Diamonds and Gold

Clean your diamond regularly. Take advantage of the Frost jewelry cleaner provided at time of pick-up (you can never clean your gold and diamond jewelry too much!). A simple plan to keep your diamond jewelry always looking beautiful after you run out of cleaning solution is to soak the diamond in an ammonia-based household cleaner (such as window cleaner) overnight, once or twice weekly. In the morning, remove the diamond from the cleaner and brush it with a soft, clean toothbrush (one that has not previously been used in any way, and that you reserve exclusively for cleaning your diamond) to remove any leftover dirt.  Take extra time to brush the back of the diamond as this will be the area that has collected the most oil and dirt.  For heavily soiled items, stop in our showroom to have your ring professionally cleaned for FREE. Other repairs and cleanings may require the ring to be serviced at our repair shop; in that case, please call or send us an email for any further questions and pricing.


Sterling silver is a precious metal and may require cleaning from time to time. Using a small amount of silver jewelry cleaner on a soft polishing cloth, gently rub the silver several times.  Then rinse the silver thoroughly in warm water and carefully dry.  This will remove the tarnish and dullness, keeping your sterling silver like new.  Please note: chlorine and bleach accelerate should be avoided.

Contemporary Metals

Contemporary metals (Tungsten, Cobalt, Titanium, Etc.) possess superior physical qualities making these rings virtually carefree.  If your ring is a true contemporary metal ring, the cleaning and care is very simple because it will hold its radiant shine forever.  However it may accumulate fingerprints, smudges, scratches and small knicks over time. Get yourself a soft cloth or jewelry polish cloth, which will take care of the annoying prints and smudges.