Keeping Roman Glass beautiful
When you wear Roman Glass, you are wearing a piece of history! Ancient Roman Glass has been excavated from archaeological sites throughout Israel. The glass that we know as "Roman Glass" dates back as far as the 1st Century B.C.E.
To preserve the patina on your Roman Glass, avoid contact with water, creams and other harsh chemicals.
We proudly stand behind the unique craftmanship of all of our Roman Glass pieces and we hope that you will equally enjoy wearing them!
the Care & Keeping of Silver
Unlike gold, which needs little or no upkeep to keep it looking as great as the day it was purchased, silver will need a little TLC to avoid tarnishing (also called oxidization). Whether it's your silver table ware or the silver on your fingers a little maintenance will go a long way to keep your silver gorgeous!
Believe it or not, you can avoid tarnish by wearing your jewelry often. The oils in your skin will “clean” the silver and keep it looking shiny.
You can get your silver wet!! But remember: swimming pools do contain chlorine, so it's a good idea to remove your silver before swimming.
Household chemicals, perspiration, rubber, chlorinated water, or any substances which contain sulfur (e.g., mayonnaise, eggs, mustard, onions, latex, wool), will cause corrosion and tarnish — so it’s a good idea to remove silver jewelry when doing household chores.
Lotions, cosmetics, hair spray and hair products, and perfumes are also “enemies” of silver and will accelerate tarnishing.
It may be best just to keep your silver in a zipper bag with an anti-tarnish square. Just make sure to dry it before you put it away
Commercial silver polishes are great, but a small paste of baking soda & water works just as well!
Take a little time to make your silver shine, and then let the compliments of your guests rub off on you.