Fill and Care Instructions


Jewelry Care Instructions

Our collection of beautiful Keepsake pendants and jewelry items are made from high quality metals, such as sterling silver, K gold and stainless steel.
With a little care, you can ensure your remembrance jewelry remains flawless for years to come.


Gold and Silver Vermeil

Gold vermeil jewelry is popular and more difficult to pronounce than to care for. Vermeil (pronounced ver-may) is a special style of gold plating that is often also referred to as silver gilt. Vermeil is a gold coating that is laid over the top of a sterling silver base, which makes the jewelry more durable and gives it that prettier long-lasting color and shine.

Day-to-day Care

* Use a silver polishing cloth or lint-free cloth to wipe away any build-up on your jewelry.

* Use of the correct cloth prevents snags on dirt or debris, and stops you from scratching the surface of your jewelry during cleaning.

* Silver cleaners and chemicals should be totally avoided, as they can damage the surface of the jewelry.

* Store your remembrance in a closed container or jewelry box. Do not over-expose to air, as this can oxidize the surface and cause tarnishing.


Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is considerably more durable than silver. Its bright and silvery finish, which is resistant to tarnish, is a popular and affordable choice for fashion jewelry. Unlike sterling silver, stainless steel jewelry is strong enough to withstand daily life and household chores.

Day-to-day Care

Caring for your stainless steel jewelry is easy. Just follow the steps below:

* Simply pour warm water into a small bowl mixed with some dishwashing soap.

* Use a soft cloth, gently wipe the jewelry until it is clean.

* Remove any remaining soap with a moistened cloth dipped in clean water.

* To maintain that beautiful shine, use either a jewelry polish or a special polishing cloth.


Stone Care 

Taking care of stones is important as they are often more brittle than diamonds. Here are some simple care tips to make your special piece sparkle for years to come.

* For most stones, great care should be taken to avoid striking or knocking them against hard surfaces.

* Most should never be cleaned in an ultrasonic machine because the solution may penetrate the stone and cause it to shatter. Instead, wash stones with warm suds and ammonia using a soft brush (coarse brushes, including some tooth brushes, can scratch gold mounts), then rinse with water and dip in alcohol.

* Keep in mind that certain stones may fade from extended exposure to heat or strong sunlight, so protect and store them when you aren't wearing them.

Cremation Jewelry Filling Instruction

Adding the ashes to the interior of your cremation jewelry is simple and should take less than twenty minutes. Following a few easy steps along with inspecting your keepsake weekly ensures that your remembrance remains safe and secure inside the jewelry. We will also attach physical instructions for filling Cremation Jewelry with your jewelry piece for reference.


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