Jewelry Care

At Nina Otti, we are committed to ensuring that your chosen pieces retain their beauty and elegance for years to come. Our 14K gold and 925 sterling silver jewelry is crafted with care and precision, offering you a blend of luxury and durability. To help you maintain the allure of your jewelry, we've compiled some simple yet effective care instructions.

Daily Care & Maintenance

1. Polishing Your Jewelry:

  • Regular polishing is key to maintaining the luster of your pieces. We recommend using a soft, non-abrasive polishing cloth to gently wipe the surface of both the silver and gold areas. This simple step can help in removing minor tarnishes and restoring the jewelry’s natural shine.

2. Cleaning Stains & Build-up:

  • For more stubborn stains or dirt build-up, a solution of lightly diluted soap and warm water can be used. Gently clean the jewelry with this solution using a soft-bristled brush (like a toothbrush) for intricate designs. This will help in maintaining the cleanliness without harming the delicate plating.

Drying & Storage

1. Ensuring Complete Dryness:

  • After cleaning, it’s crucial to let your jewelry dry completely. Any moisture left on the surface can lead to tarnishing, especially on the sterling silver parts. Pat dry with a soft cloth and let it air dry completely before storing.

2. Safe Storage:

  • Store your jewelry in a cool, dry place, preferably in a jewelry box or a pouch provided by [Brand Name]. This will protect it from scratches and prevent tarnishing.

Additional Care Tips

1. Showering and Water Exposure:

  • While our jewelry is designed for durability, constant exposure to water, especially while showering, can eventually diminish its shine. The chemicals in water and soaps can affect both the gold plating and the sterling silver underneath. Hence, we recommend removing your jewelry before showering or engaging in activities that involve water.

2. Occasional Polishing:

  • To keep your jewelry in pristine condition, we advise polishing it with a soft cloth every few months. This not only keeps it looking radiant but also extends its life.

3. Chemical Exposure:

  • Avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals found in perfumes, lotions, and cleaning products. These substances can affect the gold plating and overall appearance of your jewelry.