Jewelry Care & Maintenance

Suzanne and Patile always strive to maintain the highest quality of precious materials and standards when creating their products. With proper care, you can preserve the elegance of your Kalan jewelry for yourself now and for future generations.

If you are unsure on how to properly clean you jewelry, please feel free to contact us, click here.

How to Clean your jewelry

It is considered a precious metal and can easily be scratched. Try to avoid your jewelry from rubbing against hard surfaces and other pieces of jewelry.

To clean your gold jewelry, use warm water with a soft brush before drying it with a soft cloth.

Polishing and rhodium plating may restore your gold to like-new condition. Please contact us if you would like your jewelry cleaned and polished, click here.

To prevent scratches on your platinum jewelry, keep from rubbing against hard surfaces and other pieces of jewelry.

To clean your platinum jewelry, use warm water with a soft brush before drying it with a soft cloth.

We use natural pearls in our jewelry which makes them sensitive to chemical substances. In order to keep your pearls looking their best, try to avoid putting them in contact with cosmetics, such as creams and perfumes.

To clean your pearl jewelry use a damp soft cloth.

While diamonds are the strongest material, it can still be damaged in certain situations, such as strong impacts.

To clean your diamond, use warm water and a soft brush before drying it with a soft cloth.

Emeralds are particularly sensitive to temperature changes. Try to avoid exposing your emerald jewelry to thermal shocks and extreme heat sources.


To clean your emerald, we recommend cleaning it with room temperature water with a soft brush before drying it with a soft cloth.

Opals are particularly sensitive to thermal shock, dry heat, and contact with chemical products. These may risk dehydrating the opal causing it to lose its iridescence. Over time, an opal may vary in weight to due water loss, this is a naturally occurring phenomenon.

Use a soft cloth to clean your opal.

Clean your gemstones with warm water and a soft brush before drying it with a soft cloth.