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I'm taking a little hiatus, but will be back soon with new designs. For the latest updates, follow me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/casemethod
Wood is a beautiful, durable medium, but like all quality jewelry, some care is required:
- Avoid exposure to water. Take rings off when washing your hands, pop the plugs out when showering and you should definitely not wear the cuff links while scuba diving.
- If the color of the wood seems to be fading, apply a little oil. I like jojoba, especially for plugs. It's very similar to our bodies' natural oils. Mineral oil is also popular with woodworkers, but I've never used it.
- Wooden rings are durable, but not unbreakable. If your day job involves smashing concrete with your bare hands, you should save the ring for special occasions.
Many exotic woods have a potential for allergic reaction upon contact with skin. According to one study, only 2-5% of people will have sensitivities to the compounds found in wood. If you do experience adverse symptoms, remove the jewelry immediately.
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Accepted payment methods
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
All orders ship within one week of payment.
Customs fees are the buyer's responsibility. Please be aware of any restrictions on jewelry from the United States being imported into your country.
Refunds and Exchanges
I stand by the quality craftsmanship of my work. If, within one year after purchase, your jewelry breaks due to a flaw in the wood, I'll replace it at no cost to you.
Additional policies and FAQs
I welcome wholesale orders. Contact me for pricing.