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I  make my gold jewelry with mostly 18k gold plated materials and occasionally, brass.  I use 18k gold plated materials because this thin layer of gold is durable and tarnish resistant. Opting for a gold plating rather than fill keeps my products at accessible prices, while maintaining quality. 


The same quality goes for my silver pieces made from a mix of sterling silver and rhodium. Both my silver and gold jewelry are hypoallergenic and nickel free!


I take pride in coming up with beautiful, unique pieces that are inspired by my journey, the places I’ve been and the things I love.


I want your jewelry to last for all of life’s moments, so here are some tips to help with that



Avoid spraying on perfume directly on your jewelry. Tip: Always wear your jewelry after you've sprayed your perfume.


We recommend removing your jewelry before stepping into the shower 

Lotions and creams can contain acidic ingredients that react with your pieces. Avoid moisturizing areas of skin that get in contact with your pieces. 


Avoid swimming with your pieces as chlorine and sea water will react with the metals and cause it to tarnish. 

Remove your pieces before going to bed to avoid any accidents that may cause damage to the pieces. 



Storing your jewelry in an air-tight container when not being worn is best. This will prevent oxygen, moisture and other chemicals from tarnishing or dulling metals. If you’re not going to be wearing a piece for a while, don’t leave it sitting out. A small ziploc bag works great!

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