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  • Are my stones real?
    Absolutely! The description provided with each item tells the buyer what type of medium was used to create the piece. 90% of the stones used were purchased through an ethical, reputable, trusted source or hand picked up by me at dig sites in North Carolina.
  • Will you make custom pieces for me?
    I can create a similar piece in a different color, provided I have or can source the required parts.
  • What are "findings"?
    Findings is the term used to describe all the tiny metal pieces that make up each piece of jewelry. Ear wires, pins, and crimps are all classified as findings.
  • Do you repair jewelry?
    I will repair any piece of jewelry that I create, should it become damaged within the first 60 days from the date of shipping, provided the damage is caused by part failure and not by individual misuse.
  • Do low prices equal poor quality?
    No, it does not. I believe jewelry should be affordable to everyone. Most of what I have on hand was purchased in bulk at wholesale prices. I choose to pass that savings on to my customers in the form of lower prices.
  • How do I care for my jewelry?
    Each purchase is accompanied by a care and use card so the purchaser knows what should and should not be done with jewelry on and how to care for their piece.
  • How long does it take to make a piece of jewelry?
    If I have the concept of what I want in my head, earrings take at most 3 hours. If it is a necklace and I am going in totally blind up to a week. If I have an idea of what I am going to make, then it takes about 5 - 12 hours, depending on the complexity of the item.
  • Can I put my art piece in the window?
    It is not advisable to place your art piece in direct sunlight or near a heat source as this could cause extensive damage to the piece.
  • How do I clean my Resin Art Piece?
    Clean dusty and dirty pieces in warm (not hot) water with a clean wash cloth and mild soap (dish soap). Allow to air dry or use a soft cloth to dry.
  • Can I put my resin art in the dishwasher?
    NO! Resin art is created by combining the resin with a hardener which causes an exothermic reaction. The temperature of resin during the creation of a piece can reach over 150 degrees. Applying excessive heat will cause the piece to melt and become useless.
  • Will my Resin Art shatter if I drop it?
    It should not break, although it may scratch the surface, dent or chip if it hits a hard surface the wrong way.
  • Is my Resin Art food safe?
    Yes. The resin I use is food safe once the item is created.
  • How long does it take to make a resin piece?
    It takes approximately 24 hours for the resin to set after the initial pouring, the piece then has to set for 7 days to become hard enough to sand and polish. Then another couple of days to sand and polish it.
  • Do you create memorial pieces?
    Yes, I do small memorial pieces. Please contact me via the contact form to discuss this in further detail.
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