A steeply discounted (over 50% off retail) wild card bundle of jewelry! If you're up for the adventure of not seeing the exact pieces you get and love a good deal, this is for you.
There are four price points for boxes: $30, $60, $90, $120. You won’t see what you’re getting in advance so you have to be a bit flexible, though you are welcome to add your requests in the notes section at check out.
—$30 box: two pairs of earrings (studs and/or drops)
—$60 box (two options): Option A—two pairs of studs/drops + a pair of statement earrings or a necklace OR Option B—two necklaces
—$90 box: one pair of studs/drops + a necklace or a pair of statement earrings + two one-of-a-kind sample pieces, for a total of 4 pieces
—$120 box: 5 one-of-kind-pieces made up of some combination of studs, drops, statement earrings and necklaces.
Feel free to tell us what you already own and send requests (ex: Pinstripe please! I love drop style earrings. The more minimal the better.) but we can’t make any promises or guarantees about what you’ll get. We do promise to try our best to accommodate all requests!
A little back story about the mystery box idea. As I design new styles, I overproduce before settling on the pieces I put into final production, which means I end up with lots of tests and samples. And, as I add new things, I need to retire past styles. Which is all to say, I have well over 400 pieces of porcelain jewelry that I would normally bring to in-person markets. It would be a tremendous amount of work to list each piece individually on my site, so for the sake of fun and efficiency, we’re going to bundle them into mystery boxes and give them to you for a screamin' good deal!
Jewelry care information:
Porcelain jewelry is fragile, and takes a bit of simple, special care. Store pieces away from other jewelry that could scratch them, especially items with gold luster. When traveling, keep jewelry in a box to prevent pressure and breakage. Be careful when removing pieces over hard surfaces like tile and concrete. Unglazed surfaces can become slightly dirty over time from handling--simple use a mild soap and scrub gently with a toothbrush.