Our jewellery is lovingly handcrafted and made from polymer clay, raw brass and cotton. While these are durable materials, below are a few handy tips to ensure they last.
If for any reason you damage your jewellery, we may be able to help so do get in touch
The clay shouldn’t stain, but if you do mark it, you can give it a rub with a cloth or a light sand paper if it’s really stuck.
Don’t fiddle with or drop the pieces as the clay (especially around the holes) can weaken and snap over time.
If you’re item has tassels, these are made from cotton, and over time may flatten down. Hold the top firm, and with a comb, give it a little brush through. You can then shake it out and it will be back to its full, glorious shape.
All pieces are made from raw brass which means it hasn’t been coated - we like this type as it’s not as bright and has a soft weathered, boho finish.
Over time, it will tarnish a bit (meaning you might get finger print marks etc) - but don’t worry, there are a few things you can do to keep it lovely:
Avoid contact with water, oils, perfumes as this can stain the brass
Keep safe in a pouch (or away from other metals) to avoid tarnishing or scratching
Clean brass with metal polish or salt and lemon juice and a cloth to shine up (avoid covering the clay - and remove the tassels and reattached using pliers)
Really dirty - get a fine sandpaper and give it a little rub, then clean over it with metal polish