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I may eventually, but currently no. Health concerns are tipping the scales in the no direction.
Not yet, but I would like it to be. If you own or manage a gallery and think my jewelry would be a good fit, please contact me.
That depends on what you're allergic to. All of the metals I use are sterling silver (92.5% silver, 7.5% copper), copper (99.99% pure), and the occasional brass accent (85% copper, 15% zinc). All earwires and chains are sterling silver.
Allergic to sterling silver? I can custom make earwires for you in fine silver (.999 silver) or 14k white gold.
Yes. You should allow up to 3 months for me to complete your piece, as I may need to source materials I don't have on hand and work around other orders, and I may turn down some requests if I feel they're outside my stylistic zone, but if you like what you see and you're looking for something similar but with a different gemstone or a pair of earrings to go with a certain outfit or something like that, contact me and let me know what you have in mind and what your budget is. 50% non-refundable down payment is required before I will begin your project. You may not alter or modify the project more than 7 days after we agree on the design. Once I notify you that your item is finished, final payment is due within 30 days. Custom orders are not returnable.
You should avoid wearing your jewelry while doing any of the following:
Silver and copper will naturally tarnish over time. To slow this reaction, I ship your jewelry in a box with tarnish resistant fiber and acid free paper. Storing your jewelry in this box while not in use will help prevent tarnish from forming.
To polish your jewelry, rub the metal with a Sunshine Polishing Cloth until you reach your desired shine.
With normal wear and tear, the jewelry I make should last a very long time, but I understand that accidents do happen. Depending on what kind of break it is, I may be able to fix it, or it may be easier to make a new one. Send me some clear close up photos and then I'll have a better idea. If the piece broke because a defect in my work, I will repair it at no charge. If it broke because you dropped it and then stepped on it or something like that, I will need to charge you.
Probably, but it depends on the materials. If I only used metal, it should be easy for me to make another one. If I used a stone, I may have more of those stones, or it may be possible for me to get more, or it may not be possible. Send me a clear close up photo of the remaining earring and then I'll have a better idea.
It depends. I ship most items within two business days of receiving your order. If you ordered a "made to order" item, I have to make it. Depending on how many orders I'm working on, it might take a few days, or it might take up to 3 weeks before I can get it done.
US orders will be shipped Priority Mail with a tracking number (you can choose whether you want to pay extra for insurance or not) and usually arrive 1-3 days after I ship, depending on where you live. International orders will be shipped First Class Package International and may take up to several weeks. Allow time to clear customs. You are responsible for any customs fees.
I really hope you love your jewelry, but if you get it and you don't like it, please let me know right away. You can return it for a refund within 30 days of shipment. You are responsible for the cost of the return postage.
You can pay by e-check. Choose the PayPal option at Checkout (you don't have to have a PayPal account), and then choose e-check. Enter the requested numbers from your check, and when the check clears, PayPal will deposit the money in my account and I will then ship your item.
Yep. I owned Happy Fuzzy Yarn from 2006 until I closed the business in early 2017. The patterns are still for sale on Ravelry, and you can probably find people destashing yarn on Ravelry too if you're looking for something, but my heart belongs to metal and gemstones now, though you'll find some wool in some of my pieces. I'm also using antique lace to give the metal texture in a lot of my pieces. Textiles, yo.