Jewelry Care

Jewelry Care:

  1. Avoid direct contact with perfumes, body lotions hair sprays or other chemicals.
  2.  Remove your jewelry before going to bed.
  3. Avoid direct sunlight, heat or cold, especially high humidity area. 
  4. Remove jewelry when bathing, showering or swimming. 
  5. Remove jewelry when participating physical activities, eg.: gardening, cleaning. 
  6. Clean the jewelry after each use and occasionally wipe with a soft cloth.
  7. Jewelry should store away separately in an air-tight jewelry box. 


Silver or Gold vermeil:

  1. Silver gets tarnished over the time, however you can easily clean your silver piece by gently rubbing the surface with the polishing cloth (included in the box). 
  2. You can also gently clean with a soft brush and soaking water as gold is a soft metal that is susceptible to scratching. 


Gemstones or Pearls:

Our natural gemstones and pearls can be quite delicate. After daily wearing, we recommend cleaning your precious jewels with a clean, soft, damp cloth with water and the little bit of soap. 


Product Information:

At Souriez, we always aim for quality craftsmanship and attention to detail on every single piece of jewels.  


Sterling Silver

The standard material for high quality jewelry is sterling silver. It is a precious metal alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals. Due to its durability and flexibility, this is an excellent base material. 
(We are mainly named "S925 Silver" as "Silver" in our product page variant.) 

Gold Vermeil

A high quality type of gold-plated jewelry. Sterling silver is its base material, with a thick layer of 18k gold plated over the top. 
(We are mainly named "Gold Vermeil" as "Gold" in our product page variant.) 

Freshwater Pearl

Freshwater pearls today are the favorite of jewelry designers because of their lower cost and improved quality. It is possible for freshwater pearls to display unusual shapes or colors. 

Natural Gemstone 

Authentic gemstones are ones that were formed in the earth by natural processes. Some are extremely rare and mined from the earth.