Jewelry Care

Caring for your jewelry and cord bracelets with solid gold accessories is important to ensure their longevity and maintain their appearance. Here's a care guide for such jewelry:

Protect Your Jewelry from Damage

Do not subject jewelry to mechanical shocks: bumps, hits, sudden impacts or collisions. These unexpected impacts can potentially cause irreversible damage to the delicate structure and intricate design of your cherished pieces. Handle bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and chains with care as rough handling of the closure system can lead to damage.

Avoid Harsh Chemicals

Remove your bracelet before engaging in activities that involve exposure to harsh chemicals, such as cleaning agents, perfumes, and hair sprays. Chemicals can cause discoloration and damage to the gold, cord, pearls, glass crystals or semiprecious stones. 

Clean Regularly

Clean your 14K solid gold, cord bracelet, crystals or semiprecious stones periodically to remove accumulated dirt and oils. Use a soft cloth or a mild jewelry cleaning solution.

Store Properly

When not wearing your bracelet, store it in a separate jewelry pouch or box to prevent scratches and tangling. Keep it away from other jewelry to avoid potential damage. Remove your jewelry before going to bed as during sleep, you may inadvertently damage, deform, scratch, or break them. Do not expose your jewelry to sunlight for extended periods as they may lose their shine or become discolored.

Avoid Moisture

Remove your bracelet before swimming, bathing, or participating in activities that involve excessive moisture. Water and humidity can affect both the gold components and the cord material.

Gentle Cord Care

If your bracelet has a cord component, be gentle when handling it. Avoid pulling or stretching the cord excessively, as this can weaken it over time. If the cord gets wet, allow it to air dry completely before wearing it again. If your bracelet has multiple strands or components, take care to prevent them from tangling. Gently untangle any knot to avoid stressing the cord or the gold elements.

Protect from Scratches

Be mindful of surfaces that may cause scratches to the gold components. Store your bracelet away from abrasive materials to maintain its shine. Loss of shine or tarnishing is a natural process that can be recovered through a special washing. Do not wear jewelry during sports activities, household chores, or other activities where they may get scratched, damaged, deformed, or even broken.

Inspect Regularly

Periodically inspect your 14K gold accessories, including pendants and gold balls, for any signs of damage or loose components. If you notice any issues, address them promptly to prevent further damage.

Professional Cleaning

Consider professional cleaning for your 14K gold components periodically. Jewelers have specialized equipment to clean and polish gold, ensuring it retains its luster.


Care should be taken with many natural gemstones, as they tend to be delicate. It is advisable to steer clear of hot water, harsh chemicals, and strong cleaners when handling or cleaning them. After wearing your gemstones, ensure to clean them using a soft, clean, and damp cloth.

Pearls and glass crystals

Preserve the natural luster of your pearls and glass crystals by using a soft, dry cloth for cleaning.


Clean it regularly with a soft cloth. For a deeper clean, use a mild soap and water solution. Avoid harsh chemicals, store it separately, and periodically inspect for any issues. Remember to remove it before activities involving moisture, and consider professional cleaning for a thorough restoration. These simple steps will help maintain the brilliance and quality of your 14K gold pendant.

Please note:

For solid gold, known for its enduring quality, it's essential to note that while the gold itself lasts indefinitely, the cord of the bracelet may not share the same longevity. Unlike gold, cords can wear over time. While we can guarantee the enduring nature of 14K solid gold, the cord's durability is subject to factors such as usage frequency and exposure to elements.

Unlike gold-plated items, which may lose color over time due to their more delicate nature, 14K gold remains resistant to tarnish and discoloration. Nevertheless, maintaining the brilliance of your 14K gold jewelry is crucial. Factors such as exposure to chemical products, the wearer's level of perspiration, and individual skin pH levels can influence the jewelry's appearance over time.

To ensure the longevity of your 14K gold jewelry and the accompanying cord, it's important to practice suitable care and be mindful of the factors that can affect the overall condition of the piece.

Regular inspection and gentle cleaning can help preserve the beauty of both the gold and the cord components of your bracelet.