General Care


Over time, jewelry can become a treasured family heirloom if it is cared for properly. 

Exposure to dust, body perspiration and general outside world interferences can over time damage your jewelry, resulting in duller gemstones and wearing down the metals on your jewelry. 

Professional cleanings are recommended as often as once a year, you should seek the expertise of a reputable jewelry cleaner to help maintain your jewelry.

Precious metals tarnishes and can become damaged when exposed to harsh chemicals such as washing up liquids or if worn during physical exertion resulting in body perspiration. Please exercise common sense to help protect your jewelry.

Washing Jewlery

GOLDWINTER recommends washing jewelry by hand in warm water with a mild detergent such as mild soap.

All jewelry should not be left to soak in water. To avoid spotting, it is important to dry your jewelry immediately after washing.

Polishing Jewelry

 Use a soft cloth to apply the polish. Rub each piece gently but firmly lengthwise, using straight, even strokes. You may use a small brush (like a toothbrush with natural bristles) for decorative trim or borders. Wash in sudsy water, being sure to remove all the polish. Rinse well in warm water, dry thoroughly and buff gently with a soft cloth.

Storing Jewelry

It is recommended you never store jewelry where it can easily be exposed to sunlight or at risk to general damage from the world.

To this effect, inside a container such as the one sent by GOLDWINTER with your order is recommend.