•Even with the best care, small parts of jewelry may come loose.
•Before wearing, carefully check such parts as the prongs that support the jewels, the clasps of necklaces, the screws of earrings, and brooch pins.
•Never use an ultrasonic cleaner with pearl jewelry as it can damage the pearls.
•Pearls scratch by contact with sharp objects or other gemstones. To prevent tangles and scratches, fasten clasps and pins.
•Store each piece separately in a compartmentalized jewelry box, and transport them in a soft jewelry bag.
•Leaving pearl jewelry in a security box for extended periods may cause pearls to dehydrate, so enjoy them frequently.
•In the case of pearl rings, please be aware that these are only to be worn for dress and not intended for everyday wear. Never wear a pearl ring while washing dishes. Pearls absorb water and expand, breaking the epoxy and the mounting post bond.
•Please note that the pearl's nacre may be diminished if worn every day. Should this occur, take it to a repair specialist.