Diamond Care Tips


Contrary to common belief, diamonds aren't indestructible, and proper care is essential to ensure the longevity of your prized possessions. Follow these guidelines to maintain the brilliance and beauty of your diamond ring for years to come.


  1. Regular Cleaning for Lasting Radiance:

Keep your jewellery sparkling by cleaning it regularly. Invest in an affordable ultrasonic cleaner, available online for $60-$100. Alternatively, use a soft toothbrush under warm running water to gently clean the diamond. A toothpick can help reach tricky areas between claws, ensuring a thorough cleaning.


  1. Annual Check-ups for Optimal Condition:

Schedule an annual check-up to assess the condition of your ring. This ensures there are no loose stones or damage, aligning with our warranty requirements. Regular checks will maximize the life of your diamond jewellery.


  1. Metal Maintenance for Timeless Shine:

Over time, rings may show signs of wear. If the metal loses its lustre, consider repolishing or recoating every few years at minimal cost. Bring your ring back to its original brilliance by booking a polish session with us.


  1. Chemical-Free Zone for Your Diamonds:

Diamonds don't appreciate chemicals. Avoid exposing your jewellery to household chemicals like bleach. Remove your jewellery before engaging in activities such as cleaning, dishwashing, or gardening to preserve its metal integrity.


  1. Proper Storage Preserves Beauty:

When storing jewellery, avoid tossing pieces together in a bag or pouch. To prevent scratching, wrap each piece in tissue before storage. Mindful storage practices protect individual pieces from unnecessary wear and tear.


  1. Resizing and Repairs:

Address sizing issues promptly by consulting a professional jeweller. If damage or setting issues arise, timely repairs are crucial to prevent further harm. Book a resize or repair service with us for personalized care.


  1. Mindfulness Ensures Longevity:

Handle your jewellery with care. Many clients have returned with damaged rings due to accidental impacts. Practice mindfulness to avoid banging your ring against surfaces, preventing damage to claws or bands.


Caring for your diamond jewellery is an investment in its longevity and continued beauty. Follow these tips to ensure your pieces shine just as brilliantly as the day you acquired them.

Back to blog