We recommend that you store leather away from direct sunlight to prevent the colour fading.
Leather is an organic, natural material so you may find the surface shows some minor variations in colour or even the occasional small natural markings
Take immediate action if the leather gets wet. Blot with a soft, absorbent cloth and it should be stuffed and left to dry naturally, in a cool dark place. Please be aware that force drying will damage the product as will over stretching.
FINE JEWELLERY CARE
We recommend that you should wear gold of a similar quality/carat together to stop any wear from a harder lower carat gold rubbing against a softer higher carat gold causing abrasion to the surface.
Gold can be cleaned with a soft, lint free cloth. Gold is a relatively delicate material and particularly susceptible to damage from harsh chemicals such as chlorine. Chlorine can permanently damage or discolour gold jewelry.
Care should be taken with gemstones to ensure that they are not knocked or scratched when worn, and care should also be taken to ensure they don’t knock against one another when stored.
Many gemstones are also susceptible to damage by chemicals, water and even sunlight.
SILVER JEWELLERY CARE
The silver has been protected with a special anti oxidant treatment. To mantain its natural beauty clean the jewellery gently with a soft cloth or lightely wash it with water and neutral soap.
Dust, pollution, perfumes, and cosmetics can affect the surface of your vermeil pieces which may affect the gloss. Always apply perfume before wearing your pieces and remember to remove them before taking a shower.
As with all other types of jewelry, avoid exposing your jewelry to harsh chemicals and aim to remove them before handling any such solutions. Substances, such as chlorine, can permanently damage the surface of your piece. Bear this in mind when using chlorine bleach or before diving in the pool.
To clean your jewelry, use a clean cotton or microfiber cloth to buff it gently. Try not to be tempted to use chemical cleaners as they may strip the gold finish.
Over time, the gold layer is likely to tarnish. This is a common and natural property that adds a unique sense of character to your MARCO DAL MASO piece.