Jewelry Care

  • Silver, oxidized silver, Solid gold, gold filled jewelry can be cleaned with mild soapy water and a soft brush.  Then dry it thoroughly and lightly polish with a soft, clean cloth. 
  • In addition, Jewel Brite Biodegradable Tarnish Remover,  a biodegradable jewelry cleaning paste, works great to remove tarnish.
  • Ketchup, yes, I said ketchup, can be used to clean jewelry made of solid copper and jewelry made of oxidized copper. the ketchup on the door of your refrigerator.  Simply use an old toothbrush and ketchup to thoroughly clean the jewelry before rinsing it off with cool or lukewarm water and BLING!
  • Additionally, you can use a Basso agent and a sterling silver cloth to make your copper jewelry restore its patina, shine, and glisten.
  • For plated jewelry, vermeil jewelry, and jewelry made from other materials, only use a soft, clean cloth with a gentle wiping motion.
  • I strongly suggest removing any jewelry you're wearing when handling chemicals, cosmetics, chlorinated water, and anything that isn't safe for your skin. Take off jewelry when pieces are at risk for rough handling or striking hard surfaces.  Softer gems like pearls, opals, emeralds, and other semi-precious stones should be handled with extra caution.  Remove it if in doubt!

I happily service all our jewelry exclusively created and curated by the Corinthia Peoples brand.  Additional services like resizing and repairs may need to be sent out for repair, if not, we offer repair service at a nominal charge for jewelry exclusively created / curated by the Corinthia Peoples brand.

Anything you treasure should be insured. We strongly suggest you contact your homeowner's/renter's insurance or take out a standalone policy to protect your most valuable pieces.