Jewelry has become an indispensable part of modern people’s lives. However, many people will encounter such a series of problems after purchasing jewelry, such as: necklace,birthstone necklace bracelet break, hollow jewelry deformation, gold jewelry color change, etc., some consumers will think this it is manufacturer’s quality problem, but it is not. Today, let me talk about what is the quality problem of jewelry and the wearing problem of jewelry!

1. Quality Problems

Pure gold and sterling silver products (gold, platinum, silver) Quality problems: It means that the gold content and silver content of the products have not reached the national standard. Jewelry jade (diamond, color treasure, jade, pearl) First, concealingconsumers product information, such as not claiming that the gemstone has been treated, avoiding jade cracks and so on. Second, the synthetic gemstones are sold as natural gemstones.

2. Wearing problems

Product breakage, deformation, discoloration, etc. are wearing problems, the customer in the process of wearing, consciously or unconsciously scraping goods, squeezing goods or touching chemicals, will lead to product breakage, deformation and discoloration. The wearing problem is not limited to the length of time, it may be one day, or it may be one year, so you need to pay more attention during the wearing process, generally there is no problem.

3. Wearing precautions

  •  Gold jewelry

Texture is soft, do not rub, collide, squeeze with hard objects when wearing, so as not to deform. It is normal for deformation or break to be worn regardless of the length of time. Gold jewelry should avoid mixing with chemical substances such as acid, alkali, tribute, tin, lead, iodine, cosmetics, etc., otherwise it will turn white. This is a normal chemical reaction and should be processed at the store. The fading and discoloration of gold cheap necklaces are closely related to the sweat of the human body. 1% of the human body’s sweat is a harmful substance, such as chloride, lactic acid urea, ammonium urate, etc., which will produce silver chloride and copper sulphide. And it shows a deep black chemical salt, this situation must be paid attention to cleaning. Gold jewelry should be avoided to wear with platinum jewelry, otherwise there will be color changes in friction.

  • Palladium Jewelry

Has high hardness and brittleness. If it is damaged, it is not easy to repair.

  • Diamond jewelry

Inlaid diamonds should be inspected once every 3 months to see if the diamonds are loose or displaced. Avoid contacting or collision with hard objects to avoid deformation of the claws and loosening of the diamonds. Diamonds are strongly lipophilic and are recommended to be cleaned every 3 months.

  • Pearl jewelry

18k gold jewelry pearl jewelry, 18K gold try to avoid exposure, avoid contact with perfume, hair gel and other high-performance substances, otherwise it will easily fade, lose luster.

  • Jade jewelry

can not be contacted with acid, alkali and organic solutions, otherwise it is prone to corrosive effects. Jewelry should be removed in time for sleeping, bathing and strenuous exercise. Hardness of the precious metal material is soft. It is easy to collide with the hard object during the wearing process or the friction will be worn on the surface. Some worn jewels can be repaired by polishing and refurbishing. If there is a serious bruise, you need to add gold to plastic repair, this is a common service content for professional luxury repair organizations. The deformation problem of metal jewelry such as monogram ring and bracelets is due to the strong ductility of the precious metal, which is easily deformed under the action of a certain external force. In particular, noble metals of higher purity, such as thousands of gold and 950 platinum. In order to avoid monotony, thousands of gold jewelry will be carved on the surface. Due to the soft gold, these petals will wear out or disappear after long-term wear, and it is normal to lose their original appearance.

For the inlaid jewellery, the claw setting has a better fixing effect on the jewel, but the claw is generally thin, and the hardness of the material used is less than 5, which will loosen after severe impact and touch, and the effect of fixing the jewel will be greatly discounted, claws in the presence of breakage should be promptly repaired to professional institutions to prevent loss of gemstone loss. The micro-studs are set with jewels set with many small diamonds. Generally, the micro-stitching is used. The micro-stitching is generally a method in which the stones of the same size are densely and symmetrically arranged together, and the fixing method is fixed by sharing the claws with each other. The inlaying technique is very popular among women but the micro-studded inserts are slender, and the impact and hooking may cause the claws to deform. The loosening of the claws will cause the problem of the diamonds to be broken. Drill repairs are very common.