Aird Joaillier

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Taking care of your jewellery
We recommend that you carefully clean your jewellery on a regular basis, in soapy warm water, by delicately polishing them with a very soft brush. Once clean, rinse them in warm water and wipe them with a soft cloth. Because pearls and emeralds require a more careful attention, we recommend that you let a specialist handle them with care.
We also suggest that you bring your jewellery to your jeweller once a year, in order to proceed to an in-depth maintenance. Your jewellery will be cleaned out and restored so that it can be brought back to its original value and radiance.
On a daily basis
Don’t forget to remove your rings before washing your hands so that soap residue doesn’t penetrate in the cavities. An abrasive soap can also damage precious metals and stones. We urge you to not bring your jewellery to the beach, at the swimming pool or when you do household chores. Sand, salt, chlorine and abrasive detergents can damage stones and pearls or cause scratches on metals. Store each one of your jewels in their individual case and make sure you lay down your chains in order to avoid forming knots.
Changing a watch battery
We strongly recommend that the battery of a watch should be changed after two years use. A used battery, even in working condition, can cause the internal watch mechanism to deteriorate. We also recommend you to always let your permanent jeweller take care of changing the battery of your watch, because jewellers are in the best position to evaluate watch mechanisms and to advise you, if needed.
Taking care of your jewellery

We recommend that you carefully clean your jewellery on a regular basis, in soapy warm water, by delicately polishing them with a very soft brush. Once clean, rinse them in warm water and wipe them with a soft cloth. Because pearls and emeralds require a more careful attention, we recommend that you let a specialist handle them with care.


We also suggest that you bring your jewellery to your jeweller once a year, in order to proceed to an in-depth maintenance. Your jewellery will be cleaned out and restored so that it can be brought back to its original value and radiance.


On a daily basis

Don’t forget to remove your rings before washing your hands so that soap residue doesn’t penetrate in the cavities. An abrasive soap can also damage precious metals and stones. We urge you to not bring your jewellery to the beach, at the swimming pool or when you do household chores. Sand, salt, chlorine and abrasive detergents can damage stones and pearls or cause scratches on metals. Store each one of your jewels in their individual case and make sure you lay down your chains in order to avoid forming knots.


Changing a watch battery

We strongly recommend that the battery of a watch should be changed after two years use. A used battery, even in working condition, can cause the internal watch mechanism to deteriorate. We also recommend you to always let your permanent jeweller take care of changing the battery of your watch, because jewellers are in the best position to evaluate watch mechanisms and to advise you, if needed.

 






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