Care Of Pearls


  • To preserve the exquisite beauty of your pearls for years to come, gently clean them with a soft cloth and store them in a safe place.
  • By following these simple steps, you can ensure that your pearls remain in excellent condition for future generations to cherish.

What are the 3 misunderstanding of taking care of pearls.

  1.    Wearing pearls during bathing and swimming under the assumption that they grow directly from water is a misunderstanding.

 The formation of pearls is wrapped in nacre, not in direct contact with water, and when bathing and swimming, they will be exposed to chemicals, which will corrode the pearls.

  1. It is a misunderstanding to think that expensive pearls should not be worn often.

In fact, wearing pearls frequently is a way to maintain their lustre. The natural oils from our skin can help protect the pearl's surface. However, leaving pearls idle for extended periods can cause them to yellow and oxidize.

  1. Thinking that the natural process of aging causes pearls to yellow is incorrect.

Proper maintenance is crucial in extending the lifespan of pearls. With proper care, pearls can last for over a century. Pearls that are not well-maintained or frequently exposed to chemicals can lose their shine in as little as one to two years.

It’s always advised to wear pearls last and to take them off as soon as they return home.

Pearls are sensitive to a variety of risks, especially chemicals. By wearing pearls last, you can minimize their exposure to these risks, which can help to preserve their lustre and prevent damage.

When you wear pearls, they come into contact with your skin, which can transfer creams, dirt, and other substances onto the surface of the pearl.   By taking off your pearls and clean it when you return home, you can prevent these substances from building up on the pearl's surface and causing damage.