Caring for your diamond jewelry
We know how much thought, love, and care has gone into purchasing the perfect piece for your loved one. We ensure that our quality standards live up to your expectations. All our jewels are made with high-quality, enduring materials. From precious metals to chains and clasps, we make sure that everything matches to perfection so the products can be worn every day, forever.
14 Kt Gold
Being the least reactive metal, solid gold doesn’t get oxidized or changes color. The 14k gold used by us gives our jewelry a rich, but non-blingy hue. 14k gold is sturdier than 18k gold and is ideal for everyday wear and some times rough, usage.
Caring for your gold jewelry- Even the strongest of us can do with some TLC from time to time- gently scrubbing with a light toothbrush and some warm water will keep your gold jewelry shine through a lifetime!
925 Sterling silver is made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. To give our silver jewelry durability and extra shine, we plate it with Rhodium, one of the rarest and therefore, the costliest precious metals on earth.
Caring for your silver jewelry
Sterling Silver jewelry needs only one thing- You! The oils in our skin prevent silver from oxidizing faster. The more often you wear your silver, the better! When you are not in the mood, keep your piece in the special Caratlab care pouch to keep oxygen at bay
Avoid direct contact with water- Sterling silver oxidizes over time. Remember to avoid water when you are wearing.
Diamonds are called “a girl’s best friend” for nothing! One of the hardest substances known to us, diamonds have the potential to be your BFF. Our high-quality lab-created diamonds are conflict-free and made with environmentally responsible practices.
Caring for your diamonds
To ensure your diamonds last forever new, rinse the stone and setting thoroughly with water after gently scrubbing it with a toothbrush and some warm, soapy water. But never with silver jewelry!.
Protect your diamonds from sharp blows and other metals to avoid small fractures and chips.