Anne Bowgett · Lucky Dog Jewelry

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Note from shop owner My shop is taking a summer break, I will be back online in the fall. Thank you!

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Last updated on Aug 10, 2022

My shop is taking a summer break, I will be back online in the fall. Thank you!


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Uniquely Handmade

I work with precious metal clay and hand make each piece individually, without the use of molds. The clay I use contains tiny particles of recycled silver. After I shape and form the clay into the design I want, I let it dry and put it into a kiln. The kiln will reach temperatures in excess of 1600 degrees Fahrenheit, at which point the organic clay binder has burned away and the silver remains. Then I can add a patina to the metal, polish it, or solder posts on to create earrings.

There are many organizations helping dogs and cats find homes and we can help. With every purchase you make, I make a donation to an animal rescue organization. You can follow my facebook page for updates on the charitable organizations and donations you help make possible.

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    Originally from Michigan, I live in Fort Worth, Texas with my husband and our two rescue dogs. When I'm not making jewelry I love to work in my garden or go camping, especially if I can get a spot on the water!

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
Frequently asked questions
Do you make all of the jewelry you sell?

Yes, I do. I work out of my home studio and have been known to take over other areas of the house, including the kitchen and garage.

How can I clean my jewelry?

Body oils and moisturizers can build up on jewelry and I recommend either wiping your jewelry with a cloth dampened with water or gently washing it with mild soap and water. I sometimes use an old toothbrush to get in the tight spaces. I don't recommend dipping it in liquid tarnish removers.

How do I remove unwanted tarnish?

Many of my designs have been oxidized or treated to obtain a unique patina and they should never be dipped into liquid tarnish removers. To remove tarnish I recommend using a polishing cloth made for cleaning jewelry. I like the Sunshine brand yellow polishing cloth and the little white squares called Pro-Polish pads.