TuesdayTeaRoses

Unique Jewelry and Craft Supplies!

76 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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TuesdayTeaRoses

Unique Jewelry and Craft Supplies!

76 Sales

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Last updated on March 3, 2011
Hello! Thank you for taking interest in the items listed at TuesdayTeaRoses and I hope you had find something unique and quirky that you love!

Accepted payment methods

  • Other Method
Returns and exchanges
I will NOT be responsible for lost mail sent through normal mail.

All my items are handled with care before sending out. Please convo me upon receiving if there is any broken pieces.
Payment
Payment is due at time of purchase unless otherwise agreed upon.

International / Singapore shoppers
Payments are to be made through Paypal. You can still pay through Paypal even if you do not have an account as I will issue an invoice to your email account (via Paypal), and you can pay by credit cards =)

Singapore shoppers
You can chose to make payments via POSB / UOB bank funds transfer. The current exchange rate is US$1 = S$1.50 (subject to change).
Please indicate your preference of payment at Etsy check-out and bank details will be emailed to you shortly.
Shipping
Other countries:
All the items will be sent via registered mail which delivers to your doorstep and requires a signature upon arriving.

Due to work commitments, I am only able to visit the post office every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.

Singapore:
All the items will be sent via normal mail. Please convo me if you wish to opt for registered mail.

Delivery
International: Approximately 9 to 15 business days.
Singapore: Approximately 3 to 5 business days.
Additional policies and FAQs
As I sell rhodium material, I will like people to have a better understanding of it, hence, below is extra piece of information kindly provided by cooljwls =)

"Rhodium is white in color and is a precious metal, meaning non-oxidizing. Rhodium is a member of the Platinum Group of Metals. The Platinum Group of Metals is a group of six metals which include platinum, rhodium, palladium, ruthenium, osmium, and iridium. These six metals all share some common physical properties. They have high melting points, are very dense, are very hard, and are very resistant to corrosion.

Rhodium is the hardest of the PGM’s. Its’ Knoop hardness is about 800. Compare that to cobalt hardened gold at 200 knoop, 14k ElectricGold at 400 knoop and palladium at 400 knoop. Rhodium is the hardest, most wear resistant metal that we plate at Professional Plating. In addition to its’ hardness, rhodium is extremely resistant to corrosion. Rhodium is an excellent choice where contact with corrosive gases or other high corrosion environments will be encountered. Remember also that as the operating environment temperature increases, the corrosion rate will also increase. So in high temperature applications, rhodium will provide a longer life cycle, than, for example, gold will. Rhodium will reliably operate beyond 1000F.

Rhodium is an extremely bright white metal. It is much whiter than palladium and platinum. For this reason and because of its’ extreme hardness, rhodium is very commonly used as an electroplated surface for fine jewelry."