Handcrafted Jewelry; Custom orders welcome

Chicago, Illinois | 4 Sales


Handcrafted Jewelry; Custom orders welcome

Chicago, Illinois 4 Sales On Etsy since 2017

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Sandy Murschel

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Sandy Murschel

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    Creating is my therapy!

    I am happiest when people around me are happy and when I'm able to imagine & create. So I hope that one of my creations can make you happy - then I will be twice as happy!

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      I live with my hubby, a gifted, 2 teen daughters, the light of my life and the reason why my hair is turning gray, and 4 cats who rule the house. I like to sew, swim, walk, gardening & travel and I absolutely love nature!

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    Last updated on Jun 15, 2017
    Frequently asked questions
    Do you guarantee your items?

    I guarantee my hand crafted work. If your item breaks within 2 weeks of your having received your item, I will repair it for free. Just send back all the pieces (your cost to ship) and I will repair it and return it to you (my cost to repair and ship back.) Email me prior to a warranty repair so I know it's coming.

    Custom and personalized orders

    If you see an item and would like some changes on it or if you have something on your mind, please contact me! I will be glad to create what you are imagining. However, the time and possibility to create it will depend on material availability and techniques needed for the project.

    Care instructions

    Silver and Gold jewelry is best kept individually in a resealable plastic bag with anti-tarnish paper if you have some. I suggest you not to wear your jewelry in pools, ocean or shower. When needed, I like to lightly rub it with sunshine cloth to restore the shine of the piece. If you can't reach all the little details of the jewelry piece, you can find easy homemade solutions ideas on the web.

    What does silver filled mean?

    It is definitely not the same thing as silver-plated, which is a very thin layer of silver laid on top of a copper-alloy core.
    The silver filled wire has a much thicker layer of sterling than silver-plated. Because of its thin coating, the silver on silver-plated metals can wear off over time, and is easy to nick while working with it or wearing it, causing the core metal to show.
    This does not happen with silver-filled metals. The bonded layer is thick enough to withstand small nicks, and it will not wear off.