It got me thinking about how my designs are meant to be worn with other precious pieces in your own collection, exactly the way Samantha wore them. But then that led me to another thought- what if they began to develop a bit of patina over time?
When the designs are textured and have an antique feel, that sort of patina is perfectly fine, desired even. But when an item starts out with a high shine, like many of the new Prismera pieces, you’ll want them to keep that bright polish.
I’ve always used a large Sunshine polishing cloth when dealing with castings, prototypes, and samples. Now that my newer pieces have a polished finish, it seems like it’s time to make sure you all have the option of having one of them on hand, when the finish on your pieces start to look a little less than perfect.
(The Sunshine cloth is now available for purchase in every jewelry listing. And if you just want to pick up a cloth without buying jewelry, not a problem! They’ll ship for free.)