gailjoseph

Gail Joseph Studios

105 Sales

gailjoseph

Gail Joseph Studios

105 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars (16)
Gail Joseph

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Gail Joseph

Announcement    Gail Joseph, creator of GG Glass veiled lampwork cane, has left the glass world and spread her creative energy to many different areas. From weaving to Ebru
Marbling on silk scarves, back to the world of Bridal headpieces, Gail creates where the energy of the day moves her. In Bridal design, after 10 years of custom creation for "Veils by Design" in the 90's, Gail now focuses on heirloom quality Freshwater Pearl bridal combs and headpieces made with Sterling Silver .925) and Swarovski(tm) Crystal.

Gail weaves on a Louet David 8 Shaft Loom and a Harrisville 22”/8 shaft loom.

In the Spring/Summer of 2019 Gail plans to introduce some wonderful creations:

Along with an array of dishcloths, tea towels, interchangeable keychains, key robs, change purses and handbags Gail has other spectacular designs in mind!

One of a kind and custom made Tallit for the discerning Jewish customer will be available, soon. These creations will be perfect for a Bar or Bat Mitvah gift, and sure to be cherished forever. Matching yarmulke and Tallit bags, as well as customized Tzitzit with handmade lampwork glass bead accents will be options.

As hand dyeing is a passion which is a huge part of Gail’s weaving process, she will also offer occasional skeins and warps of hand dyed fiber such as Georgia Ring Spun Cotton, Rose/Cotton Blend, Silk, Merino Wool and Peppermint/Tencel. These are all fibers and blends which will be available for custom Tallit orders.

Announcement

Last updated on May 10, 2019

Gail Joseph, creator of GG Glass veiled lampwork cane, has left the glass world and spread her creative energy to many different areas. From weaving to Ebru
Marbling on silk scarves, back to the world of Bridal headpieces, Gail creates where the energy of the day moves her. In Bridal design, after 10 years of custom creation for "Veils by Design" in the 90's, Gail now focuses on heirloom quality Freshwater Pearl bridal combs and headpieces made with Sterling Silver .925) and Swarovski(tm) Crystal.

Gail weaves on a Louet David 8 Shaft Loom and a Harrisville 22”/8 shaft loom.

In the Spring/Summer of 2019 Gail plans to introduce some wonderful creations:

Along with an array of dishcloths, tea towels, interchangeable keychains, key robs, change purses and handbags Gail has other spectacular designs in mind!

One of a kind and custom made Tallit for the discerning Jewish customer will be available, soon. These creations will be perfect for a Bar or Bat Mitvah gift, and sure to be cherished forever. Matching yarmulke and Tallit bags, as well as customized Tzitzit with handmade lampwork glass bead accents will be options.

As hand dyeing is a passion which is a huge part of Gail’s weaving process, she will also offer occasional skeins and warps of hand dyed fiber such as Georgia Ring Spun Cotton, Rose/Cotton Blend, Silk, Merino Wool and Peppermint/Tencel. These are all fibers and blends which will be available for custom Tallit orders.

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Last updated on May 10, 2019

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
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Returns and exchanges
Bridal headpieces and veil sales are final. No returns will be accepted. Any problems must be reported within 48 hours of your receipt of headpiece or veil. Replacement or repairs will be made at our discretion. Any damages from shipping must be documented with photographs, and all packaging must be retained for proof to the USPS.

Tallit and Judaica sales are final. This applies to both ready made and custom. Custom orders require non refundable 50% deposits to begin, and will not be shipped without payment of final balance and shipping charges. Rush orders might be possible with payment of applicable fees.

****Please remember that device screens and colors might not be calibrated to show the same colors, and some colors just do not photograph well. Particularly in the case of woven articles, please ask if I have fibers available to send so that you can see colors.

For beads, buttons, jewelry and fiber, returns are accepted within 10 business days of your receipt of package if you have communicated with me and received a return authorization number. Refunds will not include the amount you paid for shipping, nor will they include the 3.5% Etsy fee in most circumstances.

As I can not be responsible for loss or damage caused by the USPS, please consider purchasing shipping insurance. In the case of damage to your package, please keep all packaging, as the post office will require proof of the damage.
Payment
I accept Paypal, and you may use credit cards with PayPal without having a PayPal account.
Shipping
All items under one pound are sent by 1st Class Mail unless requested otherwise. Priority Mail is available for an additional charge. I will combine shipping for additional items. Orders to International addresses are sent by First Class International Mail but can be shipped by Priority International Mail for an additional charge.

Headpieces and veils are shipped by insured Priority Mail. International orders will only be considered after a convo discussion shipping costs and insurance.
Additional policies and FAQs
I can dicuss custom orders by Convo, but may not be able to accept them at all times.

****Please remember that device screens and colors might not be calibrated to show the same colors, and some colors just do not photograph well. Particularly in the case of woven articles, please ask if I have fibers available to send so that you can see colors.