All SHINE ON YOU jewellery is skilfully designed and is expertly crafted by artisans using high quality, long lasting materials.


Brass products will naturally tarnish over time but this is not a fault in the product.

These products are not resistant to water, moisture or sweat.

To keep your items in top condition, you must handle them carefully.


Stainless Steel Jewellery a steel alloy with a minimum of 10.5% chromium content by mass and a maximum of 1.2% carbon by mass. 

Stainless Steel has a naturally high resistance to tarnishing and rusting.

For this reason, we use this material most in our products.

These products are water resistant, but as with any jewellery, it is best to avoid contact with chemicals to maintain their shine.

Please note that the color tone of stainless steel products is slightly darker than that of sterling silver products.

If you want to buy longer-lasting products, please choose stainless steel products.


The best known precious metals are gold and silver.

Silver has a softer structure compared to many mines. Having a soft structure makes it difficult to process in various designs. In order to give silver a hardness that can be processed, it must be mixed with various metals such as copper.

925 Sterling Silver consists of 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper.

Silver is a precious and gentle material. Please take care of these products.

When you are not using silver products, we strongly recommend that you keep them in a closed box away from light.

When not in use, silver that is exposed to air, moisture and sunlight loses its originality over time.

Tips for longer lasting jewellery:

Jewellery will eventually tarnish over time when involving metal that is gold plated & silver plated . Avoiding contact with the following can slow the tarnishing time & keep your Shine On You jewellery looking new; 

 Keep away from soaps, perfumes, and chemicals. 

 Clean with a soft cloth. 

 Store in a dry place. 

 Take it out while sleeping, taking a shower, in the pool and in the sea.

• Always remember that your jewellery should be the last thing you put on and the first thing you take off when dressing.