If treated right, gold jewelry should last for years.
Here are a few things to keep in mind on a regular basis while wearing gold jewelry.

Gold is soft: Be mindful of your gold jewelry while you wear them.

Chlorine is gold worst enemy: Take your jewelry off before getting in a pool or spa.

Cover or remove while cleaning: Household cleaners may damage your jewelry’s finish.

Put your jewelry on last: Limit the exposure of makeup, perfume, hairspray, and lotions.

Take them off before bathing: A buildup of soap may cause a film on your jewelry.




Prevent damage or loss of your pieces by following our safekeeping tips

Place your jewelry back in its Gemora box or pouch between wearings.

Store your pieces individually; not in contact with other jewelry to avoid scratches.

Close chains and lay them flat to avoid their becoming tangling.






Gemstones are delicate and will chip or shatter on impact with hard surfaces

Take extra care when handling and storing.

Use a soft, dry cloth or very soft brush to wipe any dirt off your gemstones.

Do not wet stones or soak it in water.

Please note that stones that break due to mishandling will not be viewed as faulty.






Preserve the original beauty of your pieces by cleaning your jewelry regularly.

Lightly wipe your jewelry with a jewelry cloth after each wear to avoid any unwanted chemicals on its surface.