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How can I pay?

We use PayPal as our payment processor, so we accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Or, you can pay using your PayPal balance.

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Why we don't send a printed receipt with your order?

We care about the earth.  How many of you keep the printed receipts for your online orders?  Usually they just go in the trash.  We love trees.  Let's save them.  If for any reason you should need a printed receipt you can access them on your Paypal that you used to pay or the email you received with your order.  Thank you for understanding.

Is your site secure?

Yes. You pay throughPaypal,not through this site. It is PCI compliant and maintains the highest security.  We never even see your credit card number; Paypal alerts us that you've paid and we ship your items once the payment process is complete.

Do I have to have a PayPal account to buy?

No, you can pay with your credit card without a Paypal account.

Are your pieces made from ready made parts that you put together?

No. All of my pieces are handmade from sheet metal, wire, and stones.

I create each stone setting, prong, clasp, ring band, and other components from scratch using a jeweler's saw, propane/oxygen torch, hammers, pliers, files, and other hand tools. Nothing is pre-assembled, factory made, or otherwise mass produced. My handmade process makes each piece of artisan jewelry unique.

Where do you source your stones and metals?

My metals come from a reputable and globally recognized jewelry supplier that has been a staple of the jewelry community for decades. I source both my base and precious metals only from them in order to ensure the best quality. My stones come from a variety of expert sources, including gem shows, lapidary artists (stone cutters), and turquoise mine owners.

Are your stones natural or treated?

All of my stones are 100% natural unless otherwise noted. It will be clear in the description of an item if a stone is heat treated, dyed, stabilized, or otherwise altered from its natural state. This is a rare occurrence for my jewelry, as I prefer to use completely natural stones.

If you have any further questions about a particular stone, please feel free to message me. Knowledge of rocks and minerals is one of my specialties, and I will answer all questions to the best of my ability.

Will my piece's patina (antiquing/blackening) stay the same forever?

Nope! Patinas change over time, depending on frequency of wear, overall body chemistry, and exposure to sweat, body oils, lotion, and other forms of moisture. This is true for all jewelry. To slow these changes, each patina is protected with high grade jeweler's wax or lacquer. If you would like a piece re-darkened, please message me to discuss options.

How should I clean my jewelry piece?

If your piece is sterling with no stones and no patina, a regular polishing cloth or jewelry cleaning solution will be fine. However, this is not the case for the majority of my pieces. Jewelry cleaning solutions are harsh and can remove patinas or destroy more porous stones like turquoise, opal, malachite, and coral. When dealing with pieces with patinas or stones, please clean them gently with a polishing cloth or water and pat dry, avoiding contact with the stones.

Why is my finger/wrist/neck green after wearing copper or brass jewelry?

When worn for an extended period or in warm weather, and especially when worn as a ring, copper or brass can leave a green residue on the skin. This is a perfectly natural result of the way these metals react to oxygen, skin oils, and sweat. It is not a sign that you are allergic to the metal, and is completely harmless. To minimize the green stain, keep skin and jewelry clean and dry. *IN SOME RARE INSTANCES: This same green tinge can happen with sterling jewelry, depending on the body chemistry of the wearer. To minimize, follow the same steps listed for copper or brass.

How can I find out my ring or knuckle ring size?

The most reliable way to find out your ring size is to stop by a local jeweler. They can either measure your finger or measure a ring you already own that you know fits.

Can your rings be resized?

No, rings are made with a particular style and aesthetic in mind, and resizing them without essentially starting over would significantly alter the appearance. If it is possible to resize a ring, it is usually only by up to 1/2 a size and will say so in the item description.

Do you accept custom order requests?

Not at this time.