Caring for your pearls

  1. After every wear, wipe your pearls with a soft cloth. ...

  2. Clean with a damp cloth only as needed. ...

  3. Let them dry all the way before storing it...

  4. Last on, first off...

  5. Store them flat...

  6. Dedicate a space just for your pearls...

  7. Wear your pearls often...

If possible, store them wrapped in a soft cloth or in a soft-lined container, pouch, or jewelry box, but not in an airtight container because the pearls need to "breathe". It is strongly recommended not to get your pearls wet by either showering or swimming (ocean, swimming pool, or Jacuzzi hot tubs). Do not spray the pearls with perfume. 

What is the best way to clean pearls?

Mix a solution of lukewarm water and a few drops of mild detergent or dish soap. Water that is too hot or too cold may damage the surface of the pearls, so double-check the temperature before using it on the jewelry. Dip a soft, clean cloth into the water and gently wipe down the pearls.

How do you fix peeling pearls?

The problem is that once your pearls have become damaged or your pearls are peeling, they cannot be repaired. The only thing you can do now is to replace the ones that are damaged.

What is the difference between cultured pearls and natural?

Natural pearls grow without any human intervention whereas cultured pearls form when a farmer inserts a mollusk into the oyster shell. For natural pearls, the mollusk is an organism in the water. For cultured pearls, the mollusk is usually a tiny bead.