Rules for using the watch

Protect the watch from sudden temperature changes;

Protect the watch from shocks;

Protect the watch from exposure to chemicals;

Do not keep the watch near magnets or magnetized objects, sources of electromagnetic waves;

Avoid  water/do not swim with a watch with a water resistance  not specified or less than 20 ATM/200m and the crown of the watch is not fully pushed/screwed in;

Avoid water if the watch has a leather strap;

During the warranty period, repair the watch only at the warranty repair place;

Do not set the date between 9.00-14.00 and 21.00-02.00 hours.

Use soft cloth wipes to clean the surface of the watch. Do not use active chemical cleaners that can damage the surface of the watch/leather straps.

Managing and Setting Clocks

To set the date, the twister/crown is pulled back once (if the watch shows the date). If the month has 30 days or less, you need to advance the date every time after the end of the month, because the date dials used in watches have 31 days marked.

To set the time, retract the screw/crown twice (if the watch has no date display, its screw/crown only retracts once). To set the time, the spinner is turned clockwise.

The upper chronograph button is for starting or stopping the chronograph.

The lower chronograph button is for returning the chronograph hand to its original position.

for the watch strap, case and covering of their damages, power cell due to natural wear and tear;

for watches without a warranty card;

 for watches with significant mechanical damage to the case (eg: cracked glass, the case of the watch was exposed to chemicals, etc.);

if the rules for using the watch were violated;

 if the watch was repaired at a non-warranty repair shop or it was opened independently.

Footwear care rules

  1. It is necessary to choose shoes according to the shape and size of your foot, so that the foot is not compressed.

  2. It is necessary to use shoe spoons when taking off shoes, so as not to tear the threads of the heel.

  3. New shoes need to be impregnated to protect them from external influences. In humid weather, it is advisable to impregnate several times a week.

  4. Natural leather shoes should only be cleaned with the appropriate means: a damp cloth or a cleaning balm. Do not wash with water.

  5. Natural leather shoes should be protected from rain and not worn when wet.

  6. It is advisable to dry the footwear at room temperature. Do not dry the leather near an open fire, radiator or stove, as the leather will become dry, hard and brittle.

  7. Shoes made of natural suede and nubuck should be cared for with special products.

  8. Fallen shoes are worn at temperatures not lower than -5 degrees of frost.

  9. Patented leather and light-colored footwear may change color if care products are not used for this purpose.

  10. We do not recommend washing footwear made of rubber (or rubber-based) in a washing machine. Do not dry the shoes near the radiator, do not use other drying devices - exposed to high temperatures, such footwear may deform (change in size).

  11. It is not allowed to wear textile footwear in rainy weather. Do not dry wet footwear near the radiator, do not use other drying devices - exposed to high temperatures, such footwear may fade or change color.

  12. We do not recommend washing the footwear in a washing machine and/or by hand - this may damage the footwear.

  13. After purchasing a shoe with a leather sole, it is advisable to immediately contact a shoemaker who can attach a high-quality tread. The protector allows you to wear the footwear 3-4 times longer, it becomes more durable. If the leather sole is not protected, it can get scratched and wear out faster. Violations of this type are not considered defects.

  14. It is advisable to constantly monitor the condition of the footwear and repair it in time.

  15. Protect footwear from sharp objects that can damage the surface of the shoes, as well as from chemical products, acids, solvents, etc.

  16. IMPORTANT. Violations such as worn out heels, wear of footwear or defects caused by neglecting the rules of footwear care, as well as minor defects that do not affect the wearing of footwear, are considered minor defects.

  17. Warranty is not provided for minor repairs, replaceable trim parts, bolsters, pads, etc.

  18. Shoes are not exchanged and money is not refunded if the shoes have been worn for a while and the size, model or shoes did not suit you.

  19. Unworn footwear can be returned within 14 days by completinge. goods return form. When returning shoes, you must present a document proving the purchase (cheque, invoice, etc.).

Jewelry Care Rules

Do not store jewelry in the sun. Jewelry starts to fade and lose its luster from direct sunlight (the best place to store jewelry is a cabinet, chest of drawers, or a separate drawer. If you have the opportunity, store jewelry in separate boxes). It is advisable to remove jewelry when burning.

Jewellery products should not be wet, because moisture can cause jewelry to oxidize and change color, lose its luster. Avoid damp places to store your jewelry, as the metal can rust and the threads on which the jewelry is strung will begin to crack. Painted accessories will begin to fade.

Before swimming in the sea, lake or river, take off your jewelry. Cold water shrinks the size of your fingers, so you can lose rings. When swimming in open water bodies, you can lose chains, earrings.

Do not spray perfume directly on jewelry. After removing the jewelry, it is advisable to wipe off the remaining cosmetics with a cosmetic dry tissue. If you want to preserve the jewelry for as long as possible, periodically wipe it with a dry tissue, polish each stone.

Do not store jewelry in the same box as jewelry (gold, silver).

Care of jewelry

Gold is a precious metal that has great resistance to time and external influences, but the surface of gold products is quite soft, especially if the gold is of a higher quality, so protect them from scratching.

It is advisable to clean gold and silver items with special napkins.

It is not advisable to wear jewelry while cleaning the house or doing outdoor work: chemicals, rough ground or work tools can damage the surface of the products (scratch, lose shine)

Use body lotions, sun creams, perfumes after removing jewelry, because body care products can remain on jewelry, cover them with an opaque film, then the jewelry will lose its shine.


It is advisable to use cosmetics and perfumery before wearing pearls.

After wearing, wipe the pearls with a soft, gentle cloth to remove any traces of cosmetics or body oils.

Use mild soapy water to clean the pearls and let them dry on a soft material.

Avoid situations where the pearls could be scratched or otherwise damaged.

Do not keep pearls tightly closed - they can dehydrate.

Do not store pearls in extreme heat or direct sunlight.

Keep pearls away from vinegar or other acids and cleaners containing ammonia, chlorine, bleach or ink.


The seller is responsible for the defects of the item that become apparent within two years from the delivery of the item, unless the law or the contract provides for a longer term.
If product defects occur due to the customer's fault, non-compliance with the product usage rules, or as a result of natural wear and tear, the warranty does not apply.
The quality guarantee provided by the manufacturer does not limit or constrain the rights of consumers, which are established by legal acts after purchasing a product or service of inappropriate quality.
According to Article 6.363, Part 8 of the Civil Code, we note that the buyer does not have the right to terminate the contract if the item's defect is insignificant.