Annie Burke on Apr 1, 2015
It's exactly what I wanted and shipping was super fast!
Caroline Bender on Mar 14, 2015
Fantastic! Exactly what I hoped for! Will order from again! Thanks so much!
Dana Clark on Feb 17, 2015
Lovely. Shipped ahead of schedule.
Dashery Jewely- Modern Handmade Jewelry Fantasy
My first memories of jewelry making didn’t include normal materials. When I was a little girl, I would sit in the huge grassy field and gather up clover flowers to tie together to make jewelry. Long ropes of them for necklaces, shorter ones for crowns and bracelets. The crowns were my favorite. But the jewelry making bug didn’t bite me back then.
When I was in college, I had a friend who had a fabulous chain maille bracelet. It was a stainless steel, dragons weave, endless loop and I coveted it. I wore it for a while, but sadly she wanted it back. I found a book about chain making and I was hooked! I cut out thousands of jump rings and crafted them into bracelets like this bracelet. http://www.etsy.com/listing/6266801/sterling-silver-queen-chain-maille
Then I was amazed to find that I could buy long strands of gemstones beads. All the pretty colors and shapes and sizes! Another love was born! I could use the same wire I was using to make my chain maille to make chains of beautiful gemstone beads like this necklace. http://www.etsy.com/listing/14339241/amazonite-harlequin-facet-nugget
More recently I’ve been fascinated with metalworking techniques. A couple of years ago I took some fabulous jewelry classes at our local Art Center. I learned so much fun stuff and started using those skills in my work. I learned riveting that I use in this ring. http://www.etsy.com/listing/80433279/rivet-copper-ring-with-blue-raku-ceramic
I learned chasing and repousse which is basically pushing the metal around from the front and back of a piece to make it three dimensional. I used these techniques to make this pendant. http://www.etsy.com/listing/67211847/copper-bird-pendant-handmade-finch-on
That’s my jewelry making journey up to now. I hope to keep learning and have fun adding to my skills.
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Everything
My first memories of jewelry making didn’t include normal materials. When I was a little girl, I would sit in the huge grassy field and gather up clover flowers to tie together to make jewelry.
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★ *US Shipping*
Dashery Jewelry ships in the United States by USPS First-Class Mail. Most items are delivered in 4 to 7 business days. Priority Mail is available if requested, but for most packages, the First Class Mail ships just as quick.
★ *Non US (International) Shipping*
Dashery Jewelry ships by USPS International First Class Mail.
The buyer is responsible for any tax or tariffs. I cannot mark items as gifts for customs forms, but I can itemize them as “accessories.”
Any shipping overpayment more than $1 will be refunded.
Refunds and Exchanges
If it has been more than 2 weeks, please contact me to see what we can work out.
The item must be returned in same condition as received. Shipping is usually not refundable unless you receive the wrong item.
Additional policies and FAQs
Items are shipped within 2 business days of payment clearing. I usually get items mailed the morning after you pay, but life is full of small emergencies. You will be contacted if delay is unavoidable.
Please inform Dashery Jewelry in the Notes to Seller or by Convo of gift shipments to avoid any delay in shipping. A gift invoice (without price) will be included with the gift and a separate receipt will be sent to your payment address.
★ My jewelry contains many small parts. They are not intended for use by children.
★ I sell a physical product and not the right to use the intellectual property for your commercial use.