Giannis Jewellery pieces are crafted to last a lifetime. However, with normal wear, proper care is required to keep it looking good. To help with this, we have created this Jewellery care guide to help you take proper care of your pieces. Of course, you can always reach out to us if anything is unclear or you are unsure of exactly what to do.
Many people don’t know how to properly protect their jewellery pieces and this is understandable, you are not a jewellery expert! We have put together a few easy tips to help you out:
Remove Jewellery When Doing Manual Work: The best way to avoid physical damage to your jewellery is to remove it whenever you are doing manual work. This will avoid scratches, bumps and exposure to a range of household or workplace chemicals.
Put Jewellery on Last: Jewellery can often succumb to everyday cosmetics, hairspray, perfumes and body lotion which often contain chemicals that can be harmful to the pieces. A simple tip to avoid this happening to is apply all of those first and then put the jewellery on last.
Jewellery in the Pool and Spa: Jewellery wasn’t designed to go swimming. Chlorinated water is typically bad for jewellery so it’s a good idea to take it off when getting into a spa or a pool.
Your Jewels Can’t Take a Big Tackle: Jewellery isn’t designed to withstand a huge impact, nor is the person at the other end of that impact, so it’s probably a good idea to take it off before you start that sport.