Jewelries care instructions


Diamonds may be the hardest substance known, but your precious diamond jewelry purchase still needs the proper care and cleaning periodically.


Diamond jewelry is best stored separately to avoid becoming scratched or damaged. Store your diamonds in individual jewelry cases, preferably in the original Adorri® store given at purchase time, cloth pouches or in a fabric-lined jewelry box with separate dividers and compartments.


Lotions, soaps, powders, perfumes and hair spray can diminish a diamond's sparkle. To clean your jewelry at home, be careful not to use abrasives (including toothpaste!) that can dull the setting.

We suggest having your diamond jewelry professionally cleaned at least once a year.


We recommend having your jeweler check the setting for loose stones, bent prongs or signs of wear. This can be done at the same time as the professional cleaning.


Your cultured pearls should be protected from contact with metal or harder gems, and stored in a fabric-lined jewelry box, preferably in the original Adorri® store given at purchase time, or in cloth pouch, or wrapped in a soft cloth.

Since cultured pearls are organic gems, they are part water. Keep them away from excessive heat or intense lighting as this can dry them out and lead to discoloration and cracking. Occasionally cleaning with a dampened clean cloth helps them retain their moisture.

Put on your cultured pearls after using hairspray, cosmetics, and even perfume. Excessive exposure to such chemicals can cause damage to them.

Never use an ultrasonic cleaner, steamer, or ammonia to clean your cultured pearls. Use warm, mild soapy water. Rinse and lay your cultured pearls flat on a towel to dry.

If you were your cultured pearls on a regular basis, it's a good idea to restring them about once a year, only by the professional jeweler from the store you purchased it.


To avoid chipping or breakage, avoid wearing jewelry while taking part in sports or during strenuous activities. Remove jewelry before going into a swimming pool or hot tub.

The cumulative effect of repeated exposure to even small amounts of harsh chemicals such as chlorine and bleach could cause gold to become brittle, causing breaks and loosening of prongs.