How to care for you handbeaded earrings?

Earrings are fragile yet durable like the most beautiful things in this world

All earrings are hand-stitched with tiny glass seed beads and nylon thread. All beads are pure glass, which can make them fragile so be sure to handle with care. 

In each order, we provide

  • a storing item of sorts (jewelry box or cotton baggy)
  • a business card with product care details on the back
  • and a polishing cloth for silver/brass metal components only. Not all order contain a polishing cloth.


Things NOT to do:


  • Avoid getting them wet. I recommend you don’t shower with your earrings.
  • Don’t carelessly store them. I recommend you hang your earrings from the earring hook or store them laying down flat and nicely. This will maintain the integrity of your fringe earrings.
  • Don't place them in direct sunlight for long periods of time, as this may discolor some beads

Do store them in a dry & cool place.

If you find that your fringe is not hanging as nicely as you would like, place earrings on cotton fabric and with one finger lighly roll the beads using a downwards motion. Repeat as needed.



What is tarnish?

Tarnish is a discoloration that develops on the surface of silver, silver platted metal, brass and other metals. Please know it is natural and forms as the silver reacts with Sulphur compounds in the atmosphere. Basically there is nothing we can do to stop metal from tarnishing but you can however restore the metal.

How to restore metal?

In the case you find that your earring findings, or metal components have discolored or tarnished use a polishing cloth and gently rub the metal. Repeat as needed.

Understand this is normal & okay and not a reflection of the quality of metal.

  ** Polishing cloth/pad only comes on orders that have silver earrings findings or silver/brass component. Polishing cloths can be purchased almost anywhere incase you have lost yours. 





English - Updated Jan 24, 2022



¿Cómo cuidar tus aretes hechos a mano?

Todos los aretes están hechos con cuentas tradicionales Checos y hilo. Las cuentas son de vidrio puro, y eso las hace frágiles, así que asegúrese de tener cuidado.

Evite bañarse con sus aretes. Colóquelos planos o cuélguelos para que se vean lo mejor posible.