Jewelry care

 

Enamel is several layers of glass over copper or fine silver.  Enamel is fragile and can chip, crack, or shatter with the slightest impact. Please treat all jewelry with the utmost care as each piece is one of a kind and cannot be duplicated.

 

 

:: HEAVILY OXIDIZED JEWELRY (INTENTIONALLY DARKENEND) ::

dry, soft cloth to bring out shine or a damp cloth if dirty. Do not use a polishing cloth

 

:: LIGHTLY OXIDIZED JEWELRY (INDUSTRIAL, RUSTIC LOOK) ::

lightly buff with 0000 steel wool to remove tarnish. Do not use a polishing cloth

 

:: SHINY STERLING SILVER (EARWIRES, SILVER BALLS, ETC.) ::

a polishing cloth works great for shining up silver that isn’t oxidized. Baking soda, water, and a soft toothbrush works too.  I do not recommend using jewelry dips or cleaners as they will strip away ALL oxidization.

Store jewelry in a dark, dry location, preferably inside the provided jewelry box or a small ziploc bag. All seed bead earrings should be hung or layed flat in a seperate box.