Baobab Love

40 Sales


Baobab Love

40 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Shop policies

Last updated on March 14, 2011
I try to provide as much detail as possible about each piece so that you may have a concrete idea of what I have made. I have also included the metaphysical properties of the stones where applicable. I cannot guarantee the effectiveness of the metaphysical properties, I like to believe in them, and if nothing else, they are stories that surround the stones, and may help to give you a fuller idea of what kind of thought went into the creation of each piece. I sourced the metaphysical properties from

Accepted payment methods

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Returns and exchanges
I welcome any piece home that was misrepresented or simply not what you expected. A full refund will be issued if the item is received within 30 days. This does not include shipping and handling.
I will ship most items through either first class or priority post. I am happy to ship through a more expedited means, UPS or FEDEX but will confirm costs at your request.
Additional policies and FAQs
Love Without Boundaries - My best friend and cousin has adopted 4 children from China so that she now has a family of 9 children. She became familiar with the work that LWB is doing on a first hand basis and when I asked her which charity she would like to see benefit from these rings - her first response was Love Without Boundaries. It seemed most appropriate particularly since Ruby (of Ruby's ring) had been awarded a grant through LWB.

Childrens' Hospital of Philadelphia - My youngest son, Willem, was born with several heart defects and had his first open heart surgery when he was 3 days old and then some others around his first birthday. He is now 3 and THRIVING. He will continue to need help with his heart for the rest of his life, but the dedication and care that Willem was given, and that we were given as his parents - is unparallelled. Dr. Bird: We love you!

Acacia Village: Is a orphanage and safe compound being built for orphans in Ethiopia. My heart has been lost to a number of these children but I am not currently in a position to adopt...This is my way of supporting the good work that is being done. There are a number of charitable organizations that are doing great work around the world - Acacia Village is the one that I picked.