Care Advice For Jewellery


Jewellery

Congratulations you are the owner of a superb piece of Newbridge Silverware which has been created to the highest standards of design and excellence.

All the products are individual and with a little care you can maintain the beauty and lustre of your piece.

Wearing Jewellery

  • Jewellery should be put on last and taken off first when dressing.
  • Care should be taken when removing jewellery to prevent catching in clothing.
  • Contact with chemicals may cause corrosion of the surface. Jewellery should only be put on after you finish with hairspray, perfume, make-up, soaps and body lotions.
  • Do not allow your jewellery to come into contact with bleaches or water containing chlorine.
  • Hard contact, for example knocking against objects, could cause scratches, chips and other damage.

Storing Jewellery

  • Keep your jewellery in the original packaging.
  • Store your jewellery separately to avoid scratching.

Cleaning Jewellery

  • As jewellery is sometimes delicate, cleaning should always be approached with care.
  • Wearing jewellery inevitably gathers a build up of natural oils from the skin, polishing with a dry piece of cotton after wear will help maintain the original lustrous finish.
  • Cleaning the item with an abrasive material or liquid jewellery dips will diminish the coating causing the acceleration of the tarnish process.

Watches

Congratulations you are the owner of a superb watch by Newbridge Silverware which has been created to the highest standards of design and excellence.

All the items are individually made and with a little care you can maintain the beauty and lustre of your piece.

Wearing Watches

  • Watches should be put on last and taken off first when dressing.
  • Care should be taken when removing watches to prevent catching in clothing.
  • Contact with chemicals may cause corrosion of the surface. Watches should only be put on after you finish with hairspray, perfume, make- up, soaps and body lotions.
  • Do not allow your watch to come into contact with bleaches or water containing chlorine.
  • Hard contact, for example knocking against objects, could cause scratches, chips and other damage.

Storing Watches

  • Keep your watches in the original packaging.
  • Store your watches separately to avoid scratching.

Cleaning Watches

  • As watches are sometimes delicate, cleaning should always be approached with care.
  • Wearing watches inevitably gathers a build up of natural oils from the skin, polishing with a dry piece of cotton after wear will help maintain the original lustrous finish.
  • Cleaning the item with an abrasive material or jewellery liquid dips will diminish the coating causing the acceleration of the tarnish process.

Failure to comply with the above guidelines could invalidate your warranty.