FAQ

How can I know which is the size of my bracelet?

The available silver bracelet sizes are 17 cm (6.7 inches), 18cm (7 inches), 20cm (7.87 inches) and 21 cm (8.27 inches), included the closure. To determinate your size you can place a thread it on the wrist by the thickest part. Measure your wrist, then add 0.4 – 0.8 inches longer that your tight wrist measurement.

How many charms holds my bracelet?

A bracelet is fillet approximately with the same number of charms as the bracelet has minus a charm, but this depends on the type of beads you have picked for your bracelet as not all have the same size. For example for a 19 cm bracelet you’ll need approximately 18 charms.

What material is this jewelry?

Our jewelry is crafted of a .925 sterling silver, gemstones and Cubic Zirconias.

How to care for your Sterling Silver jewelry?  

Oxygen and moisture in the air will tarnish Sterling Silver Jewelry, so it’s important to properly store your jewelry to help minimize the oxidation process. Here are a few storage tips:

  • Store in an area with low humidity (no bathroom storage).
  • Store each piece in an airtight (Ziploc) bag.
  • Place a packet of silica or piece of chalk in the storage bag.
  • Keep clasps/closures unhooked to avoid moisture buildup.

Does the silver tarnish?

Tarnishing (also known as oxidation) is a result of oxygen or sulfur coming into contact with sterling silver. Tarnished silver is duller and sometimes a dark color.

Some of our designs are intentionally oxidized to create depth in the filigree or to highlight certain details on a piece of jewelry.

Taking a drug that can alter your skin’s pH can cause the jewel to tarnish.

How do I clean my sterling Silver Jewelry?

  • Use a special non-abrasive cloth to avoid scratching.
  • Move to a new section of the cloth regularly.
  • Avoid areas that are intentionally oxidized as part of the design.
  • Do not rub in a circular pattern –  follow the grain of the silver.

Please give me your best recomendation?

Proper care is the key.

Wear your jewelry often, but be sure to remove it when showering, swimming, or working with certain chemicals or foods that contain sulfur. As a general rule, it’s always best to put on your jewelry last when getting dressed. Polishing your sterling silver jewelry before it becomes too tarnished will minimize the amount of work needed, but be sure to use the right type of cloth and stroke pattern. These small and simple steps will help keep your sterling silver jewelry looking brilliant for years to come.