a safe place to put your rings when you take them off.
Always use the same place, for memorys sake.
a diamond where it will not rub up against other jewelry.
Its own box is the best place.
or videotape your jewelry and file with your insurance.
Ask your agent about the details of jewelry coverage in
your rings checked at least once a year.
and inspect your rings regularly. Rinse in a commercial
jewelry cleaner, brush with nothing tougher than a childs
toothbrush, rinse in water, then buff with a soft cloth.
Other jewelry benefits from gentle buffing with a soft
...wear rings when doing laundry, heavy cleaning or using
harsh chemicals. This could stain them.
your ring on the edge of the sink or on the window ledge
over the sink. Rings seem to be attracted to drains, toilets
your rings while doing yard work or construction. You
could chip or loosen the stone.