• Today's Rate Gold 24 k:  /10g
  • Gold 22 k:  /10g
  • Silver:  /10g
  • Dollar:  

Jewellery Care

At P B Society Jewellers - We believe a jewel represents the most precious moments of a person's life. That's why every P B Society piece comes with a lifetime warranty, a rarity in the industry.

But over the time, the luster of any jewel can wear off. By following some simple tips, your jewellery can be preserved for generations.

  • Remove your jewellery before bathing. Accumulated soap diminishes gold's colour and lusture.
  • After wearing an ornament, wipe it gently with a cotton cloth dabbed with lukewarm water.
  • Avoid washing your jewellery in a wash basin. You might wash away small, loosely-set stones or parts of your ornament.
  • Gently Washing your jewellery in a wash basin.you might wash away small , loosely stones or parts of your ornament.
  • Chlorine can damage your ornaments. So remember to remove all your ornaments before going for a swim.
  • Makeup, hair spray and perfumes cause dullness and loss of colour. So always wear your ornaments last.
  • Keep your jewellery away from sharp objects. Also, remove them while doing physical activities or any other household chore.
  • Grease is harmful to jewellery.Remove it by gently rubbing the surface with alcohol.
  • Get your jewellery polished every six months.when you do,approach a jeweler you can trrust

Tips

All the do’s and dont’s of wearing and caring for jewellery are summarized into ten succinct pointers

1.     Make sure you put your jewellery aside when engaging in activities that might expose it to chemicals (for example, swimming). If you aren't in the habit of removing your jewellery, especially that on your hand, then opt for rubber gloves.

2.     It is advisable to have your bead or pearl necklaces restrung every couple of years, depending on how often you wear them. Ideally, all kinds of studded jewellery should be cleaned at least once a month.

3.     The most recommended way of cleaning jewellery is to use warm mild soap, water solution and a brush with soft bristles. You can then pat it dry with a soft cloth.

4.     Always check your jewellery for loose gems and stones, but don't tug at them or try to put them back by yourself. Visit a jeweler instead.

5.     To protect your silver jewellery, always wrap it in jeweler's tissue and save it in a plastic zip lock bag and seal.

6.     Remember that real silver is a very soft metal and can be damaged by a finger nail or even a wadded piece of fabric. Hence, avoid being too rough with it.

7.     It is necessary to remove gold jewellery before you take a shower. Soap can aid the formation of a film on the jewellery that'll make it appear dull.

8.     Platinum jewellery should always be treated with more care. It should be stored separately and pieces must not touch each other, else they tend to leave scratches.

9.     Jewelry should always be worn after the application of cosmetics as these can affect its shine.

10.  The surface of pearl jewellery is extremely soft and can be scratched by hard metal edges hence must be stored in cotton or something soft.

© 2015 PBSOCIETYJEWELLERS.All Rights Reserved