Your jewellery is an important part of your life, and can also be a significant investment. So it pays to take care of it as well as you can. Here are some simple guidelines to help ensure your precious jewellery lasts for a long time to come.


Ø      Remove jewellery before sleeping to avoid accidental damage.


Ø      Items should be stored separately to avoid scratching.


Ø      Non-flexible items should be laid flat when not being worn.


Ø      Direct contact with perfumes and hairspray may cause discolouration of jewellery.


Ø      Hollow items may dent under impact or pressure, and should be treated with care.


Ø      Quality cleaning solutions are available from all RJI stores. Our sales staff will be happy to advise you.


Ø      Jewellery should be removed when bathing as swimming pools have chemicals that can be harmful to jewellery/pearls.


Ø      Beware when using domestic cleaning products as chemical agents can erode precious metals and stones.


Ø      All stone settings should be checked every 12 months to ensure the stones are secure.


Ø      Pearls – wear pearls after applying make-up, hairsprays, or perfume. Also store pearls in a jewellery box or soft cloth to prevent scratching.


Ø      White gold jewellery is rhodium plated to enhance its lustre. Items may require re-plating after sufficient wear.


Body Jewellery

Ø      Body jewellery should be sterilised before use.

Ø      Our body jewellery can not be used for piercing.

Ø      Follow care instructions from the professional piercer.

Ø      Allow piercing to fully heal before inserting new body jewellery.

Ø      Our 9ct gold body jewellery does not contain nickel.

Ø      Ball ends should be checked daily.

Ø      Toe rings should not be pulled apart or squeezed together when placing on toe. This may cause the gold to crack or stones to fall out.

Ø      Anklets can be broken if caught on stockings or shoes.



Ø      Direct contact with perfumes/hairsprays and chemical agents can affect plating.

Ø      Any battery change for a watch under the warranty period should be made at store of purchase if possible.

Ø      Watches should not be worn in bed where a magnetic underlay is used.

Ø      30–50m is suitable for light swimming (not in the ocean).

Ø      100m is suitable for swimming including surf swimming (unless under exceptionally rough conditions).

Ø      200m watersports watches are suitable for diving.


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