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This is a selection of comments from 2013. We are proud of our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee and we encourage you to contact us with any questions you have. We want to thank our customers for the great feedback, please keep it coming and we will post your testimonials.
Seven years ago when Angela and I wed, "I am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine" was part of our ceremony and appeared on our wedding invitations. Thus, it was wonderful to find a ring on your website with the phrase engraved across the band. I ordered it to give to my wife for our anniversary and it arrived today. Angela is extremely happy with the ring, as am I. The ring is actually much more attractive than the image on your website suggests.
Bill and Angela H
Overland Park, Kansas USA
2/14/13 3:14 AM
2/6/13 12:40 AM
Even with stringent care, most brass jewelry will eventually show signs of tarnish over time. Even if you keep it dry, it can still absorb moisture from air and from your sweat. However, you can restore its original look by using a polish cloth or steel wool, which is available at any hardware store.
2/6/13 12:37 AM
When the jewelry is not in use, be sure to keep them in an anti-tarnish cloth or bag. This is a napped cloth flannel that absorbs chemicals and gasses in the air that can cause silver tarnishing. Do not wash or get the cloth wet as this will cause it to lose its effectiveness.
2/1/13 11:45 AM
"Dear Ariel, I recently received the Black Silk Kabbalah Charm Bracelet and it is absolutely beautiful!! I cannot tell you how lovely I think it is and I really cherish it. Please thank the designer Mizze for such unique and exquisite work - it was more beautiful than I expected.
I also thought the packaging was very lovely, I truly enjoyed receiving it and will definitely order more wonderful items from your site. Thank you!! Best, Cheryl"
Cheryl F. - NY, USA
1/15/13 2:42 AM
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1/15/13 2:36 AM
Murano was settled by the Romans, then from the sixth century by people from Altino and Oderzo. First the island prospered as a fishing port, and a center for trade, from the 11th century, it began to decline as islanders moved to Dorsoduro, in 1291 all the glassmakers in Venice were forced to move to Murano due to the risk of fires. In the following century, exports began, and the island became famous, first for glass beads and mirrors, "aventurine glass" was invented on the island, and for a while murano was the main producer of glass in Europe.