24/7 wear jewelry refers to pieces of jewelry that are designed to be worn all day, every day. These are typically pieces that are made from durable materials, such as stainless steel, and are resistant to tarnishing or damage from normal everyday wear and tear.

Stainless steel like this Celtic O ring collar is a metal that doesn't rust, tarnish, or scratch. It's also water-resistant because of the element Chromium, which creates a thin layer of oxide on the surface of the steel. Stainless steel is hypoallergenic, so even those with sensitive skin can wear it. To clean, simply use mild soap and a soft cloth, and pat dry.


Anodized Aluminum is another metal that's safe to wear. It's hypoallergenic and lightweight, weighing 1/3 of sterling silver and most other metals. You see it in our colorful makings like this helm weave collar. It doesn't rust or tarnish, but colored anodized rings may fade due to things like sulfur, detergents, chlorine, air pollution, household chemicals, cleaners.

To prevent discoloration, store your jewelry in a Ziploc bag or soft fabric bag. Never use polishing creams or cloths on anodized rings because they may remove the color.


Rhodium-plated sterling silver is a durable metal that has a beautiful finish. Rhodium is very strong, protecting the sterling silver from wear and tear. It also has a high shine, making your jewelry stand out like this diamond O ring collar. Rhodium plating is not susceptible to tarnishing, so your jewelry will always look its best. Cleaning is best done with a dry polishing cloth. 


Sterling silver is a stable alloy of silver and copper. Pure silver doesn't tarnish, but it's brittle and can't be used for jewelry alone.

 When you wear sterling silver jewelry, the copper constantly oxidizes, causing discoloration. To prevent this, clean your jewelry as soon as you see the first signs of tarnish. The most common reasons for tarnishing are direct contact with oxygen, water, sulfur, detergents, chlorine, air pollution, atmosphere, household chemicals, cleaners, sweat.

 Polishing cloths are an easy and efficient way to remove tarnish from silver. A microfiber silver polishing cloth is the least expensive method of cleaning silver and is available at most jewelry stores. To use it, simply rub the cloth on the surface of your silver jewelry to remove the layer of tarnish. You will notice a black residue on the cloth; this is the tarnish you just removed from the silver. This method works well if you maintain your silver but can be hard work if you have heavily tarnished silver.

Opals, Gems and Stones

Exposure to water and oil can reduce the connection between opals and the epoxy used to secure them. Therefore, it is best to remove your jewelry prior to swimming in a chlorinated pool. Chlorine can tarnish the stones, affecting the finish. To restore its shine, use a polishing cloth, not a tarnish remover. If the lab opal jewelry features additional gemstones, they can be cleaned with an old toothbrush and a gentle soap. Scrub from top to bottom to get rid of any dirt and debris. Lastly, it should be remembered that regular cleaning is essential to preserve the gleam of all jewelry. all the goodies in it for them.

Gold and rose gold plated is vacuum plated to last up to 15 months with daily wear. This is an affordable alternative to solid gold that gives you high quality jewelry such as this kitten necklace. To clean, simply use mild soap and a soft cloth, and pat dry.


Beaded bracelets such as our Morse Code bracelets are not a friend to all day wear, keep them dry, take off for showers, workouts, swimming, cleaning, and away from lotions, soaps. Be gentle taking them on and off to avoid extra stretching.