AellaVJewelry

Beautiful handmade leather earrings & accessories

West Kaysville, Utah

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About AellaVJewelry

Sales 4,425
On Etsy since 2016

Quality, Craftsmanship, Affordability

Handcrafted in Kaysville, Utah, Aella V Jewelry is an expert in fine-crafted jewelry. Our unique artisan earrings are assembled by hand to ensure that each piece is of the highest quality possible. We use top quality leather and other lightweight materials to guarantee comfort!

We are a small woman-owned business that tackles everything from jewelry making to packaging to marketing to customer service. We are a wife & husband (and sometimes teenage son) team that hustles.

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  • Megan Lowe

    Owner, Designer

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Last updated on Nov 4, 2017
Frequently asked questions
Wholesale availability

Please send me a personal message regarding wholesale prices and availability. Not all styles and colors are available for wholesale.

Care instructions

To keep your handmade leather earrings and accessories in great condition it is best to hang them up or lay them flat for storage.

Most products can be wiped clean with a damp cloth but be careful because water can discolor some lighter leathers. The suede earrings can also be discolored with water so care should be taken. For most cleaning needs, a slightly damp Magic Eraser will be sufficient- even on suede.

If an earring gets bent, it can be flattened with a barely warm iron by covering the earring with a cloth or towel and lightly steaming the leather part of the earring (avoiding the hooks) to flatten it.

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING INFORMATION

A WORD ABOUT CUSTOMS AND VALUE ADDED TAXES
http://www.dutycalculator.com/ (For your information.)

Each country has its own import regulations based on the value and type of item you are purchasing. These thresholds vary enormously and can add from 5% to 20% of the value of the item you are purchasing. It is the purchaser who is responsible for paying these taxes and duties. You would normally pay these taxes on imported items you buy in a local store, but these will have been factored into the price already. 

In this case, you may pay the VAT directly to the Customs Office or at the local post office when you collect your item. In some countries, "handling fees" are charged by your local postal service.