Care Guide

First ensure it is a perfect fit.

If the ring is too loose, then it is likely to spin/move and possibly misshapen or knocked as a result.
Bent rings are also more prone to losing stones, especially if the claws/metal has been damaged.
Be aware of your surroundings and what surfaces your ring has contact with.

Over the lifetime of a ring, it is inevitable that it will scratch however we recommend to be very mindful of the environment your ring is in . Gardening work, lifting weights/heavy objects, putting away the dishes etc will cause more surface wear than standard every-day wear so it is best to remove during such activities.
Pavé settings/pointy claws are also more likely to snag or catch on certain materials so extra precaution should be taken to ensure the setting retains its integrity. 

Whilst Diamonds are the hardest natural material on Earth, this does not mean that are indestructible. Even though they can withstand a fair bit of abuse from general everyday wear - they can still be scratch, chipped or broken. 

We recommend to regularly check your ring for damage to the setting (part holding the diamond) to prevent it coming loose as a result.

This is a complimentary service we offer on all Louise Jean pieces.



Morganite is ranked 7.5-8 on the Mohs scale, so it is a durable gemstone for ceremonial jewellery as long as it is treated with care to protect against scratching and hard knocks.
These beauties are quite susceptible to dirt/oil buildup - which means that over time and everyday wear, your ring may look dull in appearance. This does not affect the quality of the stone.
Warm soapy water with a gentle cleaning brushed (or toothbrush) and a soft cloth is the safest way to clean a Morganite.
A professional clean will remove all oil/dirt buildup and residue to bring the stone back to it's former glory.

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