Make your jewelry the last thing you put on in the morning, and the first thing you take off at night.
Remove when cleaning, swimming, and taking a shower. The chemicals used during these activities could cause immediate tarnishing.
Remove when sleeping. Movement during sleep can cause stress.
Store your jewelry in a cool, dry place. The bag provided will slow tarnishing and prevent scratching by other pieces in your jewelry box.
Wipe your jewelry clean with a soft cloth before returning it to storage to remove any body oils and dirt.
When cleaning silver, use a soft 100% cotton (nub free) cloth or flannel cloth and gently rub off any excess makeup, dirt, soap scum, body oils and dead skin. Silver is a very soft metal that can be scratched if rubbed too briskly.
The gold plating is: 2-5 layers of 14-18 carat gold. It will gradually wear off giving the appearance that it has faded. Everyday or very frequent wear may speed up this process, especially on items like rings and bracelets, which have more frequent contact with surfaces.
With normal daily wear, even when adhering to the above recommendations, the jewelry will show wear and may tarnish.
You should treat your jewelry like any other wardrobe item.
Clothes and shoes must be maintained, washed, cleaned, repaired, etc. The same goes for jewelry.
The gold plating may eventually need to be replated, and it is advised to check locks and clasps for firmness.