Jewellery is not just an accessory; it is a statement of style, a mark of moments, and an investment that often carries emotional value. Whether it is the gleam of precious stone or the subtle elegance of semi-precious stone, each piece demands care to maintain its sparkle and ensure its longevity. KGK Group, a name synonymous with quality and trust in the world of gems and jewellery, brings you an essential guide to caring for your cherished pieces. Let’s explore the world of jewellery care, ensuring your treasures continue to shine bright for generations.

Understanding the Need for Jewellery Care

Jewellery, over time, can lose its lustre, get scratched, or even become damaged if not properly cared for. Everyday activities can expose your pieces to substances that can dull their appearance. Therefore, regular maintenance is not just about keeping your jewellery looking its best; it is about preserving its value and the memories it holds.

Caring for Precious Stone Jewellery

Precious stones such as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds are known for their hardness, yet they require specific care to keep their sparkle.

Cleaning Precious Stone Jewellery

  • Gentle Cleaning: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe the surface of the stones and metal. This can remove everyday dust and oil without risking damage.
  • Soapy Water: For a deeper clean, soak your jewellery in a solution of warm water and mild dish soap. Use a soft brush to gently scrub the stones and settings. Rinse under running water, and dry with a soft cloth.
  • Professional Cleaning: For thorough cleaning, especially for intricate pieces, consider a professional cleaning by a reputable jeweller, such as KGK Group, to ensure your precious stones retain their brilliance.

Maintenance Tips

  • Regular Checks: Regularly inspect your jewellery for loose settings or signs of wear. This is crucial for pieces with precious stones, as a loose setting can lead to a lost gem.
  • Storage: Store your precious stone jewellery separately in a lined jewellery box or a pouch to prevent scratches.

Care and Maintenance of Semi-Precious Stone Jewellery

Semi-precious gemstones, including amethyst, turquoise, and opal, offer a spectrum of colours and textures. While these stones may not match the hardness of their precious counterparts, they still demand careful attention to keep their beauty intact.

Cleaning Semi-Precious Stone Jewellery

  • Avoid Chemicals: Many semi-precious gemstones are porous and can be damaged by harsh chemicals. Stick to mild soap and water for cleaning.
  • Soft Touch: Use a soft, damp cloth to wipe the surface gently. For textured or detailed pieces, a soft brush can help remove dirt from crevices.
  • Dry Properly: After cleaning, ensure the jewellery is thoroughly dried to prevent water spots or metal tarnishing.

Maintenance Tips

  • Careful Wear: Avoid wearing semi-precious stone jewellery during activities that can expose it to chemicals, sharp blows, or extreme temperatures.
  • Proper Storage: Like precious stone jewellery, store your semi-precious pieces separately to avoid scratches. Wrap them in soft cloth or store them in individual compartments.


Maintaining the beauty and integrity of your jewellery requires mindful care and occasional professional assistance. Whether your collection features the unmatched brilliance of precious stones or the unique allure of semi-precious gemstones, each piece deserves attention to detail in its care. KGK Group, with its longstanding reputation for quality and craftsmanship, not only offers an exquisite selection of jewellery adorned with both precious and semi-precious stones but also provides expert advice on care and maintenance.

Trust KGK Group to be your partner in ensuring that your jewellery remains as captivating and cherished as the moments they symbolise. Caring for your jewellery does not just preserve its appearance; it safeguards your investment and the memories attached to each piece. With the right care, your precious and semi-precious stone jewellery will continue to sparkle and delight for many years to come.