Owning jewelry comes with responsibility, what we would call an onus to take care of it. Unless you were born in Beverly Hills you probably didn't get your first diamonds until your 20s if you were lucky (or if you are like us and took your security deposit and brought yourself your first diamond ring #truestory). So hopefully by the time you are rocking that rock you are mature enough to realize you need to a take care of it.
We big fans of incorporating a good jewelry clean with our Saturday morning chores. Soak, scrub, rinse, and dry (pro-tip usually when your diamond looks dirty it is the bottom not the top that needs the most attention and cleaning). Some people like getting their teeth cleaned, we are more fans of a professional cleaning for our diamonds. Should we go so far to ask for a professional steam cleaner for Christmas next year? We digress, on the topic of care for your jewelry comes finding the the right vessel, to rest, or travel with your diamonds. So we picked out some of our favorites, so you can can care for jewels in style.
1. Parker Thatch Travel Jewel Box, added bonus the case says "keep out" to dissuade boyfriends from getting their finger prints on your freshly cleaned rocks (hate when that happens) $58
2. Jonathan Alder Lacquer Jewelry Box, the right choice when you have reached level 5 jewelry addiction (on a 1 to 10 scale) and need something plush for your jewels as your expand your collections into necklaces and earrings $295
3. The Mrs. Box, the perfect collectable box for your engagement ring $75, bonus tip - add your monogram for an extra $25
4. Pottery Barn Antique Gold Jewelry Box, if your engagement ring is a old european cut, this is the jewelry box for you $79
5. Baba Souk Ceramic Ring Holder, the perfect buy for the lady that comes home takes her rings off and forgets where she put them down, pretty much a no brainer at $6
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