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American West jewelry sterling silver gemstone polish oxidized southwestern bold beautiful  American West jewelry sterling silver gemstone polish oxidized southwestern bold beautiful

American West Jewelry is designed and handcrafted in New Mexico, where jewelry is as much a part of our heritage as the bold, pioneering women who wear it. Every piece is crafted by hand with recycled precious metals and genuine gemstones that support our mission of protecting our land and culture, and sharing its many beauties with the world. We are proud to be a part of this long legacy of jewelry making and to bring the spirit of adventure to all who wear it.

CARE FOR AMERICAN WEST JEWELRY

Our jewelry is made with the finest quality materials and craftsmanship so that you can wear them with pride for years to come, and pass them down for generations. We recommend you wipe and store jewelry in a plastic bag. Store multiple pieces separately to prevent scratching. Clean your jewelry with a polishing cloth when necessary but never immerse in chlorine, silver dips, chemical solutions or ultrasonic cleaners as these substances can alter the sterling silver’s oxidized finish and cause damage to the gemstones. Never wear jewelry while bathing or swimming.

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