Last delivery date for Christmas: Wed. 20th December

Jewellery Care

General

Avoid wearing your jewellery when cleaning, bathing, showering, swimming and particularly when going to the beach. It is also important that no chemicals, lotions or perfumes get in direct contact with the jewellery since harsh detergents can damage the gold. Avoiding this will protect your pieces and ensure longer wear.

Jessica’s love for traditional techniques means that many pieces in the collections feature the Georgian Cut Down diamond setting. Set in this method, water could get trapped behind the stones and it is therefore very important that you do not bathe in them.

Additionally, diamonds are naturally occurring hard stones but can get damaged when being knocked.

Storing

When your jewellery is not worn, keep the pieces in the Jessica McCormack box or pouch, which you have received with your purchase. Try to make sure that the pieces are not touching to avoid tangling and scratching. For necklaces, it is always better to close them when they are being stored.

Cleaning

If your jewellery has been worn frequently, it tends to need a little clean. The best way to do this is with a toothbrush and warm soapy water. Pour some water into a container, apply a small amount of soap to the brush and simply start rubbing.

Alternatively, feel free to drop by our shop at any time to get your jewellery cleaned and polished at our in-house workshop.