Serti Talisman Earring, Pink | Gas Bijoux

Vendors: Gas Bijoux
$125.00
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Gold plated earrings 
Length: 3 cm - Width: 1 cm
Weight (one earring): 4 g
Caution: these earrings are composed of real stones which can present asperities
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Who are Gas Bijoux?

The history of Gas Bijoux is invariably linked to that of a family. The first chapter was written at the end of the ‘60s, upon the canvas of Saint Tropez’s beaches. André Gas, a young artist from Marseille who had graduated from the Paris Beaux-Arts school, would stroll up and sell the lucky charms jewellery he made himself. Once again, this story unfolded under the sun.

 

How can I preserve/protect my Gas Bijoux jewellery?

In order to preserve the radiance of your jewels, it is necessary to avoid contact with water, humidity, and perfume. Perfume, cosmetics, alcohol, chemicals, lemon, and further acids, as well as salty water, and especially chlorine, are harmful to your jewellery. It is advised to put your make-up and perfume on before your jewellery. It is not advised to wear your jewellery when sleeping, swimming, or when practicing sports.

Many of our creations bear delicate materials: authentic feathers, enamels, mother-of-pearls, natural stones, and leathers. It is thus indispensable to avoid alcoholic products, otherwise, you will irreversibly see these materials tarnish yellow. The warranty will not cover these damages independent from the fabrication.

Leather is a noble material that gets old and takes on a natural patina with time. Regarding the bracelets with straps: the nylon strap can be in contact with water. However, we recommend that it shouldn't be recurrent and long-lasting since it could alter the metal parts.

How can I care for my Gas Bijoux jewellery?

Your jewellery will bear a lovely patina with time, this is normal. Patina (the golden or silver layer) will tend to disappear with time. The delay in which it will disappear depends on how you care for the jewellery. A diminishing patina is the result of a completely normal wear.

Jewellery naturally oxidizes with air and humidity. We recommend regularly washing them by delicately rubbing them with a soft and dry cloth to remove oxidation marks. To avoid oxidation, keep the jewellery in a bag or box, away from air.

With a supple brush, we recommend that you from time to time wash the jewellery with cold and soapy water to remove accumulated deposits (salty water, chlorine, solar oils) then thoroughly rinse them with clear cold water. Carefully dry them with a dry and soft cloth. Do not use warm water, only cold, or lukewarm water.

Care tips for feathers: we recommend rubbing them gently with a soft, dry toothbrush.

Care tips for stones and mother-of-pearl: These materials do not like sudden changes in temperature and can be treated with a small amount of monoi on a chamois.