With so many diamonds, it can be hard to keep track of all the diamonds you own.
Here’s how to stay safe while maintaining a high standard of jewelry safety.
Jewelry is a great way to keep tabs on your jewelry and keep it from going bad.
Keep track of how many rings you have, and how many you have left, and make sure to wear it on your person.
Wear the ring on your finger.
It should stay on your ring finger and don’t pull it off, especially during heavy wear.
The ring should never be worn in a pocket or purse.
Make sure the ring is securely fastened, and the rings must be checked regularly for wear and tear.
Always wear the ring in the correct place.
Never wear the finger, or the side of the ring, as the finger is the part that you’ll be wearing it on.
Jewelers are trained to keep jewelry in a well-ventilated area, and wear gloves when you use the ring.
Wear it on a finger or ring.
If you have one of the most important parts of your jewelry in your hand, you should wear it there.
This is especially important if you have jewelry that has been worn for a long time.
Always use a jeweler’s screwdriver to remove any jewelry from the jewelry holder.
If the screwdriver is not in the right place, it will damage the metal and will not allow you to remove the jewelry safely.
Never remove jewelry from a jewelry holder without first checking that the screw driver is correctly positioned on the jewelry.
You should never use the screwdrivers while you are wearing a jewelry bracelet or ring, or while using a jewelry clip, which can easily fall off.
When you use jewelry, make sure that you check it every day and regularly.
Never leave jewelry on jewelry that you have not washed or polished.
Never store jewelry in an area where you may get into trouble.
When storing jewelry, take it to a safe place where it can easily be cleaned.
Keep jewelry away from children.
Jewelries should not be stored in places where children could pick them up.
Always wash jewelry before and after use, and store jewelry separately.
Keep your jewelry from getting into the wrong hands.
Make your jewelry secure and safe.
Make it secure with a safety pin, a knot, or an inexpensive metal pin.
Don’t store jewelry with a sharp blade or sharp corners.
Always place jewelry in the same place where you keep your personal property.
Never place jewelry on your face or anywhere else you may be tempted to put it.
If your jewelry gets lost or stolen, immediately report it to the local police.
Never put jewelry in another person’s purse or purse clip.
Jeweler safety is always your responsibility.