Jaipur, renowned for its breathtaking architecture and exquisite jewellery, is a treasure trove of timeless beauty and grandeur. One such jeweller that has been a part of this legacy for centuries is Bhuramal Rajmal Surana, established in 1735. They have meticulously preserved the unparalleled craftsmanship of traditional Mughal jewellery, ranging from vibrant Meenakari work to traditional Kundan and Jadau sets, and one-of-a-kind Victorian, Diamond and Colour Stone jewellery that exude elegance and luxury.
Heirloom jewellery requires proper care to maintain its lustre and charm that lasts a lifetime. Here are some tips on how to take care of your heirloom jewels.
Store Your Jewellery Properly
One of the most critical aspects of caring for your Jaipur jewellery is proper storage. When not in use, make sure you keep your jewellery in an airtight box and store it in a cool and dry place. Keep it away from direct sunlight as exposure can cause damage to your jewellery. It is also essential to store your individual jewellery pieces separately to prevent them from getting damaged.
Get your Jewellery Cleaned Regularly
Another vital aspect of caring for your Jaipur jewellery is regular cleaning. Over time, dirt and sweat can accumulate on your jewellery, making it look dull. To avoid this, clean your jewellery regularly using a soft cloth or you can reach out to us for avail our cleaning sevices.
Handle Your Jewellery with Care
Jaipur jewellery is delicate and requires careful handling. Avoid wearing your jewellery while doing activities such as gardening, exercising, swimming, etc. as it can get damaged. It is also essential to handle your jewellery with clean hands, as dirt and oils from your skin can affect the lusture of your jewellery over time.
Get Your Jewellery Checked by a Professional
Even with proper care, Jaipur jewellery may require occasional maintenance. It is recommended to take your jewellery to a professional jeweller, such as Suranas Jaipur, for a regular checkup. They can inspect your jewellery for any signs of damage, clean it thoroughly, and recommend any necessary repairs.