Your piece of Anna Maccieri Rossi can last for ever if you take care of it with attention and love. The following guidelines will help you to make sure that your piece will be in perfect conditions for years to come:

Your piece should not be immersed in water and should be kept away from chlorine, bleach, vinegar, ammonia, hand sanitizer and other such liquids.

When getting ready, please put your jewellery on last, after applying makeup, perfume, hairspray and lotions.

We recommend you remove your jewellery when washing your hands or applying hand sanitizer and lotion, ensuring your skin is dry before handling your piece.

When storing your jewellery, please use the soft pouch provided, protecting it from other objects that may scratch its surface.

We advise keeping your pieces in a cool, dry place and avoid over exposure to direct sunlight, as it may affect the colour of stones.

Whenever necessary, use a soft, lint-free cloth to clean your jewellery pieces. If especially dirty, some warm soapy water will help to remove the dirt, or you can take it to a trusted jeweller for cleaning.


Mother of pearl, also known as Nacre, is an organic material produced by some molluscs as an inner shell layer. It is strong, resilient and iridescent.

As this is a natural material, each mother of pearl is unique, and its colour may change slightly over time. To keep your mother of pearl looking its best, it will require the following care:

We recommend that your mother of pearl piece be stored in a pouch, protected from other objects that may scratch its surface.

You should avoid keeping your piece in high temperatures and exposing to too much direct sunlight. Mother of pearl likes a humid environment which helps prevent the shell from drying out.

Please avoid wearing your mother of pearl piece during exercise and whilst showering, it should also be removed before submerging in water, i.e. bathing, swimming pool, ocean, etc. as gradual absorption can occur.


What Is Aventurine Glass?

Murano, an island near Venice, Italy, is famed for its intricate glassblowing. It’s also the birthplace of aventurine glass, a mesmerizing deep blue glass with ß ecks of gold or copper inside. As the story goes, this glass was created by chance — “all’avventura” in Italian — when an artisan accidentally spilled metal shavings into glass in the 15th century. (Other stories claim it was a secret technique created by glassmakers, who named it aventurine after “avventura”, the Italian word for adventure.)

Aventurie glass requires some precautions to be cleaned and stored in the best way.

Clean only the glass parts with a microÞ bre cloth and mild soapy water . Do not use chemicals or abrasives which could ruin the color and shine of the glass.

Dry the jewels well after cleaning them , to prevent humidity from causing oxidation or stains.

Do not wear your Aventurine glass jewelery when taking a shower, bath, sauna or swimming pool . Water and steam could damage the glass or the materials with which it is combined.

Do not wear Aventurine glass jewelery when exercising or doing housework . Sweat, heat and shocks may affect the glass or cause scratches or breakage.

Do not expose Aventurine glass jewels to direct sunlight or excessive heat sources . The glass may discolor or lose its brilliance.

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