Africa Necklace Pearl
Africa Map Pendant with a genuine Pearl.
Africa Necklace Pearl handmade in sterling silver.
Our Africa Necklace Pearl is beautiful and romantic and perfect to accompany your memories every day.
✿ Let your heart bring you to places you most love with our map jewels✿
✿ JEWEL ✿
MAP SIZE: 2×1.5 cm ( 0.8×0.6 inches). 0.8 mm Thick
FINISH: Grated Shiny (As the picture).
CHAIN: Ball chain 18″.
✿ MATERIALS ✿
Argentium Silver 935 (more fine silver than 925 sterling silver) is antiallergic and prevent tarnish.
✿ PACKAGING ✿
Your jewel will be packed in a kraft gift box, with an extra FREE gift and care instructions. ¡Ready to gift!!
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3-5 days (please, contact me if you need before).
Your jewel will be shipped with Paq. Light International (5-10 days) or if you choose express shipping by DHL express (1-2 days).
To Spain the shipping will be by Correos Express (24h).
You can returns your jewel in the 14 days from you received your jewel.
The personalized jewels can’t be returned.
HOW TO KEEPING YOUR MAP JEWELRY CLEAN & SHINY
Both sterling silver and Golden jewels will tarnish over time. The extensive exposure to air, high humidity, sweat, skin/hair products and rubber all hasten the oxidation process.
Here are a few quick tips to help you:
- TO KEEP ITEMS SHINY
Keep enclosed in the silk paper when not used. Avoid using any rubber products when displaying. Clean jewel with polishing cloth after wearing.
- CLEANING YOUR JEWEL
Use a polishing cloth as your cleaning tool. Use sterling silver liquid as seldom as possible. Both polishing and liquid cleaners can be found at most major departaments stores.
Argentium silver is low mantenance.
Simply wipe with a soft cloth or, for more intricate pieces, wash in warm soapy water, then rinse and dy immediately to avoid water marks. Please, don’t use “dip” polishes with argentium silver.
As recommended for other precious metals, it is admisable to remove Argentium Silver jewellery before entering swimming pools, jacuzzis and before carrying out activities where metal could come into contact with chemicals.