BEADED SEMI-PRECIOUS GEMSTONE BRACELETS
Eye of the Sea beaded bracelets are handmade from high quality semi-precious
beads and metal components from Greece. Proper care and maintenance will
preserve the beauty and shine of your jewelry.
Some of our metal components are highly sensitive to chemical elements and
can tarnish or the luster of the beads can lesson over time. You should avoid extreme
temperatures, body oils, perfumes, lotions, and cosmetics. We do not recommend sleeping, showering, swimming in chlorine or salt water, or exercising in our jewelry. If your bracelet gets wet, please dry it off. Exposure to these elements can cause the elastic cord that holds the bracelet together to weaken and may contribute to it stretching and/or breaking in the future.
To ensure the best care, roll the bracelet on or off your wrist, instead of pulling or stretching the elastic cord and beads. Repetitive pulling over time can cause the elastic to stretch and weaken.
SB FOR EYE OF THE SEA 14K necklaces and bracelets can be delicate and should be treated with extra care. The one of a kind, Eye of the Sea shells, evil eye charms and the 14k gold casing and chain are sensitive to chemical elements such as body oils, perfumes, lotions, hairsprays and cosmetics. Their application may cause the metal to tarnish. To ensure the best care for your necklace, you can have it professionally cleaned or periodically clean with lukewarm soapy water and delicately rub the Eye of the Sea shell with a soft cloth. Dry immediately with a clean, soft cloth. Please note as the Eye of the Sea is a natural shell from deep in the sea…the skin (layer) on the back of the shell may peel off over time, especially with periodic cleanings.
925 STERLING SILVER
Sterling silver can be cleaned with non-abrasive silver polishes and papers that are specifically designed to remove tarnish. Please always read the warning label and be extra careful when using cleaners on any jewelry with gemstones and plated components.
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