The back slab is gold coloured with a proud area for the monochrome mokume gane.
Set on an 18” buna cord necklace with a gold lobster clasp and a 2” gold extension chain.
Matching Stud earrings available.
Sales price £25.00
Care of Earrings
The metal component can become tarnished over time, especially if not worn for some time. If tarnishing occurs use a soft cleaning cloth and gently wipe the ear wire in the cloth. Avoid pulling the wire as this will distort its shape.
If the polymer element becomes dirty with make up, use a warm soapy cloth over the surface, it the surface does not come clean. Try swabbing with surgical spirit alcohol.
Care of your jewellery
Should you need to clean it however, you can simply brush dust away with a soft brush (like a small paint brush). . Large, smooth areas can be gently wiped with a damp cloth. If make up acclimates use warm soapy water to wipe the surface (should make up prove to be stubborn), use a little facial cleaner to lift the make up away, remembering to rinse and dry thoroughly and carefully. The metal components may tarnish over time especially if not warn for long periods, use a silver cleaning cloth to clean the metal and bring back it's gleam.With proper care your new piece of jewellery will last a very long time.
Polymer is not brittle and for the most part it is actually quite durable, however items with thin details could be broken if you aren’t careful. You should store your jewellery in a place where it will not accumulate dust, and out of direct sunlight. Please avoid knocking them against any hard surfaces, and be especially careful of any small parts sticking out – if caught on clothing and jerked the wrong way with enough force could make the item break. Do not keep the jewellery items in a pocket or at the bottom of your handbag with coins, keys and other sharpish things that can do damage the surface. With proper care your new piece of jewellery should last a very long time.