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to purchase a piece via the website, click on the price link next to the piece and it will lead you to paypal. currently, the site charges for shipping of each item ordered. i will refund the extra shipping cost if you purchase more than one piece. you can also call or email me to purchase multiple pieces, if you would like to use another form of payment, or if you just want more personal experience.

orders $100 and under ship via first class mail for $4, over $100 ship via priority mail for $7. if you need something faster, i am happy to accommodate, just get in touch!

being a one-woman studio, my inventory changes constantly with shows, orders, gallery shipments, and schedule (which currently revolves around an energetic toddler!). i try to keep my website updated with what is currently available, but please contact me if you are looking for a piece that you don't find here!

orders of in-stock pieces ship in 1-5 days. please contact me about made-to-order pieces for a time estimate.

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a note on chains: all necklaces come with a 16" silver chain unless otherwise noted. if you'd like a different style than the one pictured, a longer chain (18", 20", or custom length), or a non-oxidized silver chain, please contact me before ordering for pricing.

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care for your jewelries:

silver and gold: refresh tarnished surfaces with a rubdown of baking soda and water mixed into a paste, using your fingers or an old toothbrush. a green kitchen scrubbie can also be used to refresh a matte-finish.

oxidized silver: avoid scratching the dark patina, lest it wears away. cleaning can be done with soapy water and a soft brush and a gentle touch. if you would like your piece re-patinated for free, just send it my way!

enamel: enamel is glass fused to metal, and though the bond is strong, dropping on hard surfaces such as concrete can chip or crack the enamel.

porcelain: although high-fired for durability, like your fine china, one should also avoid smashing against hard objects. cleaning can be done with soapy water and an old toothbrush.
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