Product care

Product care and repair

Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted using the high quality metals and stones. Please use appropriate care to enjoy and preserve.

Materials and useful tips

Sterling silver

Our jewelry are made of the highest quality 925 sterling silver sourced in US and Italy. It’s normal for silver jewelry to oxidize over time. Regular cleaning with a silver polishing cloth will keep your jewelry looking like new.

Tips : To avoid premature oxidation, store all your silver jewelry in sealed plastic bags, or keep them in their box provided with every shipment. Our boxes are filled with anti-tarnish pads ideal for keeping your jewelry nice and shiny.

Gold filled

Gold filled can last a very long time, but it is evenly dependent on several lifestyle and environmental factors. Things to avoid, Pool/hot tubs/chlorine. Porfumes are also corrosive we suggest not to spray directly on the jewels.

Tips: You can simply immerse our 14K gold filled jewelry in a hot water and dishwasher liquid solution and gently rub dirt off with old toothbrush.

14k gold

Sourced in US and Italy our 14K gold is a great chose of investment if you are looking for a lifetime piece.

Ethically Sourced

All metals used in our designs are sourced and manufactured in US and Italy.

Metals and gems

14k gold

14k Gold: 14 karat gold is produced from 58.3 per cent pure gold and a 41.7 per cent mixture of other metals like copper, zinc, silver and nickel. ... The presence of a higher amount of alloyed metals makes 14K gold more resistant to wear and tear.

Gold filled

A 14K gold fill piece is created by wrapping an actual layer of 14K gold around a jeweler's brass core (typically 90% copper and 10% zinc). By law, that layer of gold has to be 1/20th gold by weight - meaning that if you melt a piece of jewelry down, 5% of what is in the melting pot has to be gold. This is a durable piece that will not tarnish or chip. It is also safe for those with metal allergies. Gold-filled is much more expensive than gold plated material and will last longer; however, it does have a life span of about 10 to 20 years, unlike pure gold pieces which will last forever.

Sterling silver

Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by weight of silver and 7.5% by weight of other metals, usually copper. The sterling silver standard has a minimum millesimal fineness of 925.

Swarovski crystals

Swarovski is synonymous with the highest quality glass crystals today. Use a soft cloth for polishing or gently deep the jewelry in a hot water and dishwasher liquid solution.Stones and gems can be polished with a soft cloth.Swarovski crystalsSwarovski is synonymous with the highest quality glass crystals today.The century-old name is an Austrian crystal manufacturer that has specialized in machine-cut crystals that boast precision and luxury since 1892. In the early 1960s, Swarovski developed a famous Aurora Borealis (AB) crystal with Christian Dior, adding an explosion of rainbow sparkles to the surface of the crystal. Since then, the brand has collaborated with many top-notched fashion designers, like Christian Louboutin, Chanel, and Louis Vuitton – countless of them.While Swarovski won’t reveal its secretive manufacturing process, we know that Swarovski crystals are made of quartz sand and natural minerals. The Swarovski’s patented cutting machine then allows for a technology-driven cut that creates a high refraction index in the crystals. After a complex cutting process, a Swarovski crystal is then polished to perfection. Some of the Swarovski products have special coatings.

Gems

Our gems are sourced from allover the world and carfully chosen based on the quality and their cut to achieve the best design with affordable pricing.

Repairs

We will do our best to cover basic repairs. Fees may apply Restriction apply. For more information on how to submit item for repair please contact@desideridesign.com

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