Silver and Bronze are considered “living metals” so they may lose their natural shine or oxidise. The reasons are many, for example a humid climate or contact with our skin ph. Span> p>
The cutaneous pH is subjective, generally those who have an acidic pH tend to oxidize jewels faster and the halo can appear green on the skin (which rises simply by washing the hands). span>
So the same jewel can create this kind of reaction to one person and not to another. span>
(in this case contact us and we will find a solution together) span>
Avoid bathing in the sea, at the spa or in the pool with jewels as these agents can oxidise metals.
It can be cleaned with common products for red metals such as copper, brass and bronze. We prefer products for rubbing to those for immersion. Gently rub the piece and rinse it with cold water. Dry with a clean cloth.
You can clean it with a common product specific for silver. We prefer products for rubbing to those for immersion. Gently rub the piece and rinse it with cold water. Dry with a clean cloth.