CARING FOR YOUR SCARF AND SHAWL RINGS
To protect your scarf and shawl rings from surface scratches when not in use or when travelling, please store them in the soft velvet pouches they come in. To clean, wipe with a slightly damp cloth and then remove any excess moisture with a soft dry cloth.
Also note that lacquer and mother of pearl rings might chip if dropped from a height onto a hard surface.
CARING FOR YOUR FUR COLLARS
To maintain the beauty of your fur, please keep the following points in mind: Store in a cool, dry place away from sunlight or direct heat sources. Do not store them in plastic boxes or bags or with traditional moth balls. Instead, protect your fur against moths with organic moth protection products. If your collar becomes damp in rain or snow, hang it up to dry and wipe away any excess moisture with a soft cloth. Do not let your fur soak in moisture. If your fur needs cleaning, please make sure to take it to a fur specialist (not to a regular dry cleaner)
CARING FOR YOUR NECKLACES
To preserve the beauty and subtle shine of your necklace, please avoid contact with moisture or water. Store in the open air, but never enclosed in a box or pouch (especially in humid climates).
From time to time, you can moisten your palms with some oil and run the beads and strands through your hands. Afterwards, wipe off any excess oil with with a soft and dry cloth.
PEARL STATEMENT NECKLACE
Please avoid folding your necklace, as it puts unnessacery strain on the metal threads. The best way to store when travelling or at home is to keep it flat.
To prevent scarves and shawls getting caught up in the clusters of pearls and crystals, it is best to avoid wearing them in combination with the necklace.
PENDANT AND TASSEL NECKLACES WITH CORDS
To preserve the beauty of the gilded gold or rhodium finish, please don’t let the metal parts come into contact with perfume and avoid having the surface scratched by friction, or sticky or sharp objects.
CARING FOR YOUR TRAVEL/STORAGE/DAY POCHETTES
Cool iron and dry clean only.
CARING FOR YOUR BAG INSERTS
Dry clean only
CARING FOR YOUR HORN SALAD SERVERS AND BOWLS
Horn is a natural living material. To preserve the quality, beauty and shine, never put your horn items into the dishwasher or soak them in water. To clean, wipe with a slightly damp cloth and remove any excess moisture with a soft dry cloth. From time to time, you can give your horn items a very light coating of olive oil to restore shine and prevent dryness. Don't store in direct sunlight or next to heat sources.
Horn bowls: please make sure to fill them only with dry or oil based foods and condiments, such as salt and spices, drained olives, nuts, dry-cured charcuterie or cheese, crisps, biscuits or crackers.