Wilder Baubles

Largo, Florida


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Luci Wilder

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Luci Wilder

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Last updated on May 9, 2022
Hello, Gordon & I are thrilled to finally be returning to our journey on Etsy. We have a blast looking for wonderful antique or vintage costume jewelry which we use to design into new one-of-a-kind pieces. Then there are brand-new USA handmade items from gorgeous lamp-work beads by other Etsy artists, Swarovski crystals, Austrian glass, and semi-precious stones (amethyst, unakite, just to name two). Additionally, I can make you things upon request. Please talk to me and lets make the journey together.

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Please pay promptly within 7 days via PayPal. Those in Florida will also need to pay 6% sales tax. I'll ship your jewelry to you within 3 business days of receiving your payment.

You may cancel your purchase at any time prior to my getting it in the mail to you, but you'll still need to pay 20 cents plus 3.5% sales fee, which Etsy will charge me.


I will be using USPS Priority mail. There is no extra fee for items which all fit within one 9.5" x 12.5" envelope. If your items require a box the shipping fee will be slightly higher. In which case, please do NOT pay me until you have the corrected shipping rate. ALL items will be insured based upon the sales price of the item.

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I will be thrilled to do custom orders for any item you'd like (even those I do not currently make.) Just contact me at Luci_W [!at] WilderBaubles.com and we'll talk about it. See the bracelet in my banner which says "G L A Z I E R" . That was my original baby bracelet. Way back in 1952 they put real ceramic letters and beads on string sealed with a little glob of metal. After my mom gave me my bracelet in 2010, I took it apart, added agate, sterling silver beads, and a sterling clasp. Now 64 years later I can once again wear it. I've made several of these for lady friends who are expecting baby girls. While I can't make them small enough to fit your little girl today, it makes a wonderful "first bracelet"; just let me know ;-)