About my products

I make my jewelry and miniatures by hand in my studio. I am very concerned that each product should be well-crafted and want my customers to feel that they get a product that is created just for them. Therefore, I do not have large quantities of finished products in stock, which gives you as a customer great opportunities to influence the design and execution of your particular product.


My miniatures are created in liquid and solid polymer clay, which is a collective name for various clay products from brands such as Fimo, Cernit and Sculpey. The finished creations are cured in an oven and then become durable and last for many years. I paint most miniatures after curing and they then become extra durable. Miniatures with very small and delicate details are not suitable for children to play with, but if an accident happens and something breaks, you can either glue the miniature together with a good glue, or contact me for advice and tips. If you order miniatures that are to be given to a child to play with, please let me know by message at checkout and I will try to make them as playful as possible.


I offer my jewelry with metal parts in several different designs. This is because I have seen that the customer often wants to be able to influence the design of their jewelry based on taste, liking and budget. Jewelry with silver-plated parts, for example, is slightly cheaper than sterling silver, but is also durable and beautiful. It is clear when you order jewelry from me what type of metal is meant, but below is also more information about each material choice.

All jewelery I sell is nickel-proof and lead-free and thus complies with current EU directives for jewelery.

• Genuine silver (Sterling silver 925)
In its original and pure state, real silver is too soft to make jewelry in. Therefore, the metal is applied to an alloy (mixture) of another metal, and the material that is then created is called Sterlingsilver 925. The highest silver quality has the jewelry I sell with parts of sterling silver 925, which consists of at least 92.5% silver, usually more. The remaining metal is usually brass or copper.

• Silver plated metal (brass / copper)
Silver jewelry that is not mentioned as sterling silver is silver plated. This means that the surface layer is made of real silver but that the total amount of silver does not reach 92.5%. These jewelry are very affordable and the surface layer is as beautiful as real silver. Over time, however, the underlying metal (often brass or copper) can be worn out and visible.

• Silver-filled
This refers to a thicker plating than above, often on top of brass or copper. If you use the term silver-filled, at least 1/10 of the total weight of the jewelery must be genuine silver. These jewelery are more durable than jewelery in silver-plated metal, but do not contain as much silver as sterling silver.

• Gold-plated sterling silver 925
Gold-plated silver products are made of sterling silver with a gold layer of 18 carat gold on the surface. The gold is applied by electrolysis and can be worn in the event of wear. When worn, the jewelry becomes lighter, because the silver then shines through the gold layer. Gilded silver is stamped with the same stamp as sterling silver, ie with the numbers 925. Note! Gold-plated jewelery should not be polished with silver polish as the gold plating can be damaged and worn away.

• Gold-filled
Gold filled or goldfilled is an term that in Sweden can usually be called "gold doubled". Gold filled is a better variant of gold plating, as the gold stock is durable and also withstands frequent use. Gold-filled is not equivalent to a regular plating where you put a metal (for example silver) on top of another metal but refers to jewelry parts where real gold has become part of the surface of the underlying metal by pressing down the gold under high heat and pressure. in the metal. The gold used in the gold-filled products I sell is 14K and each earring hook is gilded with a layer of 1/20 of the weight of 14k gold. The treatment provides a durable surface that can last a lifetime, provided you take care of your jewelry properly.

Jewelry care - treat your jewelry with love!
All jewelry must be cared for in order to maintain its beauty. Air pollution, moisture, perfume, skin cream, sprays and natural salts that the body secretes affect the jewelry and can cause them to oxidize faster. Feel free to store your jewelry separately packed in tight-fitting plastic bags or soft cloth bags (always included when ordering from me) when you are not using them. The silver color is not worn away from a piece of jewelry in sterling silver 925, but all silver darkens over time.

Always take off your jewelery when you wash your hands, exercise or shower and before you lubricate yourself. Avoid contact with liquids such as perfume, soap, perfume, skin cream, makeup and hair products.

For slight discoloration, you can dry your jewelry with a dry soft cloth, or gently wash with lukewarm water. You can also polish sterling silver with silver plaster.

Do not rub on a plated piece of jewelery as in the worst case you can wear the gold or silver plating and speed up the oxidation.

Good to know about Nickel
Nickel is a very common metal that is mainly used when making stainless steel, but is also found in clothing, tools, coins, watches, batteries and jewelry. It is a very shiny and durable metal that can withstand high temperatures, which means that it has many important uses.

Nickel is the most common cause of contact allergy and eczema, and piercing in the ears or other parts of the body is often cited as the leading cause of nickel allergy, but other objects can also cause allergies. If you have developed a nickel allergy, this allergy is permanent and you then have problems of varying degrees for the rest of your life.

The EU has regulated the use of nickel in goods that are intended to be used for a long time, such as jewelery. The limit value for how much nickel a piece of jewelery is intended to be placed in the ears (or other parts of the body) is 0.2 micrograms of nickel per square centimeter and week. For necklaces, bracelets and other jewelery that do not require piercing, the limit value is 0.5 micrograms of nickel per square centimeter and week.

All jewelery I sell is nickel-proof and lead-free and thus complies with current EU directives for jewelery.