If you take good care of it, a piece forged by Haniel Jewelry will last a lifetime.

When you are not wearing your jewelry, you should always store it in its original box.

Wait to put your jewelry on until after you have completed your morning routine. Lotion, soap, and perfume tear at the surface of jewelry, dulling its shine.

Prior to hard, physical labor, you should always remove any bracelets and rings.

Haniel Jewelry guarantees conflict-free diamonds that are purchased from official retailers in accordance with the resolutions of the United Nations. All diamonds set by Haniel Jewelry are GIA-certified, ensuring they have been closely examined prior to purchase and their gradings are trusted. They are also all classified as Top Wesselton/VVS, which means they are fine white in color and have inclusions so minor that they are barely visible to the human eye. While even the highest quality diamonds fade over time, it only takes a quick clean to rejuvenate their sparkle. Put your diamond jewelry in a bowl of hot water with just a little dish soap. After you let it sit, scrub it with a soft bristle brush and rinse it off with fresh water.

If your piece is not from Haniel Jewelry, be careful when cleaning it yourself. Some semi-precious gemstones, like pearls, are soft and especially susceptible to damage.

Want your jewelry to look as good as new again? Send an e-mail to info@hanieljewelry.com to schedule a professional cleaning.