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Chayle Jewelry Studio: Eucalyptus Porcelain Earrings Black Wash Yellow Gold-Fill

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Description

Chayle Cook, owner and designer behind Chayle Jewellery Studio, creates minimalist jewellery with the body in mind. She uses hammering techniques to create jewellery that works organically with the body, its contours and its negative spaces. The final product is something elegant that is both traditional and contemporary. The “Eucalyptus” Collection is light and feminine, creating a sense of uplift with its minimalist design.

Care & Use:

Jewellery Bath: The sparkle of jewellery appears dull when there are oils like hand cream and sunscreen on its surface. However, this is easily removed. Prepare a small bowl of warm soapy water. Allow your jewellery to soak for a 1/2 hour or overnight. Lightly brush the jewellery with a soft clean tooth brush, this will help remove any remaining oils. Rinse well under running hot water, this will help to wash away the last bits of soap and oils. Dry off with a towel and you will see a significant difference it the sparkle of your jewellery again!

Note: All patinas on CHAYLE jewellery should avoid soap, water, and chemicals to maintain their dramatic colours. See patina information here: Turquoise Patina Copper, Red Patina Copper, and Black Patina Silver.

Polishing Cloth: The surface of jewellery can get small scratches over time. After cleaning you may find that the surface still seems dull because of these micro scratches. Polishing cloths are a great “do-it-yourself” option! Take a piece of flannel cotton fabric, folded a few layers thick, and place it on the table. Hold your jewellery down onto the flannel and quickly rub the jewellery back and forth into the flannel. The flannel will rub away small imperfections and light tarnishing without adding new scratches. Other fabrics are too rough.

* Polishing cloths are also sold at jewellery stores that have polishing compounds on them which quickens the effect of this process.

Anti-Tarnish Storage: Once your jewellery is looking clean again, it is a good idea to store it where it won’t tarnish again while you are not wearing it. Especially for silver jewellery, store in a re-sealable baggie. Silver tarnishes with chemicals in the atmosphere like sulphur and can also be affected by the bleached lining of jewellery boxes, so sealable baggies are a great trick to help reduce tarnishing.

Material: 14k yellow gold fill and porcelain

Measurement (in.): L2.25 x W1

Weight(oz.): 0.2

SKU: 93547

$95.00

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About The Artist

Chayle Jewellery

Chayle Cook is the owner and designer behind Chayle Jewellery Studio. She is a Canadian artist based in Ottawa, Ontario with a BFA from NSCAD University specializing in jewellery, printmaking, and book arts. Her work as an artist goldsmith combines her passion for traditonal metalsmithing and minimalist design. The resulting pieces are graceful but bold, and emphasize the contours and negative spaces within the body. Comfort and wearability is always at the forefront of thought. All materials are ethically mined and sustainably sourced. Gold and silver is sourced from a refinery which works towards sustainable practices by producing metal from 100% recycled sources. Clients can be assured that their jewellery is ethical and environmentally conscious.

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