Cleaning Native American Jewelry
Native American Jewelry like your beautiful Turquoise, White Buffalo, and Onyx jewelry should always be handled with care. Here are a few tips for preserving your gorgeous Native American jewelry collection in the finest condition possible. When not wearing your exquisite Sterling Silver jewelry, store it in a plastic bag. When not being worn or displayed, keep it dry and wrapped up in tissue paper.
When needed, clean your sterling silver using a silver polishing cloth, but avoid using silver dips, chemical solutions, or ultrasonic cleaning products, as these can cause the stone to discolor.
No chemical or oil-containing product (including ordinary home cleansers, soaps, shampoos, chlorine, and so on) should come into contact with the silver or stone.
Wearing jewelry or watches in a swimming pool or while cleaning is never a smart idea.
Putting Your Native American Jewelry on Display
There are several methods to display your jewelry collection while keeping it secure. Shadowbox boxes, which can be exhibited nearly anywhere in your home while protecting the jewelry, are one suggestion for keeping your jewelry out for décor as well as keeping it secure. These may be found in your local antique shop or store (please consider supporting a local small business over a major retailer). If you're feeling really crafty, there are several DIY jewelry storage options on Pinterest.