Processing time

Item sold from shop will be shipped within 1 -2 working days.

For products made to order. The time I need to prepare an order for shipping varies. But should be shipped with in 2 weeks of order being received.

For large Wholesale orders  3 weeks should be allowed for these orders.

Returns & exchanges

I gladly accept returns within 28 days of you receiving the product.

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.  After i have  received the product  I will re-burst you purchase price.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized order.

  • Items on sale


As all my pieces are handmade by me in my studio on the farm. No one item is the same there may be slight imperfections but these make each piece unique and one of a a kind. I pride myself on making each item the best i can and would be happy to wear myself ..


Care instructions

Regarding Copper Jewellery.

The raw copper will darken with time as per its coppery nature. This will add a rustic and natural feel to your piece. However, if you wish to keep the copper light and shiny, simply polish the copper with a mixture of white vinegar and salt using a clean cloth. Or place the bangle in a bowl of the mixture for a minute or so - it will brighten up almost immediately. Then rinse and wipe dry.

Besides being one of the most attractive metals; Copper is also an essential micro-nutrient that is said to have numerous health, wellness and beauty benefits, including improved appearance of skin, treatment of wounds and skin conditions, easing inflamed joints from arthritis and also aiding in maintaining metabolic processes, among countless other health benefits.

Copper can turn skin green. This is mostly caused by the copper reacting to the salty sweat on your skin. It is not harmful to your health and can be washed off or will fade eventually.
I wear my bangle permanently and only every so often find a slight greenish spot on my wrist when I've been sweating. No big deal.

If you wear these bangles purely for adornment, you can always coat the inside of the bangle with clear nail varnish, to create a barrier and avoid the green.



A cuff bangle is a rigid piece of jewellery, and is not made to be repeatedly opened and squeezed to wear. This will shorten its life considerably. Copper is a soft metal that although malleable, also becomes brittle when bent repeatedly in the same place. So when you do remove the bangle, be gentle, opening it only just enough to remove it from your wrist, being careful not to bend it out of shape.
The easiest technique for putting on a cuff bangle involves finding the "sweet spot" on your own arm. This spot lies just above the jutting wrist bone, where the softer flesh of the lower arm begins. It is generally much narrower here, top-to-bottom, than the wrist, even if it seems wider, because the flesh here is softer, more resilient, not just skin over bone and cartilage as in the joint itself. A cuff should be opened just enough to be pushed over this spot, from the inside of the wrist, the cuff opening pointing away from the wearer, until the cuff rests against the inside of the arm. It should then be rolled over the arm's outer bone.