Jewelry care tips

Our jewelry is created with fine materials and using techniques of the highest standards, so that, with proper care, you can wear and enjoy it for years to come. Each piece of our jewelry is handcrafted and therefore unique, it is thus important that you offer it delicate attention. This will ensure that it will maintain its beauty for you in the future.

All pieces are made of marble and silver 925 and some of them receive a 24K gold plating. Please note that your jewelry can tarnish naturally or lose their initial gold color.

Here are some quick and easy tips to take care of your jewelry to prevent tarnishing, scratches and dullness.

  • Store your silver jewelry in a cool and dry place, preferably in a soft cloth bag or the original boxes they came in to avoid oxidation.
  • Keep your silver jewelry away from direct sunlight, as prolonged exposure can cause it to tarnish more quickly.
  • Avoid wearing your silver jewelry during activities such as swimming, showering, or exercising to prevent contact with chemicals and sweat.
  • Clean your silver jewelry regularly using a mild jewelry cleaner or silver polishing cloth. Gently polish the silver surface to remove any tarnish or dirt buildup.
  • Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasives when cleaning your silver jewelry, as they may damage the metal and the marble.
  • It is always a good idea to remove your silver jewelry before applying beauty products such as lotions, perfumes, or hairsprays, as they can cause discoloration.
  • At the end of the day, wipe your jewelry with an anti-tarnish cloth before storing it away. This will make sure any lingering moisture, oils or dust is removed.
  • Finally, remember to wear and enjoy your silver jewelry often! Regular use can help prevent tarnish build-up, keeping your piece looking beautiful for years to come.

Size guides

Necklace size guide

Check out our chain size guide so you can find the perfect piece of jewelry for you.

Galeos Necklace Size Chart

Ring size guide

If you don’t know the ring size that fits you, the most reliable way to find it is to visit a jewelry store and have your finger measured.

If you still don’t have the opportunity to go to a store then download and consult our guide below.

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