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Jewellery Care by Sangon & Co.

Our pieces are all made with 18K/24K gold-plated, nickel-free metal.

Gold plating refers to a process where the surface of another metal is coated with a thin layer of gold. Having said where only a thin layer of gold is applied,  supplementary care is to be taken in order to maximise its longevity!


Here are some general guidelines to follow when taking care of your jewellery:

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Application of perfume, or any lotion/cream are not advisable upon wearing your jewellery.


Application can be done upon drying to restrict chemicals in the liquid products damaging your jewellery's metal.

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Sweating may also affect your jewellery.


Therefore, it's best to remove your jewellery during

any heavy physical work (exercise, swim, etc)

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It is advisable to remove your jewellery upon showering, as water contact may deteriorate

your jewellery. 

Cotton Flowers


To clean your jewellery, you may use a cotton ball or a very soft cloth to get rid of any dust or dirt.

Bar of Soap


Jewellery cleaners and antibacterial soaps which may have certain components should be avoided as they will tarnish the layer of gold on your jewellery.

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