Matte sterling silver charm & post. Approximately 1/2" in length; parchment textured. Perfect for everyday wear.
From her timber-loft studio in Chicago, New York-schooled designer and metalsmith Sarah McGuire and her small team craft each piece of jewelry by hand using conflict-free, responsibly sourced high-karat gold and sterling recycled metal mixed with linen, leather, gemstones, and diamonds.
"With an emphasis on both design and craftsmanship... (my) goal is to make timeless, meticulously crafted pieces that can be treasured for years to come."Sarah McGuire
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The use of chemicals and abrasive commercial cleansers should be avoided. Remove all jewelry before bathing or swimming.
Gemstones may be cleaned with a soft, non-metallic brush. Gently scrub away grit and grime.
Oxidized Silver will develop highlights over time. This is normal. Wash with warm soapy water & soft, fuzz-free cloth.
Metal Pieces with a satin finish will become increasingly shiny over time. This, too, is normal. Soap, water, and a VERY SOFT brush will take care of most cleaning needs, but take care: some metals (we're looking at you, gold) scratch quite easily. Use a soft, fuzz-free cloth to dry and buff.
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