I take your favorite pictures and turn them into earrings , bracelets or pendants. The solder I use is lead-free and contains silver. The ear-wires are sterling silver. I can add Swarovski Crystal dangles (you choose color).
Earrings are usually $19.00, plus shipping.
They are adorable!
Due to Covid 19, many events have been cancelled till further notice. You can email me, call or message if you want to make purchases or have questions.
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What is Gold-Filled?
Gold filled Jewelry contains 100+ times more real gold than gold plated components and is very durable and tarnish resistant. Gold filled jewelry is a beautiful, affordable alternative to solid gold, and can be worn by people with sensitive skin
Gold-filled jewelry is jewelry composed of a solid layer of gold mechanically bonded to a base of either sterling silver or some base metal.
Caring for Sterling Silver Jewelry
Cleaning sterling silver will help to keep its bright shine, and when it is cleaned, it can be difficult to differentiate sterling silver from white gold. The best way to clean silver is to use a cleaning agent that has a sulfur base. This type of cleaner tends to have a pungent odor, but it will work quite well to remove accumulated tarnish.
Chemically Treated Cloths
There are many cleaning cloths on the market that are chemically treated with agents that will clean and polish silver. These can be used for light tarnishing; however, the advantage of having these cloths handy is that they are excellent for light, regular cleanings of silver pieces. Using these cloths to clean silver once a week or so will keep sterling silver jewelry shining brightly. If it has been a long time since sterling silver has been cleaned, it would be best to use a silver cleaning paste or liquid to get the job done. There are many home remedies that people concoct for cleaning sterling silver, but they are never as effective as cleaning pastes or liquids that are specifically formulated for cleaning silver.
Storing Sterling Silver Jewelry
I recommend getting s plastic zip-lock storage bag, putting a pinch of baking soda and shaking it until it’s coated. Shake any excess out. If there’s a small amount left behind, it’s fine. (Remember that moisture, air, is any jewelry’s worst enemy.) push out air and zip closed.