Materials & Care
Our jewelry is truly made for everyday wear.
Learn more about our materials and a few tips and tricks to keep your piece looking its best.
Made using an old-school method of pressure bonding a thick layer of real gold onto a base metal, gold-filled jewelry is slowly starting to make a comeback, and rightfully so.
Gold-filled jewelry requires minimal care and can last a lifetime!
In the USA, gold-filled jewelry must meet strict standards. The minimum weight of gold needed for an item to be considered gold-filled is at least 1/20th or 5% of the total weight of the item.
Clean with warm water and use a soft cloth to pat dry.
You can shower with gold-filled jewelry safely as long as you don’t use any harsh soaps.
Saltwater and chlorine can cause damage, so avoid wearing your gold-filled jewelry in the ocean or swimming pools.
925 sterling silver is an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals (usually copper) in order to increase its hardness and strength.
Sterling silver is truly a timeless metal known for its durability and lightness and it’s been utilized in jewelry for centuries.
Contrary to popular belief, silver can be easily cleaned and brought back to its original shine even when it does eventually oxidize.
Clean with a mild dish soap, pat dry with a clean towel, then use a silver polishing cloth.
When not wearing, store in your Cami Blù pouch away from light and moisture.
As we always recommend with all jewelry, do not spray perfumes directly on it or let it come in contact with other household chemicals.
Pearls & Other Natural Gems
We only use real freshwater pearls and natural gems.
Natural pearls and gems are favorites among jewelry designers because of their quality, durability, and timeless beauty.
Gems should be the last accessory you put on when you leave the home and the first thing you take off when you return.
Avoid sweat and direct contact with cosmetics and perfumes.
Clean with a soft cloth dipped in lukewarm water.
Store in your Cami Blù pouch away from heat and moisture.
Never use an airtight container for natural gems because they can contain small amounts of moisture and will become brittle if stored in an airtight environment.