Loops and Swirls Micro Macrame Pendant

$150.00
4 item(s) available

Minimum quantity for "Loops and Swirls Micro Macrame Pendant" is 1.

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Almost Victorian in its feel this dainty, delicate pendant certainly has a vintage look.  A  small pendant measuring about 2.5 inches long by 1.5 inches wide.  It is equally at home at the base of the neck poking out of a collared blouse or on the outside of the crew neck top.  It easily transitions from serious to demur to playful depending on the outfit.

Loops and swirls macrame pendant has a focal cabochon of approximately 26 x 19 mm.  They are securely set in 0.5 mm nylon cord which either compliments or coordinates with the focal.  A fiber bail is large enough to easily accommodate up to a 2 mm diameter cord.  The bail’s open design is accented with 2 mm beads or size 6 seed beads.  The cabochon is framed by a delicate design of open loops and beads captured in swirls of fiber cords.  The overall impression is of a vintage dainty piece. There are a variety of color choices in these pendants.  Each has a braided cord of the same color as as the cord used to frame the cabochon.  The cords are 19 to 20 inches long, however, the length of the cord can be made to whatever length is desired.


 Welcome to my playground of colorful fiber. Fine nylon cord, tied in intricate designs; add cabochons, cameos, beads and crystals. What you get is definitely NOT your 70’s macrame. From tee shirts and jeans to board rooms to wedding accessories you can find it here or have it made.

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Payment

Only credit card payment through PayPal or Stripe is accepted on all e-commerce orders.  Payment is due at the time of purchase for all items.

There are two types of special orders:

       1.  Ordering a piece shown, but in a different color palette or a currently out of stock piece. In this instance full payment is due at time of order.  At the time of order an expected shipping date will be provided and updated as needed.

       2.  A one of a kind custom design piece will require a 50% non-refundable deposit at the time of order.  An expected shipping date will be provided at the time the order is placed and updates will be provided as needed.

The Massachusetts Sales Tax of 6.25% will be collected on all appropriate sales.

No C.O.D. orders are accepted.

 

Shipping

All in stock items will ship within 3 to 5 days of order.

Special orders will be shipped upon completion and receipt  of the balance due (if appropriate).  An approximate ship date will be provided at the time the order is placed and updates will be provided as needed.

Sipping will be done generally via USPS Priority Mail plus insurance unless otherwise requested.  Expedited shipping is available at cost. Tracking numbers will be provided when the item ships.

Returns & Refunds

If you are not satisfied with a piece this is how to proceed:

Contact me within 24 hours of receipt of the piece to identify the problem.

Every reasonable effort will be made to rectify the problem.

If no resolution is possible the item must be returned within 3 days of receipt in new and unworn condition and in the original or similar packaging.

Returned items must be shipped prepaid.  Insuring the package is recommended as we are not responsible for damage incurred in transit.

You are responsible for return shipping.

When the returned item is received in new and unworn condition,, Your account will be credited less the original shipping charge.

Original, one of a kind items utilizing a customer supplied focal cabochon or other materials are not returnable or refundable.  All such transactions are final.

 

Repairs

While these pieces are created with care and attention to detail and quality, there is always the possibility that a component is defective or a cord not completely sealed.

Within the first 14 days of receiving a piece if there is a problem with a component contact us immediately, either by telephone (1-978-291-6751) or email (gerrie@gerriemaffris.com).  If the problem is due to a defective component or seal (to be determined upon inspection) within 14 days of receipt the item will be replaced.  Any problem with a piece after 14days will be dealt with on a case by case basis.


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Here’s Some Info!

1. Is Fiber Jewelry durable?

Yes, under normal circumstances my fiber jewelry is very durable.  I use a bonded nylon cord in creating the framework and cords (filler within the frame may be another type of fiber).  The nylon cord is very strong.  With reasonable care fiber jewelry should provide many years of enjoyment even with daily wear.

2. Is there a need for special care?

It is not recommended that you wear fiber jewelry while bathing or swimming.  While it will not damage the jewelry to get it wet repeated exposure to chemicals could affect the and integrity of the cord.  Additionally, repeated exposure to rough or sharp surfaces could fray or cut the fibers.

3. Will the color fade?

As with any dyed fiber, over time the color may become less intense.  It is recommended that when not wearing a piece of fiber jewelry it is not stored where it will have repeated, prolonged exposure to direct sunlight.

4. How likely is it that a piece of fiber jewelry will fall apart?

It is no more likely that the knotting will come apart than it is with other jewelry.  In some respects my jewelry may be less likely to come apart.  Cords are attached to closed or soldered jump rings or fixed rings on standard jewelry components.  Pieces are generally constructed with as few separate cords as possible to minimize places where the piece could fail.  Also,I use more than one of the standard finishing/securing technique at each end point to absolutely minimize the possibility of a failure of the piece.