PROTECTING THE JEWELRY
Jewelry should never be worn in situations that could accentuate the oxidation process. We recommend that you remove jewelry before going to bed or exercising. Jewelry must not be exposed to chlorine, chemicals or salt water. Avoid contact with creams, soaps, hairspray, make-up and perfumes, as these can speed up the oxidation process and wear of plating. We also recommend that you always separate pieces of jewelry when storing them to reduce friction that could damage the polish and color.
Sterling Silver is an ever-changing precious metal with extraordinary shine. Because it is an ever-changing material, it is naturally subject to oxidation when it comes into contact with the air. Use an ordinary microfiber cloth (with no chemical and/or natural cleaners) to shine Sterling Silver jewelry and prevent oxidation build-up. However, remember that a cloth cannot remove scratches or abrasions caused by contact between the jewelry and hard surfaces.
CLEANING THE JEWELRY
For cleaning, use water, but no soap, and a soft brush. Gently brush the jewelry in a circular motion, then rinse with clean water. Use a toothbrush to clean jewelry with stones that would otherwise be difficult to clean. Caution: Toothpaste (abrasive), soda (acid) or silver products should not be used for cleaning because they can damage the jewelry and its surface.
Amen’s genuine leather is a natural product that can expand and loosen with time. Furthermore, small variations in the color and thickness of the leather may appear. Do not submerge in water or other liquids that may cause damage or discoloration.
INFORMATIONS ABOUT PRODUCTS
Amen jewelry is made in Italy in compliance with Leg. Decree no. 206/2005, and in China. It is imported into Europe (EU) by Croce del Sud s.r.l., with registered office at via Enrico Mattei 51, Arezzo, Italy, VAT no. IT-02153030511. Amen jewelry is made using fine materials like Sterling Silver, 14k and 18k Gold, 316 Steel and Bronze. It contains no cadmium or lead. It may have nickel release rates in compliance with EC Regulation 1907/2012 and standard EN 1811:2011.
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