For those looking for some simple everyday bling. Just like how travellers before relied on the stars to find their way, let these babies accompany you on your journey!
Sapphires were favoured by royalty and upperclassmen in earlier times, which is why you see their crowns and robes frequently adorned with this gem. It's deep blue hue is also the standard by which other blue stones like the topaz or tanzanite are measured.
Cleaning Your Jewellery
We recommend cleaning your jewellery with mild non-perfumed soap and water.
Do not use acidic solutions such as hand sanitiser or alcohol swabs as that may cause a reaction with your pieces.
Do not use a silver polishing cloth on this piece as it will remove the protective coating and plating of the metal.
To keep your piece shiny for an extended time, avoid harsh chemicals like nail polish removers, detergent or perfume to keep this piece fresher for longer.
Wipe this item with a dry tissue or cloth after wearing to remove any body oils or sweat before storing in a cool dry place.
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