TAKING CARE OF YOUR JEWELLERY

Your Piaget creation deserves the right care to preserve its beauty over time. This section provides you with a few simple gestures to protect your jewellery. Piaget specialists in our boutiques are at your disposal to provide you with personalised advice.

SIX TIPS FOR CARING FOR YOUR JEWELLERY

Because you care about your Piaget creations and want to protect them, we offer a few simple care tips that will keep your creations looking beautiful and perfect.

  • luxury jewellery tips with cosmetics

    Put your jewellery on last, after creams, make-up or fragrances for the perfect finishing touch to your look.

  • luxury jewellery shocks protection

    Jewellery can become fragile when you lift or carry heavy objects, keep it away if nobody else can do it for you! Your precious and ornamental stones will stay magnificent as long as you preserve them from intense thermal shocks.

  • how to clean your luxury jewellery

    Keep your jewellery gleaming by using a very soft brush dipped in soapy water, then carefully rinsing and drying with a soft cloth. Jewellery with pearls, emeralds or fabric, however, requires more careful care. Please visit your Piaget boutique, we will be delighted to give you more specific advice.

  • how to transport your luxury jewellery

    Your necklaces and bracelets will be ready to wear by storing them flat and separate from each other.

  • luxury jewellery stones servicing

    Your Piaget creation is precious. If you are concerned about the security of your jewellery settings, please visit your Piaget boutique and we will be delighted to check them for you.

TAKING CARE OF ORNAMENTAL STONES

As they are natural stones, special attention is required to protect them from damage, scratching and thermal shocks:

  • Store them in a fabric-lined box away from other jewellery pieces,
  • avoid extreme heat and/or prolonged exposure,
  • avoid perfume, moisturising lotions and sun cream,
  • keep them away from water (hot/cold),
  • clean carefully with a dry, soft cloth.

If, despite your care, your jewellery remains dull and the gems lacklustre, take it to your Piaget dealer.