How to properly clean your jewels
Life gives many occasions on which we can proudly show our precious jewels.
We can expose more skin during the summer and let the light shine on our bodies. We know, however, that creams, sunscreen, and sweat can create an unsightly patina on jewels, as time, dust, and use can dull their natural shine. So what to do to restore them to their splendor?
It's easy to find many "DYI" and professional suggestions online. Some are fair and quite effective, but only when used on certain materials; for others, however, they can be very harmful.
Natural stones and pearls are very delicate, so treating them like gold and silver can do significant damage if you do not have a thorough knowledge of the material.
It is possible to clean your jewels at home with excellent results, but relying on your trusted jeweler will give you guaranteed outcomes. Thanks to the appropriate tools and methods, your precious item will shine again, and your jeweler can check and evaluate the general integrity of the object. During the cleaning, your jeweler will check for flaws in the gem setting, the clasps, and the ends of necklaces or bracelets.
If you need more information on what kind of materials are present in your jewel and how to clean them, do not hesitate to contact us.
The history of Biscioni Gioielli started in 1871, and it's a tale about tradition and craftsmanship, intertwined to form a design whose contours are the same as the Florence skyline.
In a market-oriented foreign production, Biscioni Gioielli still crafts its jewels in its artisan workshop on Ponte Vecchio, faithful to its Italian excellence roots.
Jewels are the opportunity to hold a dream in your hands, wear it, and recognize it in the admiring gaze of those who see it—a hidden yet full of meanings treasure.