Caring for your jewelry
Enamels are a very fine glass powder fused to copper or silver by using temperatures at 1450° are super easy to care for. Simply wipe with a soft cloth. You can use glass cleaners such as Windex, but avoid anything harsh and always use a soft cloth to avoid scratching the enamel. It;s usually enough just to wipe them with a cloth.
I've included a polishing cloth with your order if you're purchased sterling and/or fine silver jewelry. Please never use items such as silver cleaner from the grocery store. These are very harsh and can actually put pits in your silver. Just give them a wipe with the Sunshine® cloth as it has a super mild abrasive that will remove the tarnish without damaging the silver. For pieces that have a patina (darekend low relief) be mindful that you only want to polish the high spots so use a light hand.
The copper jewelry that leaves my studio is sealed with an industry approved wax which will resist tarnish. That said, chemicals, and even some shampoos and soaps can wear this protective coating away. It won't hurt anything, but could wear away the wax allowing the piece to tarnish more quickly. Just use the Sunshine® polishing cloth in your order and you'll be good to go.