Designer Jewelry by Barbara Brundage
BrundageCollection's Shop Policies
I accept payment via PayPal. However, I understand you do not need a PayPal account to pay for your items through PayPal. After submitting your order you will be directed to the PayPal website, just scroll down and you will see the option to pay with a Credit or Debit Card without having to sign up for a PayPal account.
Merchandise is shipped within 5 days after receipt of paypal payment. I will notify you by email if my travel excursions interfere with the shipping times.
Refunds and Exchanges
Satisfaction is guaranteed
If you're not completely happy with your purchase, notify me by e-mail at bhbrundage [!at] sbcglobal.net within 1 days of receipt of the item. Then return the item to me within 2 days by insured mail. A return authorization number is needed. Merchandise must be sent back in the original packing material in an undamaged condition. I will send you a refund, minus shipping and insurance.
Additional Policies and FAQs
Care for your jewelry
Please treat these signature pieces with care as you would any work of art. The stones are not plastic resins; therefore they will break if dropped on a hard surface. Keep your fine jewelry wrapped away from exposure when not wearing. Silver will tarnish. Periodically polish with a soft jewelry cloth to bring back the sparkle.
Be sure to pack your jewelry carefully when traveling. These pieces are works of art and need to be treated appropriately.
Most gemstones on the market today have been enhanced with heat treatments or dyes. Treated gemstones are accepted in the gem industry so long as the buyers are made aware. Since, like most of the retail sellers, I have not tested the gems for treatments, please assume that the gemstones are treated. In addition, I have not tested the gemstones for identity. I try to purchase from reputable vendors. Therefore the names of the stones are based on the identification stated by the vendors. There are also names given to gems that are created by the sellers. Examples include such names as green amethyst, new jade, and cognac diamonds. No natural gemstones are perfect. They all have various degrees of visible clarity characteristics, not flaws.
Most of the necklaces are described in inches for the length and millimeters (mm) for the size of the gemstones. If you are not familiar with millimeters, the following guide may help you to visualize the size of the stones in relation to inches. The following sizes are approximate figures.
1/2” = 13 mm,
1” = 26 mm
2” = 21 mm
Last Updated December 27, 2011