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  • Ring sizes cannot be altered

  • Certain pendants and chains may be adjusted, but please inquire before making a purchase.

Returns, Exchanges, and Cancellations

  • Contact me within: 3 days of delivery

  • Ship items back within: 7 days of delivery

  • The following items cannot be returned or exchanged:

    • Custom or personalized orders

    • Items on sale

Conditions of Return

  • Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value

Questions about your order?

  • Contact me with any questions, comments or order issues. I want us both to be happy with your purchase.

  • If your jewelry needs some TLC in the future, feel free to reach out to me to see if I can make adjustments. My jewelry is made to last for years to come. 

Jewelry Care

  • Do not bathe or swim while wearing your jewelry.

  • Dry your jewelry as soon as possible, if it gets wet.  Moisture (water, sweat) is the leading cause of tarnishing.

  • Remove your jewelry before applying lotions, perfumes, hairspray, or other chemicals which may react with the metals or damage certain gemstones.

  • Take off your jewelry while working out.

  • Clean your jewelry regularly with a polishing cloth to prevent excessive tarnish build up. 

  • Polish oxidized jewelry carefully to avoid removing the patina (darkened/antiqued look). Patina is intentional darkening, tarnish is not.

  • Remove your jewelry before bedtime.


Copper, brass, bronze, and to a lesser extent sterling silver, can leave a green discoloration on the skin when they react to sweaty skin. This is normal and not cause for concern.  This doesn’t mean the metal isn’t “real” or that you are experiencing an allergic reaction.  Some people have no issues wearing certain metals, while others may experience temporary skin discoloration.  Simply wash the affected area with soap and water and it will return to normal shortly thereafter.  To remove green discoloration from your metals, use a salt-and-vinegar mixture with one cup of white vinegar and one tablespoon salt.

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