How to care for your jewellery
Your new I Circle will be your faithful companion for as long as you take care of it with a few simple steps. When you are not wearing your jewellery, it is best to keep it in the original I Circle case, which is filled with an anti-oxidation fabric, and protect it from moisture. Avoid wearing your jewellery while washing, exercising, swimming in the sea or in the pool. Be aware that creams, perfumes and other chemicals (e.g., disinfectants, household and gardening products) can permanently damage it. Move effortlessly when wearing your I Circle, but remember that accidental bumps, falls and friction on hard surfaces can scratch it.
Jewellery made of 925 sterling silver
- Regardless of the finish of your jewellery (yellow gold, rose gold, rhodium, black rhodium, ruthenium), you should never clean the metal with chemical cleaners. A soft cotton cloth and water are the best solution. If necessary, use a toothbrush with soft bristles and be careful not to rub the jewellery with objects that could scratch it.
- For stones attached to jewellery, whether zircons, Swarovski, rhinestones or resins, use a soft cosmetic applicator to reach the cracks in a light solution of warm water and mild soap, rinse to remove residue and dry with a soft cotton cloth.
- For enamel and ceramics, use warm water and a soft-bristled toothbrush, then wipe with a soft cloth.
Jewellery made of metal alloys or rhodium-plated metal
- In this case, behave as described for silver jewellery.
Jewellery made of brass, bronze or copper
- For jewellery without stones, use a special product to remove the natural oxidation of these metals. Put it on a soft, damp cloth and rub it gently over the item. Then polish it with a soft cloth, rinse it and dry it with a soft cotton cloth.
- For jewellery with stones, enamel or ceramics, make sure that you only apply the product to the metal. Instead, clean stones, enamel or ceramics as recommended for silver jewellery.