Caring For Your Jewellery

Sterling Silver requires care to preserve its appearance and longevity. Sterling silver can tarnish if exposed to salty air, chlorine, sulfur, humidity, perspiration, cosmetics, bleach and strong chemicals. Gold can lose lustre if exposed to household bleach and other cleaning products, which will quickly cause gold to discolour and possibly disintegrate.

To keep your piece in as best condition as possible, we recommend that you store your fine jewellery in a safe, dry place when engaging in the following activities:

— Household chores
— Showering, bathing or swimming in pools, hot tubs, hot springs and the sea
— Using hair products, fragrances and other cosmetics
— Exercising during sports or at the gym
— Cooking

The Bunney cloth or pouch included with our products is designed specially to prevent tarnish and discolouration.

In the 1890s a new method to clean and polish Victorian silverware was developed in Lancashire. Taking advantage of the local pure, soft Pennine water and the high-quality cotton woven in nearby mills, an impregnated silver polishing cloth was created. This was a new combination of an already successful polishing liquid, and the soft cotton so readily to hand.

Produced for us by the originators of the impregnated polishing cloth, and suitable for all types of gold, platinum and silver, storing your item in this pouch with help prevent tarnish. This can also function as a polishing cloth should you need to restore some shine to your article.

The cloth is reusable and designed to last, remaining effective as long as it is not washed. reserved for celebrities; classic portraiture let loose on the unconventional and nonconformist inhabitants of outsider culture. They are people worthy of our attention in part because they are anything but celebrities.