FushsiaDesigns

UNIQUELY HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY BY KATE SRAJ #3536

Boston, Massachusetts · 26 Sales

FushsiaDesigns

UNIQUELY HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY BY KATE SRAJ #3536

Boston, Massachusetts 26 Sales On Etsy since 2006

0 out of 5 stars
(17)

Announcement   Welcome to my shop.

You can also find me on Ebay under FushsiaDesigns at
http://myworld.ebay.com/fushsiadesigns

Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed !!
I understand that particularily with jewelry, you sometimes just have to see it and try it on to know for sure if it is for you, so items can be returned for any reason within 14 days of purchase.

Be aware that colors varies from computer to computer and please check measurements provided as items may appear larger in photos.

GIFT BOXES AVAILABLE, just let me know with order/payment if you need one, otherwise it will come bubble wrapped to help save the environment.

Many thanks for looking.
A proud member of SRAJD #3536

Announcement

Welcome to my shop.

You can also find me on Ebay under FushsiaDesigns at
http://myworld.ebay.com/fushsiadesigns

Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed !!
I understand that particularily with jewelry, you sometimes just have to see it and try it on to know for sure if it is for you, so items can be returned for any reason within 14 days of purchase.

Be aware that colors varies from computer to computer and please check measurements provided as items may appear larger in photos.

GIFT BOXES AVAILABLE, just let me know with order/payment if you need one, otherwise it will come bubble wrapped to help save the environment.

Many thanks for looking.
A proud member of SRAJD #3536

Catherine Collins

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Catherine Collins

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Donna Lalonde

Donna Lalonde on Mar 22, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I just love these earrings they are other perfect size. I love the hammered silver. Very fast service. I am very happy with purchase.

Anonymous on Mar 7, 2012

5 out of 5 stars

AMAZING Custom-made pieces at amazing prices. Gorgeous work, beautifully packed & quickly sent. WOW! Thanks!

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Last updated on January 10, 2014

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Satisfaction is 100% guaranteed !!
I understand that particularily with jewelry, you sometimes just have to see it and try it on to know for sure if it is for you, so items can be returned for any reason within 10 days of purchase for a full refund minus shipping costs
Additional policies and FAQs
Sterling Silver
- Sterling silver is 92.5% pure silver, sometimes referred to as fine silver. Pure silver is so soft that if jewelry was made of 100% pure silver, it would easily damage. Therefore sterling silver is derived by combining 92.5 % pure silver with 7.5 % of another alloy. Copper is most commonly used as it improves the hardness of the metal, but does not change the color of the silver.

Hill Tribe Silver
- Hill tribe silver is typical 93 degrees to 99 degrees pure silver. The artisans from the Hill Tribes of northern Thailand have gained a reputation for their creations in silver. The Hill Tribes consist of about 20 different tribes, the most famous being the Karen tribe. Every family member is involved in the creations of their designs. They melt the silver with torches, pour into molds and shape by topping. All of the Hill Tribe pieces are made by hand using little or no machinery. No two pieces are exactly alike. Beads are hammered and etched while others are sculpted into shape.

Bali Silver
- Bali is one of the islands that form Indonesia. The art of silver smiting has been passed on to each generation, using very simple tools. The process starts with pure silver mined in Indonesia, mixing it with a tiny bit of copper to make it stronger and a small amount of borax, which helps the metals when heated with a torch. Once this process is completed the silver is poured into a mold to create sheets are wire. From these, the silver is cut into shapes and sizes to form beads. The filigree designs are created by various cuts in the metal, soldering, then wires onto pieces, and applying granulation thereby creating a wide variety of designs. The beads are cleaned and dipped in an antiquing solution filling the grooves with a dark color creating a contrast between high and low parts of the beads.

Glass Beads
- Glass Beads offer a high solution of various processes in which glass is used to create different patterns. Some of the categories in the glass bead family include Lamp work, Millipore, Pressed glass, Blown Glass, Crystal Glass and Crystal Pearls, Vintage and Antique Beads. Glass beads are beautiful and come in a endless array of shapes, colors, textures and patterns.