- Please treat and wear your jewelry with care.
- Protect jewelry from sharp blows, extreme temperatures, sunlight, and rough or hard surfaces. Jewelry should not be exposed to chlorine or salt water as this will dull the appearance. We recommend that customers remove jewelry before going to bed or participating in physical activity. Wait until you’ve applied your make-up, perfume and hairspray before putting on your jewelry.
- Store your jewelry in non-leather pouches, boxes or zip lock bags. Wrap pieces in tissue or cloth to avoid scratching.
- Our jewelry is handmade by artisans and designers across the world. While our artisans are extremely talented and there are quality control checks to ensure consistency with production, the sizing, coloring and shape may slightly vary from product to product due to the handmade nature of our pieces.
- Store your jewelry in a velvet, satin, or any soft fabric-lined jewelry box. Keep all of your pieces separate from each other to prevent scratching. Avoid contact with water, lotions, perfumes, hairspray, or any liquid.
- It is natural for brass to oxidize or tarnish over time when exposed to body oils, oxygen or moisture. To remove tarnish, gently polish with a polishing cloth along with a brass polishing agent. We recommend MAAS metal polish and metal protector.
- When using any cleaning solution, it is important to test an inconspicuous portion of the piece with the cleaner before using the cleaner on the entirety of the metal.
- Brass can cause skin discoloration during wear. It may react with a certain body chemistry and leave discoloration on some people. The discoloration should easily come up with soap and water.
GOLD AND PALLADIUM PLATED
- Rose gold, yellow gold, and palladium plated pieces should be cleaned using a damp, soft cloth. Be sure to full dry the piece ager cleaning.
- Avoid exposing your plated jewelry to water, perfumes or lotions.
- Do not use harsh chemicals, jewelry cleaners, or polishing cloths.
- Our horn from Vietnam and Haiti is sustainably sourced from buffalo. The buffalo naturally shed their horns about once a year, so no animals were harmed.
- The horn and bone from Kenya is repurposed from cows used as a food source. No animals are harmed to obtain their horn.
- Use mild soap and water quickly to clean. Rinse and dry immediately after washing. Do not soak the jewelry in water.
- Store rope necklaces in a cool, dry place.
- When traveling, it is recommended to back the necklace in a ziploc bag in your carry on luggage to protect your piece.
- Store stone pieces separately from other materials that could scratch stones.
- Wipe stones with a soft damp cloth to clean and dry immediately.
- Avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, oils, and hairspray.
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