Taking Care of Your Most Cherished Sterling Silver Cufflinks

by Angie Mastroyiannis October 06, 2017

Taking Care of Your Most Cherished Sterling Silver Cufflinks

As you may already be aware, whether racing themed, traditional or otherwise, all of One Bond Street’s stylish and exclusive cufflinks are crafted from the very highest quality metals; made from the finest sterling silver and plated with the most precious and luxurious rhodium. It is this that endows them with their pleasant and lustrous exteriors, whilst ensuring that they are durable and will stand the test of time.

In spite of their quality and resilience, however, there are a number of steps that can be taken, by the cufflink enthusiasts amongst us, to be sure that our most cherished sterling silver cufflinks, as sold by One Bond Street, stay at their very best for as long as is possible. Investing in one of One Bond Streets very own wooden lacquered cufflink boxes, for instance, is a great place to start. This will give you a place to keep your beloved sterling silver cufflinks safe to ensure that they do not become damaged or tarnished. What’s more, it will also give you a place to keep them where you know that they are not liable to become lost or forgotten about!

On top of this, One Bond Street’s charming wooden lacquered cufflink boxes are, in themselves, a most prized possession. Indeed, as they are crafted from the finest wood and coated with a luxurious lacquer finish, their wooden lacquered cufflink boxes possess a stunning and elegant exterior, meaning they are worthy of display in and of themselves.

Aside from charming wooden lacquered cufflink boxes, it’s a good idea to clean your sterling silver cufflinks from time to time to ensure they do not tarnish or lose their exquisite lustre. You can buy cleaning products specifically for sterling silver jewellery, however, if you clean them fairly regularly, then all you should need is a soft polishing cloth. This will ensure that your cherished sterling silver cufflinks continue to shine year after year, allowing them to keep their charming façade for as long as you wish to wear them.

Further, it is also a good idea to make sure that your best loved sterling silver cufflinks, as sold by One Bond Street, do not come into contact with many chemicals. This is because harsh chemicals, like chlorine, for instance, regardless of how high-quality sterling silver is, can severely discolour or damage sterling silver jewellery. This would, of course, be an awful shame, so it is certainly not with the risk!

Overall then, if you are keen to ensure that your most cherished sterling silver cufflinks, as sold by One Bond Street, stay at their very best for as long as possible, it’s a good idea to follow at least some of these valuable steps. That way, you can be sure, that your favourite sterling silver fastenings do not become damaged, tarnished or lost and that you can enjoy them for many years to come!




Angie Mastroyiannis
Angie Mastroyiannis

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