Silver horse jewelry is a big favorite of many of our customers. There’s something so compelling about silver’s soothing shine. The soft luster is very tactile: you just want to reach out and touch silver horse jewelry, to feel it smooth beauty beneath your fingertips.
Caring for Your Silver Horse Jewelry
Our friend Heather Moore shared a great tip for caring for your silver horse jewelry. She said, “
Silver is particularly vulnerable to chemical interactions. Take your silver horse jewelry off when cleaning, showering, or swimming. Be especially careful of nail-polish remover: the acetone can really do a number on your silver horse jewelry.
Caring for Silver Horse Rings
Of all the types of fine horse jewelry, it’s rings that get the most abuse. If you’ve got horses in your life, make life simple for yourself by choosing rings from our Rider Rings collection. Their low-profile designs make it easy to avoid the snags, pulls, twists and turns that can happen all-too-easily in the barn.
What happens if one of your favorite rings does get damaged? We don’t have a one-size fits all answer to this question, but we’ve had good luck recruiting local jewelers to help with repairs. Don’t be afraid to ask about this service: while many jewelers don’t advertise they do repairs, they may be able to help you out. If a ring is beyond repair, it may be possible to have the ring re-used to create another beautiful piece of horse jewelry.
Silver Horse Jewelry Can Last A Lifetime
With proper care, your silver horse jewelry can last a lifetime. So don’t hesitate to give silver horse jewelry as a gift, to a loved one or yourself!