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Jewelry Care

   We take pride in the craftsmanship and quality of our jewelry. By following these care guidelines, you can ensure that your cherished pieces remain radiant for years to come.

If you have any further questions or need assistance with jewelry care, feel free to reach out to


  Regularly clean your jewelry using mild soap, warm water and a soft cloth, or for more persistent dirt, a soft toothbrush.

  Gently rub the surface of the jewelry to remove dirt, oils, and residue. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that can scratch or damage the metal.


  Store each piece of jewelry in a separate compartment or pouch to prevent scratching or tangling. Your Morgaine Faye jewelry will come with a drawstring pouch that is perfect for storage and travel.

   Keep your jewelry away from direct sunlight, extreme temperatures, and humid environments, as these can accelerate tarnishing and discoloration.

Avoid Chemicals

  Remove your jewelry before engaging in activities that involve chemicals, such as swimming in chlorinated pools, using cleaning agents, or applying beauty products like lotions, perfumes, or hairsprays.

  Chemicals can react with the metal and gemstones, causing discoloration or damage.

Gentle Handling

  Handle your jewelry with care, as excessive force or bending can lead to structural damage.

   Put on your jewelry after applying cosmetics and avoid wearing it during activities that may expose it to impact or excessive stress.

Professional Maintenance

  Schedule periodic professional inspections and maintenance for your jewels.

   A professional jeweler can check for loose stones, worn prongs, or any signs of damage, ensuring timely repairs and preventing further issues.

Tarnish Prevention

   To minimize tarnishing, store your precious metal jewelry in anti-tarnish pouches or jewelry boxes lined with tarnish-resistant material.

   Using anti-tarnish strips or silica gel packets in your storage containers can help absorb moisture and slow down the tarnishing process.

   Remember, even with proper care, precious metals can naturally develop a patina over time. This adds character and uniqueness to your jewelry. However, if you prefer the original shine, professional polishing can restore its luster.


Some items feature a dark patina on the metal. This will gradually change over time and is affected by frequency of wear, environmental factors and each person's individual body chemistry.

If you would like to have the patina re-applied, we offer service at a small fee. Please contact