The way to Make Heirloom Jewelry Last


Heirloom Jewelry is not just a piece of jewelry, this is a special work, there are many stories. Heirloom Jewelry is defined as jewelry, is passed down by generations of his family. Due to wear and age, the heirloom’s beautiful jewels tend to worsen. It is important to know how it will hurt your jewelry and how to protect jewelry.


Moisture can cause rust and contribute to loss in cluster of some jewelry types like rhinestones jewelry. Take your heirloom jewelry off before swimming. Sea water, chlorine, or sweat can affect loosen or discolor metals like gold and platinum. Sunscreen, bug spray, or lotions can also make heirloom jewelry dull.



Certain strong chemicals can damage certain metals or stones. Before you clean jewelry on your own, make sure you know what type of materials the jewelry consists of. Veer away from anything that contains ammonia, alcohol or acids as it can damage your jewelry. Our personal favorite jewelry cleaner is Simple Shine.


Remove your heirloom jewelry when doing household chores. Cleaning, gardening or other day to day activities can scratch, chip, or damage your jewelry. Also, keep your jewelry stored separately as metals and stones can scratch each other.

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Store your heirloom jewelry in pouches made of soft clothes, zip locks bags, or box with compartments/dividers. Curio cabinet is good for storing larger number of jewelry. Heirloom jewelry should also be stored in clean, and dry places; away from sunlight. Note, oak storage boxes can develop moisture with humidity and start the corrosion process for metals.