Her name is Isabella, like my mum and is inspired by a ring she always wore in the 70s. Precious and adjustable, it is in bronze or silver
The jewelry does not contain nickel. The metals of which they are composed - such as silver, copper, bronze and brass - can oxidize as they are not rhodium-plated and, depending on the ph of the skin, cause the appearance of a greenish halo which will disappear after a simple washing. , therefore, it is not an allergic reaction. Avoid using perfumes on enameled parts and pearls as they could be damaged. To bring the adjustable rings to size and prevent them from deforming, use the special cone tool that you will find in any jewelry.
To clean the jewelry, simply use a soft cloth for the shiny surfaces and a steel wool pad for the satin ones. In case of more persistent oxidation, rub with bicarbonate or with cream or liquid products to clean silver and brass. For best results, wash the metal with warm water and dish soap when finished.