care instructions

At Golden Hearts Jewelry, we attach great importance to the quality of our jewelry. All pieces of jewelry in our collection are made of 925 sterling silver and are triple gold plated.

So that you can enjoy your jewelery for a long time and always have a beautiful shine, we have put together some care instructions for you here:

The following applies to each material:

  • Remove jewelry when gardening, doing crafts, and washing dishes.
  • Avoid contact with other metallic objects (keys, coins, etc.) to avoid scratches.
  • Place your jewelry in the included jewelry box to protect it from damage and other external influences


Gold is a relatively insensitive precious metal that is easy to clean.

  • Take care of your gold jewelry by placing it in a warm water bath with a few drops of washing-up liquid from time to time and cleaning it with a soft toothbrush. Then rinse it off under clear water and pat it dry with a lint-free, soft cloth.

  • ATTENTION: Gold should never come into contact with oxidizing substances such as chlorine or cleaning agents with a high concentration of chlorine, otherwise it can lose its colour.


Silver tends to discolour. It is more delicate than gold and needs a little more maintenance to keep it shiny.

  • The cleaning method for silver is the same as for gold: immerse your silver jewelry in a warm water bath with soap or dish soap. Then rinse the jewelry well under running water and polish it thoroughly dry.

  • In the case of more intense discolouration, it is advisable to use professional silver cleaning agents.

  • To avoid discoloration from the start, you should store silver jewelry away from light.


Natural pearls can be damaged by sweat, perfume, make-up, shower gels or body lotions, or they can become "blind", i.e. they lose their luster. Use only mild hand soap and water to clean and dry the bead with a soft cloth. Never use chemical agents or ultrasonic baths.

Colored gems

Natural gemstones are best cleaned with mild soap and a toothbrush. Then rub the stone dry with a soft cloth. Since almost all stones have tiny inclusions or cracks, never use chemicals or ultrasonic baths to clean them.