Jewelry Care

 

 ☞Jewelry Care

My jewelry designs are meant to be lasting treasures...

Sterling silver and gold patina naturally overtime. If this patina’d look is not your preference polishing gently with a polishing cloth, or a quick dip in liquid “Tarn-X” with a liberal rinse and dry with a soft cloth should keep oxidation at bay. *Never put pearls in “Tarn-X”, it will destroy the luster! If your jewelry contains gemstones or glass, wiping gently with a polishing cloth is recommended to prevent scratches.

To fill your fillable Sands of Time jewelry ~ 

  • cuff links - twist off the top and place sand, ash or trinkets into the bottom. Once filled twist the front onto the bottom from above and avoid getting contents into the ridges, which would make closing your cuff links quite difficult.
  • shake pendant/mourning pendant - twist off the front of the locket and place sand, ash or trinkets into the bottom. Once filled twist the front onto the bottom from above and avoid getting contents into the ridges, which would make closing your cuff links quite difficult.

Your “Shake Jewelry” is sealed, however it may not be 100% waterproof, therefore I do not recommend swimming, bathing, or otherwise immersing it in any liquid! Please DO NOT try to open the shake vessel, the diamonds/gemstones/sand/ashes within are loose and will spill out and possibly be lost if opened!!!

 

Sunshine Polishing Cloth
Sizing

 

Tools and guides to help you find your correct jewelry size.

 

If you are unsure of your ring size I offer inexpensive reusable sizing bands. You can also visit a reputable local jewelry store and ask to be sized.

 

 

How to measure for a bangle bracelet