Permanent Jewelry FAQ's
WHAT IS PERMANENT JEWELRY?
Permanent Jewelry is a custom fit chain that is cut and welded back together directly on to you. This means it is custom fitted to your wrist, neck, or ankle with no clasp, and requires no maintenance. Permanent jewelry essentially means it is clasp-less. The ends of the chain are micro-soldered together.
Though we like to think of these pieces as permanent, they can simply be taken off with a pair of scissors if you wish to remove it.
WHAT IF I DON'T WANT IT PERMANENTLY WELDED?
I get it! Which is why I offer clasps for a small fee if that's the route you want to do! We will still custom fit to your wrist & add on any charms or connectors of your choosing!
CAN I WATCH THE WELDING?
Of course! I supply welding glasses for you to watch without any damage to your eyes. You may then only watch if your the one wearing the provided glasses. Any others in the room will need to not directly look at the time of weld. Watching through your phones camera will allow you to watch the process.
WHAT IF I NEED TO REMOVE MY BRACELET FOR A MEDICAL REASON?
If for any reason you need to remove the bracelet, you can remove it with some sharp scissors or cutting pliers! Be sure to cut it at the jump ring so we can re-weld it in the future!
CAN I STILL GET THROUGH AIRPORT SECURITY?
Yes! TSA does not ask you to remove fine jewelry when going through security.
CAN I BRING MY OWN CHAIN?
At this time, no. I can't guarantee the intergrity of the metal and quality of the piece.
IS THERE ANYONE WHO SHOULDN'T UNDERGO THE PERMANENT JEWELRY PROCESS?
If you have a pacemaker, you should consult your doctor before getting a permanent jewelry piece.
If you have a MRI scheduled you should wait to have your piece applied.
WHAT DO I DO IF I NOTICE ANY SKIN IRRITATION?
If you are noticing any skin discoloration, this can be the cause of a pH imbalance or acidity in your skin. A little rubbing alcohol will clean it off. The underlying layer in gold-filled jewelry is brass. If irritation continues, we recommend solid gold as those pieces are hypoallergenic.
It is important to note that everyone is different. We can react differently to certain metals based on things we eat and drink, products we use, and places we may submerge our jewelry. Many people are allergic to white gold because of the nickel content. All of these things need to be taken into consideration prior to making the decision to get a permanent piece.