AcolyteJewelry

jewelry inspired by literature, symbolism, & witch lore

Vancouver, Canada · 27 Sales

AcolyteJewelry

jewelry inspired by literature, symbolism, & witch lore

Vancouver, Canada 27 Sales On Etsy since 2014

5 out of 5 stars
(14)

Shop owner

Anna W.

Contact

Announcement   Please catch me on instagram or acolytejewelry.tumblr.com. xo.

Currently in the process of shedding the old skin, listing new items, and forging more at the bench.

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 3, 2017

Please catch me on instagram or acolytejewelry.tumblr.com. xo.

Currently in the process of shedding the old skin, listing new items, and forging more at the bench.

Anna W.

Contact shop owner

Anna W.

The Proto-Planchette
The Proto-Planchette
$43.00
Archaeology Alice
Archaeology Alice
$20.00
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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(14)
marichankitty

marichankitty on May 4, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Stunningly beautiful pendant. Wonderful craftsmanship. This necklace really is someting to behold. I love the two crystals on one side that give it an assymmetrical look!

lightfirewarmth

lightfirewarmth on Jul 7, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Stunning piece! I've gotten numerous compliments on it, not only the beautiful stone but the amazing setting also. Thank you for the fantastic customer service! Adding the chain was really great of you.

Sidhewoman

Sidhewoman on May 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

These earrings are so beautiful! They came very quickly and the stones are perfect. The tiny hollandite stars inside the quartz simply sparkle. Thank you so much to a wonderful seller.

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About

Designer evolving into a metal smith. I seek out beautiful stones and then build my pieces around the stone, learning it - hence the name Acolyte. I follow the inspiration to create a new piece - one that hopefully ignites your imagination as well.

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  • Anna W.

    Owner

    Recent university arts graduate - working on my writing and novice metal smithy. Stone obsessive bibliophile. City rambler. Wilderness pantheist. Livewire. Spark. Smoke.

Shop policies

Last updated on July 3, 2017
All works are handmade in Vancouver, BC. Policies may be subject to change - please convo me if you have any questions whatsoever!

Accepted payment methods

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  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Payment
I gratefully accept payments via PayPal, debit and credit, as well as Etsy gift cards.
Shipping
I will ship your personally packaged item to you within two days of your purchase. I'll also send you an email with shipping confirmation, and if applicable - insurance or tracking information as well.

Unless otherwise specified in the listing, I ship each piece individually wrapped and placed inside of a bubble-mailer envelope. I send all of our packages through Canada Post, or if necessary for a rush - UPS. In the event that a UPS upgrade is needed, please convo me so that I can quote you a specific rate. Should you have any concerns, please let me know and I will do our best to accommodate your shipping needs!
Refunds and Exchanges
As each item we sell has been crafted as a one-off, exact replacement of damaged or lost goods is unlikely if not impossible.
However, should an item be damaged or lost in transit - I will do my best to work with you for a fair resolution.
Additional policies and FAQs
Kindly bear in mind that while I / Acolyte Jewelry greatly enjoy the folkloric history of crystals and all of the metaphysical philosophizing that minerals can inspire - I absolutely do not make or advocate any claims of crystal therapy in place of seeking medical attention for physical or psychiatric ailments.

I might publish the known metaphysical properties of crystals as information to ponder, to help you identify with certain stones and explore yourself through using crystals as either a talisman or personal aesthetic. People often want to know the "meaning" of stones, and I am deeply enthusiastic about this; however, meaning is created ultimately by the individual. Nothing would honour me more than you attaching your own meaning to one of my creations.