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~ Caring For Your Jewelry ~

  • Wash your jewelry with mild soap and lay it flat to dry.

  • Do not wear your jewelry while washing your horse or cleaning their stalls. If the pieces are repeatedly getting wet (or dirty) this may affect the glue and soap build-up could damage the hair as well as shorten the life expectancy of your jewelry.

  • Wearing your bracelet next to a watch or other items could fray the hair.

  • As for rings, the horsehair in the comfort-fit ring is a bit more protected than the square-fit ring; however, neither ring should be worn when your hands are in the water.

  • It is also important to know that constant wear may shorten the life expectancy of the hair in the ring.

  • If your keepsakes are braided and they get wet, please allow them to dry in a natural manner. Bracelets should be closed. Flat items should lay flat. If your braid snags and a hair strand is broken, please use nail clippers to carefully snip the broken hair close to the braid.

  • Metal may tarnish. This is a natural occurrence due to exposure to sulfur or hydrogen sulfide in the air. To avoid tarnish please store in a jewelry box or pouch. If possible, jewelry should not come in contact with harsh chemicals. (Stainless steel and sterling silver designs can be cleaned with a polishing cloth if they tarnish, but once silver-plated hardware tarnishes this is permanent and unfortunately nothing can be done to restore its original color.)

  • It is also important to know that constant wear may shorten the life expectancy of the hair in the ring.