Tips to move your diamond earrings and co

Tips to move your diamond earrings and co

Every woman loves her jewellery. Diamond earrings, bracelets, etc., everything has been stored away nice and safely in a jewellery box. But what to do when you will be moving? Would it be sufficient to hand your diamond jewellery along with the moving truck? No, there are a quite a number of preparations you need to make to avoid irreparable damage. We would like to give you a few tips, a couple of simple tricks to make sure the diamond earrings and co arrive safely at their new destination. 

Disentangle necklaces

You undoubtedly have an extensive collection of diamond necklaces, especially during the current trend of wearing different finer models together.  The finer, the more delicate. There's nothing more annoying than a bunch of necklaces that have been entangled in each other. Therefore, disentangle everything, before you continue packing. 

Diamonds make scratches

Diamond is one of the strongest materials on the planet, so it can take a hit. But diamonds could damage each other: friction causes scratches. This causes diamond earrings for example to lose their brilliance and appear rather dull. 

Each jewel seperately

By storing each jewel seperately, you can avoid scratches. Therefore you better store away everything safely in fabric or velvet sachets. We wouldn't want your diamond jewellery to get irreparably damaged. A little scratch could have dramatic consequences, both internal and external. 

Stay with them

In conclusion, a tip for moving day itself: stay with them! A diamond sometimes means more than you think and you really don't want your diamond jewellery to be suddenly gone.  Therefore, make sure to keep an eye on them. 

At BAUNAT, we have an extensive collection of jewels, from beautiful diamond earrings to timeless engagement rings and cute necklaces, there's something for everyone. Would you like to have more information about a specific diamond jewel, please do not hesitate to contact us

Author: Thomas Vanden Bogaerde

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