All jewelry is made with love for the art
and heart for the cause of animal rights.
I put my pride in choosing high-quality materials and making every piece of jewelry special. In other words - non alike - every single piece is unique. Every part of the handcrafted jewelry - from beads, gemstones, findings, strings, metals is carefully and selectively chosen. Gemstones are bought one by one. Metals are nickel-free and great for sensitive skin. I'm also using some Sterling Silver.
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Materials used are mostly Japanese Miyuki and Toho glass beads known to be the highest quality beads on the market; Swarovski (Austrian) crystals, well-known for the high-quality; Metal beads and findings used are nickel-free Tibetan silver, alloy, brass and copper, many are also Nickel-, Lead- and Cadium Free; Sterling Silver is used in some jewelry. Natural as well as handmade and enhanced gemstones used are of great to exellent quality. Stringing materials comes from reputed jewelry making stores. Every single jewelry will have a discription of material used.
For beaders; stitches like peyote stitch, square stitch, Cubic right angel weave stitch (CRAW), Prismatic right angel weave stitch (PRAW) etc. The finished designed products for sale are my own, but bead patterns or parts of patterns, are also inspirated by great beaders on the web.
BRACELET SIZE GUIDE
Make sure you measure your wrist before ordering a bracelet. Add about 2 cm/inches, depending on how tight you like the bracelet. If the preferred bracelet is not in your size, send me an email before you order, and I might be able to adjust it for you - or make you one;) If you have questions about the size, don't hesitate to send me an email.
Even though Felíni jewelry handles normal daily use and handles water, there are ways to make sure it lasts long and stays shinier. Remove it before showering and bathing - or digging in the garden:) Store it in a soft dry place. Don't toss it together with other jewelry, that can scratch the gemstones. Polish the stones and metal with a soft cloth, no chemicals. Most metal is high-quality plated nickel-free brass, alloy, or copper, that still will tarnish, but with good care they last long. The cotton cord can be rewaxed with beeswax once in a while and it will last longer than leather. And if you are really into gemstones - there are ways to purify and re-energize them. At this point, I will ask you to google 'purifying gemstones'. but I might come back to this later.