It’s simple:

  • U.S: Free shipping for order over US$150US$. 15 for USPS priority with insurance (2-5 business days). US$35 for USPS express with insurance(1-3 business days).
  • French Caribbean: Free shipping for orders above US$800. There’s a US$70 shipping fee for orders under US$500.
  • International: Free shipping for orders above US$800. There’s a US$70 shipping fee for orders under US$800.
  • We ship to all destinations outside the US on a DDU basis (delivery duty unpaid) which means we are responsible for ensuring goods arrive safely to customers destination and customers are responsible for import duties.


All of our pieces are final sale, which means we do not issue returns / refunds.
You can contact our team at for further assistance. 




Your KULT jewelry is meant to be an everyday companion.
Like any relationship this one will last longer with some gentle care.

Simple things to keep in mind:

Always mindful
Be careful when applying make-up, lotion, or perfume, to avoid damage from chemicals. Try to remove your necklaces before sleeping, exercising, or showering.

Keep it safe
Store your KULT jewelry pieces carefully and in a safe place. Each piece is different, but it’s always good to wrap them in soft fabric.

No chips. No scratches. No problem.
Avoid impact and/or extreme temperatures to keep your KULT pieces in the utmost condition.

Go back to basics.
Never use ultrasonic cleaners or harsh chemicals to care for your jewelry. Keep in mind that even chemical products that claim to be “for jewelry” can do damage. In most cases, warm water and soap, or a soft cloth, are the only cleaning supplies you need.

The essentials:

When it comes to silver, we have one simple rule: wear often. The best way to keep your silver jewelry clean is by wearing it. When you are not wearing it, store it in an air-tight plastic bag, with a piece of chalk or silica gel to help prevent tarnish.

Gold is a soft metal, and is susceptible to scratches or dents. Be mindful of when you wear it and avoid storing it with other pieces of jewelry, especially diamonds.

How to clean: In a bowl, mix warm water with a few drops of soap (preferably detergent-free). Let the jewelry soak for 30 min to 1 hour. Use a soft cloth and lightly scrub off dirt. Rinse in water and dry thoroughly with a microfiber cloth.

Diamonds are considered among the toughest stones on Earth. Then come Sapphires and Rubies, and Emeralds tend to be a bit frailer. Still, all three may suffer from chips if exposed to hard blows. So, make sure to wear them with care.

How to clean: All precious and semi-precious stones should be cleaned with care, avoiding bleach, chemicals, acetone, detergents and cleaners. Use lukewarm water and non-detergent soap and lightly scrub the stones with a soft brush or cloth. Rinse and dry with a microfiber cloth.

Opals are delicate stones. Keep them in a soft cotton cloth when you’re not wearing them. For longer storage periods, place your opal in cotton wool with a few drops of water. 

While you’re wearing Lapis Lazuli, you must avoid letting it come in contact with daily use chemicals, as they may remove the upper protective layer and expose the core of the stone.

Since Onyx is a stone that can scratch, make sure you avoid hitting or bumping your Onyx jewelry when wearing it.

How to clean: The best way to clean opals, lapis lazuli, and onyx is to wipe with a soft cotton cloth after each wear. Do not use any chemicals (including soap) and avoid wetting or soaking in water!