Jewelry care actions are different from one jewelry piece to another. It usually depends on the jewelry’s materials and gemstones. Here are instructions and tips on how to take the best care of your jewelry. To learn how to take care of your new INBAL Designs jewelry, see tag attached to your jewelry with icons symbolize its components.
Gemstones

Gemstones

  • Crystals (translucent gems like quartz, amethyst, aquamarine etc.) can be cleaned by soaking for a few minutes in a bowl of lukewarm water with a little dishwashing detergent and scrubbing gently with a toothbrush. Dry with a clean soft cloth.
  • Opaque stones (pearl, turquoise, onyx, etc.) Do not soak, just polish them with a soft dry cloth. Do not expose them to cleaning detergents or any other chemicals.

Silver

Silver

  • Soap and water help keeping silver jewelry shiny. Soaking them for a few minutes in a bowl of lukewarm water with a little dishwashing detergent, or wearing them in the shower and they’ll keep on sparkle.
  • Keep silver jewelry away from cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners, sea water, pool or hot tub, they all can damage silver metal.

Oxidized Silver

Oxidized Silver

  • Use a soft cloth to clean oily buildup that dulls the sheen. Avoid using a rough material that can scratch the jewelry surface.
  • Keep oxidized silver away from cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners, sea water, pool or hot tub, they all can damage the jewelry.

Gold Plated

Gold Plated

  • Use a soft cloth to remove oily buildup that dulls the sheen. Avoid using a rough material that can scratch the jewelry surface.
  • Gold jewelry reacts with chlorine. Keep gold plated jewelry away from pool or spa facilities and cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners and sea water, that damage the jewelry’s plating and the base metal.

Gold Filled

Gold Filled

  • Use a soft moist cloth to remove oily buildup that dulls the sheen. Avoid using a rough material that can scratch the jewelry surface.
  • Gold jewelry reacts with chlorine. Keep gold filled jewelry away from pool or spa facilities and cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners and sea water, that damage the jewelry’s plating and the base metal.

Brass

Brass

  • Use a soft cloth to clean oily buildup. Avoid using a rough material that can scratch the jewelry surface.
  • Keep brass jewelry away from cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners, sea water, pool or hot tub, they all can damage the jewelry.

Wood

Wood

  • Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not soak or wet.
  • Keep away from cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners, sea water, pool or hot tub, they all can damage the jewelry.

Leadther

Leadther

  • Use a soft cloth to clean. Do not soak or wet.
  • Keep away from cosmetics, perfumes, household cleaners, sea water, pool or hot tub, they all can damage the jewelry.

To find your ring size, use a ring you love to wear and follow these steps:
1. Take a ring you care frequently and is comfortable.
2. Use a ruler or a measuring tape, and measure the inside diameter of the ring- at the center, from one side to the other.
3. Use the following chart to find your ring size, by finding the closest diameter size to what you have measured.

Size 5: diameter 0.618 inch
Size 6: diameter 0.650 inch
Size 7: diameter 0.683 inch
Size 8: diameter 0.716 inch
Size 9: diameter 0.748 inch
Size 10: diameter 0.781 inch

The following chart will help you understand how to measure and
find your desired necklace length, so you can choose the right necklace for you.

Collar: 12 inch
Princess: 18 inch
Matinee: 24 inch
Opera: 30 inch