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The John Hardy Classic Chain collection is made by hand with beautiful craftsmanship. This video features the Woven Braided Cuff with pave set diamonds. Moyer Fine Jewelers is an authorized dealer for John Hardy. Please contact us for more information. Model Number: CBP994102DIXM Retail Price: $2,100
Caring for your John Hardy jewelry is important to the shine of the metal and gemstones. Learn the easy steps to cleaning a John Hardy bracelet that take only a few minutes. In this video you will learn how to restore your bracelet close to it's original luster. Shop John Hardy Bracelets at JR Dunn Jewelers: http://bit.ly/2lQjetc "Hi, this is Steve from JR Dunn Jewelers and today I just wanted to discuss one of the most commonly asked questions I get from my customers and that is "How do I clean my John Hardy jewelry?" So, a lot of people think that you need some type of special cleaning solution or a machine but in actuality all you really need is this, the John Hardy cleaning cloth. It comes with each one of your John Hardy pieces and basically, it's really easy, it'll do wonders for your unique pieces, so let's demonstrate. Take the cloth, take your beautiful John Hardy piece, you just polish and get rid of all the tarnishing. Let's get a close-up on that you can see the difference between the two: this side and on that side you can see there's still a little bit of tarnishing left on here so let’s go ahead and polish that. Now, they do recommend that you do this each time you wear the jewelry obviously I know a lot of people don't have the time to do that but it is beneficial, if you know just before at night you just give it a quick rub that'd be the best way. If you do let it sit for a while and you're having trouble getting some of the more difficult dirt off, they recommend you use a mild cleaning solution like soap and water. To help loosen up the dirt a little bit, just let it sit in the soap and water for a brief amount of time and some warm water and then scrub it with the toothbrush to loosen up some of the dirt, you don't want to get rid of that oxidation and then let it dry off and then go ahead and just wipe it off with the cloth, that's a very simple. But if you do a little bit of daily maintenance, maybe even every other day, and just wipe it with the cloth you should be fine."
How to put on and take off a John Hardy Bracelet with ease. Whether you have a braided classic chain or a thin chain bracelet this is the secret to struggle free removal of your John Hardy Bracelet. Shop John Hardy Bracelets at JR Dunn Jewelers: http://bit.ly/2lQjetc "Hi this is Danielle from JR Dunn Jewelers and today I'm going to show you how to easily take on and off a John Hardy bracelet. In front of me I have a few options and we're going to start with the classic chain with the lightest side facing down against your wrist. You're going to bring it close to your body and take the heavier portion and push it in towards the lighter part and hold it closed. Then to take it off, you're going to push down, pull away from your body and release. I also have a thinner version in front of me, you're going to take it and put it over just the same way. The thinner the bracelet the more difficult it is to take on and off. Bring it again close to your body, put it in, snap it closed and it works just like that. Then release very easily and that's all you need to know to get the John Hardy bracelet closed and opened. Thank you."
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