Pendant Copper Wire Woven Peachblow Sugilite Donut Bead
Pendant Copper Wire Woven Peachblow Sugilite Donut Bead
Pendant Copper Wire Woven Peachblow Sugilite Donut Bead

Pendant Copper Wire Woven Peachblow Sugilite Donut Bead

Regular price
$26.00
Sale price
$26.00
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This pendant definitely makes it's own statement!

Lightly oxidized and polished.

Full disclosure: I am certain this stone is dyed but don't doubt that it comes to full stunning glory in natural light. 

 

Included With Your Purchase

  • 22 inch black organza cord.
  • Display Card
  • resealable bag with anti-tarnish strip
  • Care instructions

 

Neck cords with clasps or are available at reduced cost when you purchase a pendant. Message us for custom options. 

 

Caring for unsealed copper

  • This piece will oxidize naturally.  Regular wear will keep the high points shiny, enhancing the texture of the weaves and designs.
  • The natural oxidation process can be slowed by storing your wearable art in an enclosed environment such as a jewelry box or with the anti-tarnish strip in the zip bag included with your purchase.
  • You may restore the shine by rubbing gently with a lint-free cloth or using a mild metal polish.
  • We do not recommend using an ultrasonic cleaner with this piece. It could damage the stone and oxidation.
  • Life can get in the crevices. Your wearable art may be cleaned by gently scrubbing with a toothbrush and dish soap (such as dawn or ivory.) Lay it out on a towel to dry.  You may use a hairdryer to ensure no lingering moisture.  Use caution as the copper can become hot. 
  • Avoid exposing it to acidic environments including water, detergents, lotions, hairspray and deodorants. 

Sometimes We Don't Want To Go Green...

  • I wear my copper jewelry next to the skin without any skin reaction (and I am sensitive to oh so many things.) 
  • Should you experience any greenish tinge, following the above care instructions will usually remedy the occurrence.
  • There are some white papers out in cyber-land that correlate deficiencies in vitamin D and/or B-12 with an  oxidation response on skin, i.e. the greenish tinge. It's worth checking out if you experience the phenomenon.