- Feb 25, 2015
And try to get a copy of this book. I got this with mine. In case they dont give it amymore, i will include the page on turquoise care.
Congratulations, you are going to love it!!
As for maintenance, i dont get mine wet, and im careful with perfumes, hair spray etc. You dont want to get those on your charm for sure!!
I just polish it with a dry 100% cotton cloth right after i take it off, and store it in a tiffany pouch. You should be ok if you do this, ive had mine for about 10 yrs. and it still looks new!
Today, I saw a high end second hand shop that had Tiffany eggs in Lapis, turquoise and malachite (yummy!).
It looks like someone was clearing out their collection. All I could think about was this thread.
(I’m not sure what I’m allowed to post so I won’t name the shop but I hope everyone got their perfect egg necklace! They are so beautiful.)
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