Broncati Jewelry

17 Sales


Broncati Jewelry

17 Sales On Etsy since 2012

0 out of 5 stars

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Last updated on Apr 3, 2016

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dacabe on Dec 16, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

i ask for this as a commission and I am overwhelmed !

Anonymous on Aug 15, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Beautiful & simple just what I wanted!!Perfect! Thank-you!

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 27, 2012

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Buy with Apple Pay
  • Pay with Sofort
  • Pay with iDeal
  • Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Paypal or U.S. Post Office Money Orders ONLY. Credit cards through paypal do no require that you have a paypal account.
My method of shipping is usually stated in the profile of the jewelry being sold. If you have any question, please contact me.
Refunds and Exchanges
Return Policy:
If you're not entirely delighted, please contact me for return authorization within THREE days. Item must be returned in exactly the same condition it arrived in within 7 days. I will provide you with a full refund less shipping and insurance already paid when I recieve the item. You MUST pay for shipping and insurance with signature required when you return an item. I trust in good feedback with good intent. I opened this store to make jewelry in order to make people happy. So please, if there are any issues, I ask that you contact me as soon as possible, because your happiness with your purchase is what is most important to me
Additional policies and FAQs
My goal is to find un-treated, un-enhanced gems meaning no dyes, heating, irradiation etc.. I do this to the best of my ability and always buy from sources I believe are reputible, however, sometimes, it is impossible to know, because such processes may be done secretly and not publicized. If I even suspect something is treated, I will say so in my description. There is much information on the internet on the treatment of gemstones, and I suggest that anyone interested in jewelry, learn as much as they can about this subject. Some things are standard in the industry however, e.g. pearls are usually bleached after harvesting, and while natural pearl color can go from white to pink to purple (and black, in the case of Tahitian pearls), the pearl farms have perfected methods they will not disclose that may enhance the coloration. Even Tahitian black pearls, WHICH ARE THE ONLY NATURALLY OCCURING BLACK PEARLS, may be treated in order to even out coloration or improve consistency in coloration. These methods are both secret to the pearl farm and usually color-fast and well done.

If you have any questions, I am more than happy to respond!