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Diane on Apr 15, 20144 out of 5 stars
The earrings shipped on time in a very pretty box. The posts were larger than what I was used to and rather squared off, but the clasp was wonderfully secure. The craftsmanship was beautiful and the stone setting also extremely secure. My only caveat is that if you have tiny holes, check with the vendor on post size!
T. on Sep 11, 20135 out of 5 stars
The necklace I ordered was beautiful! I did have to give extra time for delivery, but that was expected since these are being shipped from Israel.
Anonymous on Jun 21, 20135 out of 5 stars
Anonymous on Feb 11, 20135 out of 5 stars
These are just beautiful and so very affordable. I received this order in a very timely manner, especially considering that it came from Israel, and could not be more pleased. I will be buying more items from this business!!
Customer service is very important to me and I want to make sure you are happy with your purchase, so feel free to convo me if you are not happy with it or if you have any questions.
Accepted payment methods
Returns and exchanges
Shipping cost of returned items is the responsibility of the buyer.
***For sanitary reasons, earrings may not be returned.
Your satisfaction is very important to me, please convo me if you have an issue, and we will work it out. Please do not leave negative feedback without contacting me first to discuss the issue :)
Payment should be received at the time of purchase.
If there is no payment or contact within 48 hours of purchase, the seller has the right to void transaction and re-list the item.
NOTE TO CREDIT CARD CUSTOMERS: You do NOT need a Paypal account to pay for your order through Paypal. Click the payment button and it will give you the option to pay with credit card without signing up for a Paypal account.
I ALWAYS ship to the address you provide me here on Etsy at check out, so please be sure to use the address where you want your item to be shipped.
Shulis is not responsible for damaged or lost items once they are shipped. All orders are shipped through regular Airmail.
Registered mail is optional, if you will like to add it, please convo me, and I will send you a revised invoice with an extra cost of $3.
For registered mail sent abroad, delivery tracking is available, after the mail has left Israel, via the destination country's internet site. Countries that offer this service:
Austria, Italy, Iceland, Ireland, USA, Brazil, Denmark, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, Spain, Portugal, Finland, Czech Republic, South Korea, Canada, Romania, Switzerland, Thailand.
I pack Jewelry in jewelry gift boxes with ribbon. All packages are wrapped with care to make sure they will get to you in perfect condition.
**International Shipping: I ship to international destinations.
Please Note: Buyer is responsible and should be aware of all International custom fees.
Additional policies and FAQs
Gold Filled jewelry is the latest introduction into the gold jewelry market. Gold prices have gone up, making the purchase of solid gold jewelry a very costly investment. Gold Filled offers an economical alternative, while giving little up in quality. Cared for properly, gold filled jewelry lasts beautifully.
Gold Filled (abbreviated as "GF") jewelry is created in a similar process to Gold Plated jewelry, yet is light years ahead in quality. Considered the "Gold of the Future", Gold Filled jewelry looks gorgeous and wears beautifully due to the higher gold content and improved methods of production.
Gold Filled jewelry is created by applying gold over a base metal such as brass, rhodium, copper or sterling silver. To be called Gold Filled, the gold content must be at least 1/20th the weight of the total piece. This is what stands Gold Filled apart from Gold Plated. There is not a minimum gold quantity required in order to be termed Gold Plated.
I am often asked if my pieces are hallmarked. Hallmarking has yet to become the norm within the gold filled industry. Some pieces may be hallmarked, while other pieces are not. This can be related to the geographic location of the manufacturing company and the norms of the area. As gold filled becomes more widely purchased, it is likely that hallmarking will become the norm. At this time, hallmarking goldfilled jewelry appears to be limited mainly to items produced by small independant companies and artisan created jewelry.
Care of Gold Filled Jewelry
Gold filled jewelry is cared for in the same manner as other precious jewelry. The absolutely best thing you can do for your Gold Filled jewelry is to clean regularly using a little bit of warm water, and a soft cloth to dry and shine after. Many chemicals marketed for cleaning jewelry are actually somewhat abrasive or corrosive and can cause some damage or color alteration to your jewelry. The best way to avoid this is to keep it simple. Warm water and a soft cloth are the best thing you can do to maintain the beauty of your jewelry.
How long will my Gold Filled jewelry last?
Under normal wearing conditions, and with proper care, your gold filled jewelry can last a lifetime. It does not chip or peel easily as gold plated jewelry does. Heavy wear and rough conditions will of course impact how your jewelry looks. This is true no matter what your jewelry is made of.
Things to avoid with your jewelry
To maintain the beauty of your jewelry, whether it is gold filled or solid gold, salt water, chlorine (swimming pools) and all heavy detergents and cleaning agents should be avoided.
HOW TO PROTECT GOLD PLATED JEWELRY:
Keep gold-plated jewelry away from hard surfaces. Bumps and scratches will cause the gold layer to wear away faster.
Store your gold-plated jewelry in a velvet lined jewelry box, or wrap it in a soft material that will prevent scratches.
Lightly wipe your gold-plated jewelry with a damp cotton cloth. This will help to eliminate any dirt or dust from accumulating on the surface and wearing away the gold layer.
Avoid wiping or rubbing the gold-plated jewelry too often. Wiping or rubbing the jewelry more often than necessary will contribute to the gold lining wearing away.
Read more: How to Protect Gold Plated Jewelry | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4609735_protect-gold-plated-jewelry.html#ixzz17sxnjdn6
*** I want you to be completely happy with your purchase. Please read listing description very carefully before purchasing.
I include all the information to ensure that you are making an informed decision. Thank you!