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Pendant @ old site

ShinyShores

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Draco

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Toothbrush and rub gently. Better not to clean too much. the patina protects the metal. Better to clean a little, than to destroy it
 

ShinyShores

Member
Toothbrush and rub gently. Better not to clean too much. the patina protects the metal. Better to clean a little, than to destroy it
I was trying to remove a piece of clumped dirt by the loop with the slightest bump of only a few toothbrush bristles and the patina came right off with the slightest touch, i used a wet q tip to rub the stone clean. I would say i cant do too much. I may try a wet q tip on the back to see if it hurts the patina or cleans the dirt off.
 

Draco

Well-known member
Do not clean the metal part anymore (you can do it later) but the stones will not be easily damaged. Use a toothpick and very carefully rub the dirt on the stones. I see you have other smaller stones. Rub with the toothpick too. Only the stones!!
 

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ShinyShores

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Do not clean the metal part anymore (you can do it later) but the stones will not be easily damaged. Use a toothpick and very carefully rub the dirt on the stones. I see you have other smaller stones. Rub with the toothpick too. Only the stones!!
Appreciate your reply! Thank you I will do that carefully and post back when done. I wont touch the metal anymore
 

Ronstar

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You’re not showing the back of the pendant and there might be a clue there! Pretty piece for sure
 
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