Vashtia

V. Jewelry

Chicago, Illinois

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Natalie Dirks

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Natalie Dirks

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Last updated on February 4, 2011
I am a home-based jewelry maker working out of Chicago, IL at the current time. I'm a student at the Art Institute of Chicago and hope to design jewelry full-time when I grow up :) My philosophy is that jewelry should be beautiful, well-made AND affordable. I don't create jewelry I wouldn't wear myself and I always try to keep my prices low while still using quality materials. So take a look around and enjoy! Please feel free to start a conversation here about any questions you may have :)

Accepted payment methods

Paypal
Returns and exchanges
If you are unhappy with your purchase, I will do my utmost to make sure you are satisfied. I will do returns or exchanges, within 30 days of purchase of the item(s).
Payment
As far as payments go, I have a laid-back philosophy. I will ship items after I've received (and cleared) payment from you (PayPal is preferred, but money order or check is fine as well).
Shipping
Shipping charge is approx. $5 depending on order weight and distance shipped, may be less or more.

Generally, items ship within two to three business days after payment is received. In cases of alterations, holidays or weekends, shipping may take a bit longer.
Additional policies and FAQs
I guarantee my work for one year after purchase date with the requirement that you send back the broken or unsatisfactory piece(s) to me. The guarantee does not cover loss or theft of jewelry.

I would love to do a custom order for you. Please contact me if you're interested. I am also willing to lengthen or shorten any existing piece you are interested in purchasing. Generally, a length change does not incur an extra charge, except in cases where a significant amount of material or labor must be used to get the right length. Just drop me a line to discuss the changes that need to be made.