Gold neck cuff in brass Simple minimal choker

TheSalvagedEdge

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Gold neck cuff in brass Simple minimal choker

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Item details

Handmade

Material

lead free brass

Gold neck cuff in brass Simple minimal choker

This brass neck cuff is made to order from 10 gauge lead free jeweler's brass. It has a gentle curve at the front that can cradle a pendant, but it looks great by itself too! This look is very trendy right now worn close to the neck.

Choose from 4 lengths, 14" (35.5cm), 16"(40cm), 18"(46cm), and 20"(51cm). It will lay like a standard necklace of that length.

Each size is gently adjustable.
Pendants can be changed easily and no clasp to fumble with.

Want a different length or shape? A pendant to go with it? Just ask!

Shipping & returns

Ready to ship in 3–5 business days
From Dover, TN

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (347)

Returns & exchanges

Regular stock items may be returned in original condition for a full refund of the purchase price within 30 days of purchase for any reason. After 30 days returned items may be considered for store credit.

Custom items will be considered for return on a case by case basis and may entail a 10% restocking fee.

REPAIR
I take pride in making jewelry that will stand up to normal wear and tear, but occasionally things happen. You may send any of my items to me for repairs and I will fix it, free of charge if it is possible to fix. If an item is beyond repair I can remake the item, if possible, for a comparable charge.

Ask me about repairing items that are not my pieces; I may be able to repair or refashion them.

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Shipping policies

Shipping: every business day (M-F) from Dover, Tennessee, using USPS First Class in a recycled padded envelope or box with appropriate recycled packaging to avoid damage to the item.

Please, include a message at checkout if you wish your item to be packaged as a gift and/or a personal note.

WITHIN THE US:
In most cases a package shipped within the US arrives within 5 business days, often sooner, but this is no guarantee, especially during busy postal seasons like just before Christmas. If you would like Express (next day) or Priority shipping (2-3 days) please purchase the appropriate listing in my shop. You can do a shop search for Express or Priority. If you have trouble finding the appropriate listing, please let me know.

INTERNATIONAL:

USPS First Class international- It can take up to 6 weeks or even two months for a package to arrive depending on what country the item is going to, especially during busy postal times. It nearly always takes less time, but please be prepared should it take longer. You will have a tracking number but often the package can only be tracked until it leaves the US.

For USPS Priority International and Express International it will depend on the country how long it takes, usually less than 2 weeks, but this largely depends on the country it is going to. Please contact me to arrange this service as the price is drastically different from country to country.

ALL INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS PLEASE READ:
------->>>Please check with your local post office for advice on shipping from the USA to your country before you order so that your customs process can be made easier and so that you are aware of any customs fees or import taxes for your order. It is illegal for the seller to pay customs fees and import taxes on an item entering a country. Any shipping costs affiliated with your order DO NOT include import taxes or customs fees.You are responsible for these fees. <<<----------


PICKUP:
If you are in the middle Tennessee/Kentucky area and would like to arrange for pickup, please let me know and I will adjust the shipping charge.
Shipping: every business day (M-F) from Dover, Tennessee, using USPS First Class in a recycled padded envelope or box with appropriate recycled packaging to avoid damage to the item.

Please, include a message at checkout if you wish your item to be packaged as a gift and/or a personal note.

WITHIN THE US:
In most cases a package shipped within the US arrives within 5 business days, often sooner, but this is no guarantee, especially during busy postal seasons like just before Christmas. If you would like Express (next day) or Priority shipping (2-3 days) please purchase the appropriate listing in my shop. You can do a shop search for Express or Priority. If you have trouble finding the appropriate listing, please let me know.

INTERNATIONAL:

USPS First Class international- It can take up to 6 weeks or even two months for a package to arrive depending on what country the item is going to, especially during busy postal times. It nearly always takes less time, but please be prepared should it take longer. You will have a tracking number but often the package can only be tracked until it leaves the US.

For USPS Priority International and Express International it will depend on the country how long it takes, usually less than 2 weeks, but this largely depends on the country it is going to. Please contact me to arrange this service as the price is drastically different from country to country.

ALL INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS PLEASE READ:
------->>>Please check with your local post office for advice on shipping from the USA to your country before you order so that your customs process can be made easier and so that you are aware of any customs fees or import taxes for your order. It is illegal for the seller to pay customs fees and import taxes on an item entering a country. Any shipping costs affiliated with your order DO NOT include import taxes or customs fees.You are responsible for these fees. <<<----------


PICKUP:
If you are in the middle Tennessee/Kentucky area and would like to arrange for pickup, please let me know and I will adjust the shipping charge.

Payments

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Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Etsy keeps your payment information secure. Etsy shops never receive your credit card information.
Payments accepted: major credit cards, Paypal, personal checks, cashiers check, and money orders*.

Items will be shipped the next business day (M-F) after payment has cleared unless otherwise noted.

*Please note that personal checks, money orders, and e-checks may take a week or more to clear and you should be prepared to wait for your item. I am not able to accept international checks or bank money orders. Money orders must be USPS money orders.

Additional policies

Q) What kind of a name is The Salvaged Edge?

A) The Salvaged Edge is a play on the sewing term "selvage edge" which is the very edge of a roll of fabric and very often gets cut off and thrown away. I worked in a costume shop for many years and heard the term often. Since I use mainly recycled and salvaged materials, the phrase stuck with me and became the name for my shop.



Q) I really love your stuff and want to sell some in my brick and mortar boutique.

A) Contact me at thesalvagededge@gmail.com or (931) 627-0534 between 9:00am and 5:00pm US Central Time



Q) How do I care for my pieces?

A) Each piece can be carefully washed with soap and water and a soft cloth or toothbrush. Avoid using harsh or industrial cleaners as they make pits in the copper over time.

To polish your piece, use a soft cloth anytime or a gentle metal cleaner occasionally.
A weak vinegar solution can also be used occasionally unless the piece contains turquoise, pearls, or another soluble stone.


Q) What is a good way to keep my jewelry from tarnishing without using chemicals?

A) For years, many women have found that adding a piece of chalk to their jewelry box absorbs any excess moisture and helps to slow tarnish in items not worn everyday, but just being in a closed environment like a jewelry box away from heat, air, and moisture will retard tarnish.

The best way to keep tarnish away is to wear your jewelry as often as you can. The oils on your skin create a barrier which slows tarnish and keeps copper bright longer.



Q) I have a green spot on my skin from the copper, what should I do?

A) This is harmless and will wash off with soap and water. People that perspire frequently or have certain chemicals on their skin may have green spots more often. The best thing to do is either remove jewelry in sweaty conditions or coat the parts of the piece that touch your skin with car wax, beeswax, or jeweler's wax (nail polish works too, but smells strong and wears off in patches).


Q) I heard copper is good for healing? Why?

A) From the research I have done, it is because minute amounts of untreated copper will absorb into your skin from the jewelry. Copper is a much needed mineral for healthy bones and joints, iron absorption, and many other body
processes. Copper is also found in many whole foods we eat, like seeds, grains, and beans. I have worn a copper bracelet for years now and never felt better!


Q) What is sterling silver?

A) Solid sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% metal alloys, usually copper. It is not magnetic and leaves a white streak if rubbed on a stone or tile. When nitric acid is applied silver will not turn green like other metals.

Q) What is fine silver?

A) Fine silver is made of only (99.9%) the element silver. It is softer than other metals which is the reason silver is usually mixed with other metals when used for coins and other pieces that need to be a little sturdier. It will show all the properties of sterling silver but be just a hint softer.

Q) What is German silver/nickel silver?

A) German silver is not made of the element silver at all. It is usually, copper, zinc, and nickel. It is almost imperceptibly magnetic. has a medium to dark gray streak on a streak plate and will turn green in contact with nitric acid. I do not use german/nickel silver in my jewelry.

Q) What is brass?

A) Brass is usually a combination of copper and zinc. The yellow brass I use is 70% copper and 30% zinc. The red brass is 85% copper and 15% zinc.

Q) Why don't you use plated or filled wire in your designs?

A) I love the look and feel of solid metals. They wear better over time. Also, solid metals are much easier to recycle than plated or filled.



Q) What kind of a name is The Salvaged Edge?

A) The Salvaged Edge is a play on the sewing term "selvage edge" which is the very edge of a roll of fabric and very often gets cut off and thrown away. I worked in a costume shop for many years and heard the term often. Since I use mainly recycled and salvaged materials, the phrase stuck with me and became the name for my shop.



Q) I really love your stuff and want to sell some in my brick and mortar boutique.

A) Contact me at thesalvagededge@gmail.com or (931) 627-0534 between 9:00am and 5:00pm US Central Time



Q) How do I care for my pieces?

A) Each piece can be carefully washed with soap and water and a soft cloth or toothbrush. Avoid using harsh or industrial cleaners as they make pits in the copper over time.

To polish your piece, use a soft cloth anytime or a gentle metal cleaner occasionally.
A weak vinegar solution can also be used occasionally unless the piece contains turquoise, pearls, or another soluble stone.


Q) What is a good way to keep my jewelry from tarnishing without using chemicals?

A) For years, many women have found that adding a piece of chalk to their jewelry box absorbs any excess moisture and helps to slow tarnish in items not worn everyday, but just being in a closed environment like a jewelry box away from heat, air, and moisture will retard tarnish.

The best way to keep tarnish away is to wear your jewelry as often as you can. The oils on your skin create a barrier which slows tarnish and keeps copper bright longer.



Q) I have a green spot on my skin from the copper, what should I do?

A) This is harmless and will wash off with soap and water. People that perspire frequently or have certain chemicals on their skin may have green spots more often. The best thing to do is either remove jewelry in sweaty conditions or coat the parts of the piece that touch your skin with car wax, beeswax, or jeweler's wax (nail polish works too, but smells strong and wears off in patches).


Q) I heard copper is good for healing? Why?

A) From the research I have done, it is because minute amounts of untreated copper will absorb into your skin from the jewelry. Copper is a much needed mineral for healthy bones and joints, iron absorption, and many other body
processes. Copper is also found in many whole foods we eat, like seeds, grains, and beans. I have worn a copper bracelet for years now and never felt better!


Q) What is sterling silver?

A) Solid sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% metal alloys, usually copper. It is not magnetic and leaves a white streak if rubbed on a stone or tile. When nitric acid is applied silver will not turn green like other metals.

Q) What is fine silver?

A) Fine silver is made of only (99.9%) the element silver. It is softer than other metals which is the reason silver is usually mixed with other metals when used for coins and other pieces that need to be a little sturdier. It will show all the properties of sterling silver but be just a hint softer.

Q) What is German silver/nickel silver?

A) German silver is not made of the element silver at all. It is usually, copper, zinc, and nickel. It is almost imperceptibly magnetic. has a medium to dark gray streak on a streak plate and will turn green in contact with nitric acid. I do not use german/nickel silver in my jewelry.

Q) What is brass?

A) Brass is usually a combination of copper and zinc. The yellow brass I use is 70% copper and 30% zinc. The red brass is 85% copper and 15% zinc.

Q) Why don't you use plated or filled wire in your designs?

A) I love the look and feel of solid metals. They wear better over time. Also, solid metals are much easier to recycle than plated or filled.