Care & services

Our jewelry is meticulously handcrafted, emphasizing quality and precision. To maintain the impeccable condition of your piece over time, appropriate care is essential. Given the unique nature of each design, tailored care strategies are recommended based on the materials used.

Below, we provide specific guidance for the upkeep of your piece, ensuring its enduring beauty and integrity.


Our leather selections are of premium quality. To ensure their longevity, we advise removing these pieces before showering or swimming. To preserve the leather's original hue and patina, consider applying a high-grade leather protectant, akin to the products used for luxury footwear and handbags.

.925 Sterling

Silver, while a valued precious metal, is prone to oxidation, which can result in a distinctive patina that many find adds character and a vintage appeal to the jewelry. However, should you prefer to maintain a lustrous, pristine finish, periodic polishing with a rouge cloth can effectively remove any undesired tarnish.


Brass is a remarkable material renowned for its initial pale gold color that beautifully deepens over time, creating a striking contrast. The areas in constant contact with the skin will maintain their bright, golden sheen, while other sections will develop a darker patina, lending unique character to each piece. To preserve the original luster of brass jewelry, regular polishing with a rouge cloth can be employed to remove any undesired oxidation, keeping the piece looking as radiant as when first worn.

Exotic Skins

Our selection of exotic leathers is of the utmost quality to ensure durability and longevity. To extend the life of these pieces, we recommend removing them prior to showering or swimming. For those who wish to preserve the original color and patina of their leather items, applying a specialized leather protectant—similar to those utilized for luxury shoes and handbags—is advised. This additional care will help maintain the leather's pristine condition and aesthetic appeal.