Professional Tips

MAINTENANCE AND CARE TIPS:

DIAMOND

Diamonds are graded according to 4Cs grading standard. These 4Cs are diamond weight (Carat), cutting (Cut), color (Color) and clarity (Clarity). In general, the higher in grading standard, the rare it is.

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MAINTENANCE AND CARE TIPS:

Diamond maintenance is very simple. First add a few drops or small amount of detergent in the container, then add hot water. Immerse the diamond in the container, and then gently brush the bottom of the diamond with a soft bristle toothbrush to clean. Afterward rinse with water and wrap it dry with a soft cloth.

K GOLD JEWELRY

In general, 14K and 18K jewels are more popular and they refers to their gold content within. 18K jewel contains 75% of gold content and 14K jewel contains 58.5% of gold content.

Maintenance: Avoid direct contact with perm water and other acidic solutions. They will cause white spots on the jewels.

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PRECIOUS STONE

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As early as in the Middle Ages, precious stones had been treasured by the nobility and were set on crowns, dresses, or gowns.

MAINTENANCE AND CARE TIPS: Cleaning and maintenance of gemstones are substantially the same to that of diamonds. However, because the hardness of gems is less than diamond, handle with extra cautions is recommended in order to avoid collisions with each other.

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PEARL

Pearls today can be classified in 4 categories. They are the Japanese Akoya pearl, fresh-water pearl, black Tahitian pearl, and south-sea pearl. Among them, south-sea pearl and black Tahitian pearl are more precious and valuable.

MAINTENANCE AND CARE TIPS: Avoid contact with any chemical products which may damage the luster and color of the pearls. Avoid direct contact under sun light will may result in dehydration.

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