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How to Store Your New Jewelry to Keep It Safe and Looking Great

Last updated 2 years ago

The pawn shop gives you the perfect place to purchase beautiful jewelry at a fraction of the cost of other stores. Once you find pieces you love, you want to properly store them so they remain in their original condition. Use the following tips to find the best ways to keep your jewelry safe, clean, and looking great:

Separate Different Pieces

  • An easy way to avoid tangles is to separate your jewelry when you store it. Find a jewelry box, jewelry tree, or storage unit that allows you to hang your necklaces. When you hang them, they will be easily accessible and will not be difficult to remove. You should also store your bracelets and rings in separate sections to prevent them from scratching each other and to keep them in the best condition.

Keep them Dry

  • It is a good idea to store your jewelry in a dry place. A fabric-lined jewelry box will keep each piece protected even if it is stored for long periods of time. If you do not have a fabric-lined box, consider wrapping your valuable jewelry in tissue paper. This will also help you keep all of the pieces separated while adding an extra layer of protection.

Differentiate Everyday Wear

  • There are some pieces that you will wear more often than others. Consider placing the everyday wear into a smaller box so you can easily get to it. Separating the pieces that you wear often allows you to grab them without disturbing the other, more valuable pieces.

Find great jewelry deals at Gem Pawnbrokers, New York’s premium gold buyer. We also sell watches at affordable prices. Come in today to buy jewelry or get cash for gold. With more than 20 locations in and around the city, we give you the convenience you need. To learn more, please visit us online or call (718) 225-5436.

 

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