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The Perfect Pendant

I absolutely adore wearing pendants. A beautiful pendant can instantly add the wow factor to any type of outfit. My collection includes diamond, sapphire, ruby, purple amethyst, green amethyst, blue topaz, and garnet pendants. I like classically shaped pendants such as heart ones. My favorite pendant is the heart shaped diamond one my husband presented me with on our memorable honeymoon. Whenever I want to add sparkle to an outfit, I wear this stunning piece of jewelry. On this blog, I hope you will discover the amazing benefits of owning a variety of different types and sizes of pendants. Enjoy!


The Perfect Pendant

3 Smart Ways To Keep Your High-Quality Diamond Watch In Good Shape

by Natalie Fields

Owning a high-quality diamond watch is about more than owning a watch; it is about owning a statement piece. Nice watches are very valuable pieces of jewelry that need special care in order to last and keep looking great.

Wear and Use Your Watch

It may feel a little counterintuitive, but you are not doing your watch any favors by just letting it sit in your dresser in a pretty little box. Sitting and not being used can actually damage your watch. It was made to be worn, so get it out of the case and put it on. Nice watches are specially made so that all the little movements that you make when you wear your watch actually helps move the lubrication inside of the watch that keeps it working properly. When you don't wear your watch, the lubrication inside doesn't move around, which can lead to friction inside of the watch and can actually result in damage. Do yourself a favor and put on your watch.

Clean Your Watch

You can lightly clean off your watch at home. Just like anything that you wear on a daily basis, it is going to get dirty over time. You can use a microfiber cloth to clean your watch off in the evening when you take it off.

If you have a waterproof watch, you can actually clean it. Before you clean it, make sure the screws on the watch are tight. Then, mix a small amount of soap that doesn't have any ammonia in it with some warm water. Gently scrub the watch with a very soft brush and dry it off with a microfiber cloth.

Get Your Watch Professionally Polished

You shouldn't polish your watch on your own. Once a year, you should take the watch to a certified watch professional to be polished. This is a highly technical process, and you don't want to scratch the watch, which is why it is best to let a watch professional polish it.

They will shine up your watch and ensure that it doesn't appear dull at all.

Your nice diamond watch may be a statement piece, but it is made to be worn. It will function more effectively if you wear and use it. However, when it comes to polishing your watch, you should always allow a professional to handle that job. They will get your watch shining again without allowing your watch to get scratched up. For more information, contact a company like The Timepiece Collection today.