Tasha black satin
Bracelet made of black satin & brass cubes in different sizes. The small cubes move when the wrist is moved. The clasp of the bracelet is also made of brass.
Dimensions: adjustable in size
Material: Black satin / brass
In general, the following materials are used in my collections:
· SILVER 925 / recycling Silver
· GOLD 333 & 585 / recycling gold / gold-plated ear hooks & hoop earrings The 585 gold alloy corresponds to 14 carat gold(short 14k Gold)
· BRASS / High-quality brass made from pure zinc/copper alloy / Nickel-free
The pieces of jewelery are worked out on working days directly after the order has been received. However, please note that this may take 1-3 days.
Brass and 925 silver are subject to the oxidation process. The so-called 'patina'/discolouration that can occur can be easily removed from brass with a little lemon juice or toothpaste. Lemon juice or baking soda are also good for silver cleaning.
For more information, see the Jewelery Care section. target="_blank" title="Schmuckpflege">Schmuckpflege.
Please note that earrings, ear studs, hoop earrings, practically everything that can be carried out through an ear hole/skin hole, cannot be exchanged for hygienic reasons.
Thank you for your understanding, you can find more information on this under the Returns section Rückgabe
Frequently Asked Questions
Allergic reactions are extremely rare with 925 recycled silver and recycled gold. After all, gold is also a material that is used in dentistry and is in constant contact with the human mucous membrane. Accordingly, if the allergic rate is too high in the medical field, it should not be used at all.
My brass jewelery is cadmium, nickel and lead-free. However, in order to rule out any potential intolerance, I mainly use 24 carat gold-plated eco silver ear hooks or 24 carat gold-plated brass creoles for most of my jewelry. This means that an allergic reaction can also be ruled out here.
Please always keep your jewelery dry and do not wear it in the shower or while swimming. The chemicals in pools or salt from the oceans can cause jewelry to tarnish and develop some patina unless you don't mind and love that patina.
Even gemstones lose their clear luster easily , if you are frequently exposed to water, so removing gemstone rings when showering and bathing is recommended.
More on this on my Jewelry Care