Our jewellery: Care tips

To keep your Fine Fellow in top condition, we would like to give you some care tips.

Tarnish

Sterling silver tarnishes when it comes into contact with skin, perfume or skin creams. The best prevention: Wear it often. When your Fine Fellow remains on your side, it polishes itself all by itself. However, it is better not to wear it while showering or bathing, sleeping or during strenuous activities.

Gentle cleansing

Lukewarm soapy water and a soft toothbrush work wonders.

New brilliance

Use a silver polishing cloth to make your Fine Fellow shine again.

Beware!

Do not use silver polishes or immersion baths. These are too aggressive and may damage the surface of your jewellery.

Gold plated

The gold-plated Fine Fellows are galvanically coated and can react sensitively to contact with skin creams, perfume and sweat. Also, it is better not to wear it while showering or bathing, sleeping or during strenuous activities.

Re-gilding

If the gold plating wears off over time, the silver will start to shine through. Simply send us your beloved Fine Fellow and we will be happy to re-gild it for you for a reasonable fee.

Repair

Has your Fine Fellow suffered an injury and needs repair? We will be happy to discuss the best approach. This way we ensure an excellent repair at a fair price.

Our jewellery: Materials

Brass

Alloy of copper and zinc.

Bronze

Alloy of copper, zinc and manganese.

Silver

We work with sterling silver, an alloy of 92.5% fine silver and 7.5% copper. This is given a highly polished surface in the final work step.

Silver antique

Our vintage look where the silver jewellery is blackened with an oxide and repolished again.

Silver yellow gold plated

The yellow gold-plated jewellery is coated with 18ct gold. This galvanised layer is applied to the silver jewellery by a specialised company.

Silver rose gold plated

The rose gold-plated jewellery is just like the yellow gold-plated jewellery coated with a layer of 18ct gold by a specialised company. This layer of rose gold darkens over time as the copper in the gold alloy comes into contact with the oxygen in the air.

Yellow gold 14ct

The composition of the 14ct yellow gold alloy is: 58.5% fine gold; 30.1% fine silver and 10.5% copper. The gold content is stamped onto the jewellery.

Rose gold 14ct

The composition of the 14ct rose gold alloy is: 58.5% fine gold; 10.0% fine silver; 31.0% copper and 5.0% zinc. The gold content is stamped onto the jewellery.

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