Motorcycle Jewelry and Accessories
for Lady Riders
Tips, Advice, and Where to Find Them!
We love motorcycle jewelry! It's as simple as that. And accessories like belts, buckles, wallets and leather pouches, we love those too! They are great additions to your biker wardrobe. And boy, do they ever show off your personality! For example, a pair of jeans are great, but add a flashy black leather studded belt, and wow! You've got a whole new look. So let's dive in, shall we?
Jewelry Cleaning and Care Advice
If you're into jewelry, you need to know how to take care of it. That is so important and we can't stress it enough. Keep it shiny and pretty! You've spent good money on that motorcycle jewelry after all!
- Only use the appropriate cleaners for the metals that you are cleaning. If you use a liquid gold cleaner on your silver, you will remove any "friendly" oils and could damage your jewelry by causing more tarnish to occur. And silver cleaners won't do much for your gold rings. Follow the manufacturers’ instructions.
- Rinse your motorcycle jewelry, well.. ALL jewelry, after you clean it. Leaving behind cleaning solutions on your pieces can actually "eat" into the metal or stones. It just takes a second, please rinse!
- Keep your jewelry put away. Don't let it bang around in your saddle bag with your tools. When you take your motorcycle jewelry off, get into the habit of putting it away. You don't need a fancy expensive box, a simple jewelry pouch will do.
- Don't forget to check your settings every once in a while. If you have precious stones, you don't want to lose them. Check the mountings for weak or damaged prongs. You can tell if one is damaged just by running your finger over it. It shouldn't snag. If it does, don't wear it, take it to a jeweler and have it repaired.
- Check your links. The last thing you want to happen is to lose that gorgeous necklace that was given to you as a present because the link connecting to the clasp was open. That's a tragedy. As we all know, it is near impossible to find a lost necklace or charm. Just keep an eye on your links to be sure they are closed. If you see a gap, you can repair it yourself with needle nose pliers or take it to a jeweler if you are afraid of damaging it. They usually won't even charge you for this service.
Learn how to take care of your sterling silver jewelry by clicking here.
Great Advice from an Expert
|Local jewelers want your business. To get it, they will provide some of the following services for FREE:|
- Closing open links
- Repair evaluations or recommendations
- Prong tightening
- Stone grading and evaluation
- Replacing a lost earring back
Take advantage of these when you can. Some will even remount a stone for free if you buy the new mounting from them. Not every place will be as generous, but most will if they're smart.
And never...NEVER pay full price in a jewelry store. They have room to move. Always ask if that is their best price.
They can ALWAYS do better.
Thank you jewelry expert!
If you like apparel as much as you like motorcycle jewelry, click here to learn about motorcycle shirts!
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