gold plated pieces for years to come, polish regularly with a chemical free soft cloth to bring out its vibrant shine. Avoid the traditional polishing cloth as this will scratch the plating off. It’s also best to store your gold plated jewellery separately to avoid discolouration from other metal types.
Top Tips and Tricks
Remove jewellery when bathing, showering or swimming
Avoid any direct contact with body lotions, perfumes, domestic cleaning products or any other chemicals.
Remove jewellery before going to bed to avoid catching it.
Your jewellery can react to sunlight or extreme body heat, take it off in the sun, when using a sauna or exercising.
Clean your jewellery after each use with our Anti Tarnish Cloth, except on gold plated jewellery as this will strip away the plating.
Are you using more hand sanitiser since the start of the current pandemic? Due to the high alcohol content it can tarnish your metal jewellery quicker.
If you are super organised and your item won't be gifted for a while, we advise to firstly check the purchase is correct/not faulty. Keep the box open or ideally keep it in an air tight bag to avoid the item tarnishing.
What is tarnishing, and why does it happen?
As your metals react to chemicals such as oxygen and sulphur the metals undergo a process known as oxidisation. Silver is especially reactive to the sulphur and this reaction is what causes the dreaded Tarnish. This starts with a dullness or a slight golden colour, eventually resulting in a black coating on the metal.
Take care of your Say it With Diamonds piece, and it will stay precious for years to come…