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Care tips

This is how you look after your memory jewel


Wearing instructions

Contact with a lot of water (including salt water), sweat, chemical substances, strong heat and sunlight should be avoided.

I therefore recommend taking off your jewelry when showering, bathing, swimming, exercising, sunbathing and before going to bed.

Rings should be removed before washing your hands and should not come into contact with cream or the like.

It is normal for sterling silver to tarnish over time. However, this tarnishing is accelerated by contact with, for example, perfume, salty air, sulfur, skin creams, hairspray and chlorine, as well as by the acidic pH values of the skin. Tarnishing is therefore not a manufacturing defect.



I recommend cleaning the jewelry occasionally with a soft cloth slightly dampened with soapy water. In this way, contamination is removed and tarnishing of the metals can be avoided or eliminated.

Please never clean the jewelry with alcoholic cleaners or nail polish remover!

Some pieces of jewelry are painted, which permanently damages this layer and also the casting resin.



The jewelry should be stored away from direct sunlight and heat, but please do not store it in a box or something similar completely in the dark, as in rare cases this can lead to dark yellowing!


Please do not store jewelry in the bathroom!

Sterling silver

Sterling silver

Silver is a very soft and sensitive precious metal that reacts with oxygen in the air and naturally tarnishes (oxidizes). Moist and salty air in particular causes silver to oxidize more quickly. For this reason, please follow the care instructions. Over time, bracelets and necklaces can lose their shine and become dull due to dust and dirt.


The more scratches occur on the soft silver, the faster the jewelry becomes dull. These are normal signs of wear and are therefore not grounds for complaint. When wearing your jewelry, avoid contact with sharp-edged objects. Polish your piece of jewelry with a silver polishing cloth and it will shine again.

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