Lingerie Jewellery

Exciting news for all fashion lovers! Divaurae is thrilled to unveil its latest collection, a stunning range of lingerie jewellery that promises to redefine elegance and style. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, each piece in this collection is a testament to Divaurae’s commitment to excellence and luxury.

Get ready to adorn yourself with these breathtaking creations, coming soon to Divaurae. Stay tuned for an unparalleled journey into the world of sophisticated glamour!

The ring of gratitude
The center of the world

Caring for your Linda Miller lingerie jewellery can be simple if you follow a few simple steps to avoid damage.

To protect your jewelry, we recommend that you store jewelry separately, as the jewelry may be scratched if it comes into contact with other jewelry. We recommend that you store it in the Linda Miller jewelery bag you received with your purchase to avoid metal or stone wear and ideally in a dry place with low humidity.

When storing a chain necklace or bracelet, always make sure to fasten the jewelry first to avoid knots.

We recommend that you remove jewelry when showering or bathing, especially if you are at the beach, sea, or in chlorinated water. It is also advised not to wear your jewelry while exercising, gardening, or any activity that involves repeatedly knocking, scratching, or touching hard and abrasive surfaces.

We recommend that you regularly check stone-set jewelry to ensure that the prongs holding the stone are not worn or damaged, which could lead to the stone becoming loose.

Extends the good condition of your jewelry

We recommend that you clean your jewelry regularly with suitable professional jewelry cleaning agents and have your jewelry professionally cleaned and maintained every 6 months a year.

Diamonds

Diamonds are well known for their hardness on the Mohs scale, however, they can still be chipped or cracked when knocked and care should be taken to avoid harsh contact when worn. Diamonds can be easily cleaned using a small amount of liquid soap in hot water and dried using a lint-free cloth to remove any dirt and grease to bring back its shine.

Sapphires & Rubies

Rubies and Sapphires are relatively hard on the Mohs scale, making these stones for everyday wear. However, alike to Diamonds, they can still be chipped or cracked when knocked and care should be taken to avoid harsh contact when worn.

Rubies and Sapphires can be easily cleaned using warm soapy water and a gentle soft brush, and dried using a lint-free cloth to remove any dirt and grease. Ultrasonic and steam cleaners are usually safe for untreated, heat-treated, and lattice diffusion treated stones.

Emeralds

Emeralds are infamous for their history and their deep luscious green colour is one that cannot be matched by another stone. They are even more precious as they are typically oil-treated to improve clarity and lustre. Due to this, it is recommended you don’t use steam or cleaning solutions, and only use warm water and soap, and polish with a lint-free soft cloth.

Crystal Haze

Crystal Haze is unique to Stephen Webster and has its very own care guides to ensure the longevity of your pieces. We would advise your Crystal Haze is kept away from strong light sources, chemicals, extreme changes in temperature and prolonged submerged in water. This will keep the stone from separating and keep the piece looking as perfect as the day you choose it.

You can keep the stone clean by rubbing it with a lint-free cloth to remove any dirt or fingerprints that may have appeared.

Porous Gemstones

Porous gemstones, including Amber, Turquoise, Opals and Pearls can be stained by oils or liquids, so it is important to avoid contact with face creams, lotions, and household chemicals.

Most porous gemstones should not be cleaned with water or submerged in water, as this can cause discolouration and may damage them.

We recommend using a soft dry lint-free cloth to carefully remove any dirt that has gathered around the jewellery setting. Ultrasonic cleaning and steam cleaning are not advised to be used on porous stones.