Mothers Milk Stud Earrings - Sterling Silver
I create a gem with your breast milk. The milk is preserved, powdered, and then hardened into a stone. (I add a luminescence whitener to enhance the beauty of the stone, you may request to not have it added).
Once you've ordered, I will send shipping tips to you that are specific to your country. Here are some basic tips:
For getting the milk to me, you can drop it off to me in Abbotsford or ship it!
2694 Bristol Drive,
Abbotsford BC, V2S 0G1
-I only need about a quarter of an ounce!
-fresh, thawed, or frozen!
-If you could double bag it that would be great!
-If it’s frozen, there will be condensation, so use a waterproof or bubble wrap envelope (you can get them from the dollar store or post office)
-please push the air out of the bags so that it can not be ‘popped’ as it makes its way to me!
Turn around time is approximately 2-4 weeks from when I receive the milk.
Gold-filled jewelry surpasses the value of gold-plated pieces by a significant margin. Remarkably, gold-filled items contain nearly 100 percent more actual gold content than their gold-plated counterparts. This results in gold-filled jewelry possessing the same coveted properties and appearance as solid gold. Moreover, it boasts exceptional resistance to tarnishing and is water safe. For individuals with metal sensitivities, gold-filled jewelry offers a worry-free option, as it can be worn without concerns of triggering allergic reactions.
PVD, short for Physical Vapor Deposition, is a vacuum coating method used to apply a gold layer to the base metal, used by luxury brands like Rolex and Cartier. G&J uses an extra thick PVD coating well above the industry standard. Compared to gold plating, PVD coatings offer superior resistance to corrosion caused by sweat and everyday use. This process results in a dazzling, functional finish, particularly effective when used with Stainless Steel as a base metal, ensuring it remains hypoallergenic. For those who prefer to keep their jewelry on at all times, PVD is an excellent choice due to its vibrancy and exceptional durability, lasting for many years.
Sterling silver is 92.5% silver and 7.5% alloy. This 7.5% is usually made of copper or zinc. The addition of these other metals makes sterling silver significantly stronger and more durable. All of our silver pieces are made with '925 Sterling Silver', never 'silver-plated'. They are hypoallergenic, tarnish-resistant, and made to last!
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