Om Necklace and All the products you will buy from our stores belong to our design team and myself, based on 5 years of experience, and they are handcrafted with love and deep feelings for our valued guests. Your order will arrive in a gift box. If this is a gift, I would be happy to include a card with your personal message – just let me know in the message section at checkout
- Handmade item
- Materials: 925 Sterling Silver
- Finish: 925 Sterling Silver ∙ 18K Gold ∙ Rose Gold
- Style : Customized
- Made to Order
TURN AROUND TIME
All items are custom made to order. Our turn around time is about 6 – 10 business days. This can change during peak seasons. Please check our home page for the most current times.
Rush your order: Please contact us to see if we can meet your deadline. You can also expedite your shipping in the drop down menu upon check out. This does not change production times (see above)
HOW TO TAKE CARE OF JEWELRY
- Know When to Remove Your Jewelry
No matter what materials are involved, jewelry is delicate. You should always remove your jewelry when working with your hands or engaging in activities that involve chemicals or abrasives. Take off your jewelry before any of the following:
Swimming in water that has been treated with chlorine
Cleaning your home
Working in the garden
Playing sports, especially contact sports
- Put Your Jewelry on Last
It’s tempting to put your jewelry on as you get dressed in the morning or prepare for a night out. However, it’s better to wait until you’re completely ready before donning your jewels. Whether you’re wearing diamonds or rhinestones, the chemicals from make-up, hair products, and perfume can damage your pieces. It’s best to think of jewelry as the finishing touch for your look.
- Don’t Wear Lotion With Jewelry
Although occasional exposure to hand and body lotion won’t damage most fine jewelry, it can destroy the finish on costume pieces. In addition, build-up of lotion products can lead to more frequent cleaning of your valuable items. It’s best to put lotion on your hands or body after you’ve taken your jewelry off at night.