We pride ourselves on getting you your special order as fast as we can. Please allow 5 - 8 business days for your item to be carefully handcrafted and shipped.
Items that require more time before shipping will be noted in the item description.
Giving a gift?
Select the gift note check box on the item page and we can include a handwritten gift note for you.
We typically package pieces together to reduce waste; if you order a gift, we make sure to package pieces individually.
All of our jewelry pieces come in beautiful branded Loveable packaging. No gift wrapping required! Items from our other Makers also arrive beautifully in packaging specifc to the item style and size.
Each character is hand stamped one at a time. Therefore, letters & numbers will not always be perfectly straight or perfectly lined up. This is a handmade technique and gives each piece its own character.
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14k Gold Fill | ease of care : 4/5
A practical balance between cost and quality, our gold-filled pieces have a thick layer of 14k gold, heat and pressure bonded to a high-quality brass core. They contain 100x more gold than regular gold-plating.
Sterling Silver | ease of care : 5/5
Solid, precious metal that lasts forever. It darkens with time, but can be polished up. Oils from your skin help prevent silver tarnish... so wear it often!
14k Rose Gold Fill | ease of care : 3/5
Extremely similar to yellow gold-filled, rose gold has a bit of copper added to the alloy to give it a rosy hue.
14k Solid Gold | ease of care : 5/5
A low maintenance, fine jewelry favorite that will last forever. It’s pure gold mixed with other alloys to make it more durable & give it a beautiful hue.
FAQ about 14k Gold Fill and Soldering
How do you solder 14k gold filled jewelry?
Without getting to geeky in jewelry talk, we solder gold filled jewelry with solid 14k yellow gold solder. Since 14/20 gold fill is a clad metal as shown above it is not solid yellow gold. It’s a delicate process to properly solder gold filled jewelry without exposing the fine brass core. Gold filled jewelry cannot be “cast” like other solid metals like sterling silver or solid gold so in order to make our unique designs they are done by hand and fused or soldered together using fine 14k yellow gold solder among other special jewelers tools.
I see a slight variation or two-tone in color on my gold filled or rose gold filled piece. Is that normal?
Yes that is normal. We use 14k yellow gold solder to solder (fuse together) our gold filled jewelry. Since gold fill is 14/20 (solid gold to jeweler’s brass) it will have a slightly different hue from the 14k yellow gold solder. You might see a slight color variation between those two metals in your piece. That is totally normal and with a quick cleaning or polishing of the metal that variation will be practically unnoticeable. Read our cleaning tips below.
Because our jewelry pieces are truly handmade we are working from scratch to build each design. For example, for our open heart earrings “King Of My Heart” we craft the heart from wire. So we have to solder the heart shape together, then solder the earring post to the back. So this piece has 2 solder joins where the 14k yellow gold could be slightly noticeable or not at all.
The only way to ensure there is no tonal difference with soldered gold filled jewelry is to gold plate the entire piece when it is complete. This is an in-depth and costly process that we choose not to take on so we can continue to offer such affordable prices for high quality pieces.
How do you solder 14k rose gold filled pieces?
14kt rose gold filled can be a tricky metal to solder because of it’s rose/copper hue. There is no such thing as solid rose gold solder so you have to use gold solder instead. By using a lower karat gold (we use 10k yellow gold solder) it has a slight silver hue and more closely matches the color of rose gold rather than the more yellow 14k yellow gold solder. So again if you look closely you can find the 10kt gold solder point on rose gold as a slight silver tone.
All of these details are what make handmade so unique and give more meaning to your special piece 💗
All gemstones are extremely high quality natural stones ethically sourced. Click here to read about the magical meanings behind gemstones.
Jewelry Care Guide
1. Avoid Chemicals › Protect your skin and your jewelry! Wear that SPF, but put it on before you put on your jewelry. Same goes with other skincare products like lotions, makeup or perfumes.
2. Bathe In It › Go ahead and shower with your pieces. Clean water is great for giving jewelry a gentle wash. (Just avoid harsh soaps.)
3. Don't Sweat It › Sweat – or water augmented with chemicals like chlorine – can take a toll on your pieces. Take off your jewelry for pools, hot tubs and heavy exercise sessions.
4. Periodic Deep Clean › We could all use a serious cleaning session every once in a while. Using a gentle soap or baking soda, soak your piece for a few minutes. A toothbrush can gently remove dirt in tight spaces. Dry thoroughly. For extra shine, buff with your polish cloth.
5. Store it Safely › Clean and dry your piece well before storing in an airtight container. Storing pieces in little ziplock baggies or small sealed containers not only reduce oxidation and tarnish, but can reduce those pesky tangles.
Necklace Sizing: Please note every length will fit slightly different on each body type. Many of our necklaces include a 1-2” chain extender to make it adjustable.
[If you’re buying a gift 16 - 18” is the most common length]
How to measure for beaded bracelet: Wrap your wrist snugly with a sewing measuring tape or thin strip of ribbon or paper. Mark the length and then measure the marked length against a measuring tape or ruler. Measure snugly with absolutely no wiggle room. Add .5” to that length and that will be your beaded bracelet size. If your measurement is a little smaller or larger than one of the size options, select the one that is closest to your size.
Beaded bracelets stretch and there will be some wiggle room on every bracelet. If you prefer to have a larger fit to have the bracelet move up and down on your wrist then size up. If you need a custom size not listed select “custom” from the menu and leave a note when checking out.
Ex: For a wrist that measures 6”, your beaded bracelet size is roughly 6.5”
[If you are buying a gift 6.5” is a common women’s bracelet size].
How to measure for a bangle: Wrap your hand snugly with a sewing measuring tape or thin strip of ribbon or paper. Mark the length and then measure the marked length against a measuring tape or ruler. That is your bangle size. If your measurement is a little smaller or larger than one of the options, select the one that is closest to your size.