A rise in personal jewelry theft in public places may have some people on edge. Jewelers Mutual offers several safety tips for wearing jewelry safely and without worry.
If you're going to be away from home, follow these helpful tips to keep burglars away from jewelry and other valuable belongings.
June 21st marks the first day of Summer – the beginning of cookouts, swimming pools, and summer getaways.
But before you jump in the pool, slather on sunscreen or head to the beach, it never hurts to know where dangers can lurk. If you’re not careful, summer can take a toll on your jewelry.
What jewelry pieces do you bring along when you travel? If you're like most people, you leave your most expensive pieces behind for safekeeping. (Smart choice.)
But what if you're not jet-setting to your favorite beach? What if you're traveling for a wedding or for business? In those cases, you may want to have some of your fine jewelry along.
Jewelry hazards exist year-round. From falling down drainpipes to flinging off with a winter glove, there are opportunities for a lost ring at every turn.
In honor of bracelets lost in the sand, gems fallen victim to a wicked game of beach volleyball or rings resting on the ocean floor, here are 10 jewelry safety tips to avoid damage to your jewelry.