Your new jewellery is made of delicate textiles and componenets, please handle with care.
Ensure that your piece does not come into contact with water and I recommend not wearing perfumes around your wrist or neck area as they may react with some materials.
Care and Storage of Brass Jewellery:
My Miss Luxe Collection is predominantly made with raw brass. I don't coat or plate my brass jewellery so that you can experience the richness as the metal changes over time. Brass jewellery will tarnish and patina over time, turning a dark brownish aged colour. This look can be just as beautiful as the shiny new brass.
However, if you prefer your brass to look shiny and new, simply clean it with a polishing cloth (I love Sunshine polishing cloths) or a homemade paste made with bicarbonate soda and lemon juice.
Store your brass jewellery in a dry place as moisture leads to tarnish so it is best to avoid getting it wet. To slow donw the natural tarnishing process, a small ziplock bag is a great idea for storage if you are planning not to wear your piece for some time.plock bag is a great idea for storage if you are planning not to wear your piece for some time.