Deborah Finn's Rittenhouse Jewelers

Deborah Finn's Rittenhouse Jewelers Is Currently Available for Care of Gemstone Jewelry


Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 02/28/2013 -- When it comes to the general care of jewelry there are a few important things that need to be done to maintain the best look of jewelry. Deborah Finn’s Rittenhouse Jewelers, a jeweler in Philadelphia, understands what it takes to keep Gemstones looking pristine and is currently available for the special care of jewelry.

The owners of the jewelry can do their part in keeping the pieces clean by trying to keep it away from dirt, cosmetics, hair spray, perfume, as well as perspiration. People should also avoid salt water along with harsh chemicals like chlorine and detergents that could possibly harm the gold and/or gemstones. It is important to wipe down gemstones with a clean, moist cloth, after wearing. This keeps the jewelry clean while it is being stored, this is especially important for jewelry that is going to be stored away for a long period of time or isn’t worn a lot.

Chemicals can erode the polish and finish of gems and precious metals. People are to never use commercial cleaning solutions and should never boil or use hot water for cleaning. The opals and emerald jewelry should always be kept in cotton and never plastic.

Contact Deborah Finn for all jewelry from diamond rings in Philadelphia to gemstones, her pieces are sure to be what people who are in the market for jewelry are looking for, especially custom pieces.

About Deborah Finn’s Rittenhouse Jewelers
Deborah Finn has been a jewelry expert for over 35 years. With precision care of all her jewelry she has maintained a great following over the years. Being in the heart of Philadelphia, Deborah Finn’s store in Rittenhouse Square is a great location when in the city, close to many great shops and restaurants. Come visit her today to see what she has in store, or bring her any ideas that you may have for any custom or specialized jewelry. She can do it all.

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