Yellow Bead Mod Brass Earrings
approx. 3.25" long
Very lightweight !
Handmade in Livonia, MI
*Woman Owned Business
*POST Workshop Instructor
Fate & Coincidence started in 2013 as a culmination of seven years of jewelry experimentation with an aim to make accessories that feed the soul. Julie Rudziensky, a color and material designer with a passion for making, serves as the owner/maker behind the line of colorful pieces for the modern bohemian. She works mainly with brass components, gold bits, and glass beads. Her supplies is sourced from around the world. Her jewelry is all designed and assembled in her studio in Livonia, Michigan.
Raw Brass - The most used metal in my designs---- Brass is a beautiful metal that when new or polished has a beautiful bright gold for very reasonably priced jewelry. Raw brass will tarnish or spot over time, but I believe it adds to the character. TO CLEAN RAW BRASS - Use a Brillo pad, steel wool, or scuff pad. These are available in hardware and homeware stores. Most people have one of them under their kitchen sink!
Antiqued Brass - Brass that has been fully patina-ed already. This metal will not change from the state you receive it in.
14k gold plated and white gold plate - The most affordable option that will darken if worn often. If you would like replacement hooks for your earrings just send me an email. I would be happy to send you some free of charge.
Rhodium Plated ( silver ) - A lovely silver finish that holds its color.
Antiqued Silver - Rhodium silver that has been fully patina-ed already. This metal will not change from the state you receive it in.
Sterling Silver - Sterling silver is a beautiful metal that if not worn regularly can oxidize to a dark metal patina. Great almost pure metal ( .925) for those with sensitive ears. Easily cleaned up with silver polish you can buy at any hardware or general store.
Black Powdercoat - These pieces are made with steel or copper bases and have a thick paint like surfaced on them. Very heavy duty and have a beautiful matte look. This metal will not change from the state you receive it in but if it gets dirty, it is easily cleaned up with a wet cloth.