We are direct importers of jewelry in stainless steel, rolled gold, 925 silver and gold of American quality, we are wholesale and retail distributors of fine jewelry.
We specialize in stainless steel jewelry with crystals, rolled gold, 925 silver and gold, hand painted, laser cut applications and high polished jewelry.
Start your business with a purchase of ¢ 100,000 that equates to about $ 200. We ship to the entire National Territory and we also do international shipments by DHL courier or by normal mail. Any questions about prices, shipping rates or inventory available at WhatsApp + 506- 8705-6878. We accept all types of payment.
The products we sell are constantly updated, each month we offer about 800 new styles, so some of our items sell out quickly.
The Jewelry Guarantee is only against manufacturing defects and does not cover misuse of the item.
Some indications for its correct use
Wash your hands before putting on or taking off your jewelry. Put on your earrings after you've put on perfume. Put on your jewelry after you've applied your cream or put on makeup. Take off your rings or bracelets before cooking. Of course you should also remove your jewelry before changing the baby's diaper.
Avoid rubbing bracelets and necklaces against each other. Try to prevent plated rings from hitting furniture and rubbing against car keys buried in pockets and purses.
Definitely not swimming with your jewelry on. Do not wear your jewelry in extremely hot environments as excessive sweat can damage it Clean your jewelry gently, and do not rub it excessively.
Store your jewelry in a bag or a soft cloth separate from other jewelry. Seriously, water can damage your jewelry. Chlorine and other chemicals added to swimming pools and hot tubs can also have adverse effects. Salty ocean water can affect electroplating as well. An accelerator of the deterioration of jewelry is undoubtedly salt water. So remove your jewelry before swimming in chlorine-laden water, be it a pool or a hot tub.
Perspiration and personal PH level: Last but not least, your own body chemistry can be harsh on our jewelry. Like fruits, some people are more acidic than others. Depending on one's diet, it is not uncommon for the chemicals we consume to be perspired through the pores of the skin to cause our jewelry to tarnish or discolor.
Some people sweat more than others. Some people work six hours a day in full sunlight every day. Some people work 8 hours in an office in front of a computer. If you identify with the first example, it may be wise not to wear jewelry on very hot days.