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(Buyers Can use credit / debit cards in Checkout Without a PayPal Account)

(We do not take credit cards directly over the phone).

If you are sending payment in by mail please email me with your

address & phone number for the correct total.



Please send all payments to:

NW Treasuretrove

6126 Maureen Dr

Ferndale, WA 98248

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Rush orders are often possible. If we have your jewelry on hand we will ship
within 1 to 2 days. If not, 3 to 5 days is the normal shipping time.
International orders are subject to additional shipping time depending on
country and shipping method. Please allow 3-6 weeks for delivery for your order. Most US orders will be delivered in 3-5 bussiness days.

Confirmation and Tracking:

If you want to know when we shipped or to expect your package please contact us via email.

Repairs :

We will gladly repair most items except for casted pieces in Sterling and Bronze (as these will need to be replaced). Just mail it back to us for a repair. You will only
need to pay for shipping one way.

Guarantee & Return Policy:

All of our jewelry is unconditionally guaranteed and may be returned within 30 days for a full refund
for the price of the item, less the cost of shipping. Returned items must be in original condition. Please package the item carefully and insure the shipment for the price of the item, as we cannot be
responsible for items lost or damaged during return shipping.



Copper : Is a metal that occurs naturally throughout the environment, in rocks, soil, water, and air. Copper is an essential element in plants and animals (including humans), which means it is necessary for us to live. Therefore, plants and animals must absorb some copper from eating, drinking, and breathing.

Brass : Alloy having copper (55%–90%) and zinc (10%–45%) as its essential components. The properties of brass vary with the proportion of copper and zinc and with the addition of small amounts of other elements, such as aluminum, lead, tin, or nickel. In general brass can be forged or hammered into various shapes, rolled into thin sheets, drawn into wires, and machined and cast. Its ductility reaches a maximum with about 30% zinc and its tensile strength with 45%—although this property varies greatly with the mechanical and heat treatment of the alloy. Cartridge brass (70% copper, 30% zinc) is used for cartridge cases, plumbing and lighting fixtures, rivets, screws, and springs. Aluminum brass (not exceeding 3% aluminum) has greater resistance to corrosion than ordinary brass. Brass containing tin (not exceeding 2%) is less liable to corrosion in seawater; it is sometimes called naval brass and is used in naval construction. Dutch metal (80%–85% copper, 15%–20% zinc) is used as a substitute for gold leaf. When iron is added to brass it produces hard, tough alloys. One of these is delta metal (55% copper, 41% zinc, 1%–3% iron, and fractional percentages of tin and manganese), which can be forged, rolled, or cast and is used for bearings, valves, and ship propellers.

Bronze : Is a metal alloy consisting primarily of copper, usually with tin as the main additive, but sometimes with other elements such as phosphorus, manganese, aluminum, or silicon. It was particularly significant in antiquity, giving its name to the Bronze Age. "Bronze," in turn, is perhaps ultimately taken from the Persian word "berenj," meaning "brass".

German silver : Name for various alloys of copper, zinc, and nickel, sometimes also containing lead and tin. They were originally named for their silver-white color, but use of the term silver is now prohibited for alloys not containing that metal. German silver varies in composition, the percentage of the three elements ranging approximately as follows: copper, from 50% to 61.6%; zinc, from 19% to 17.2%; nickel, from 30% to 21.1%. The proportions are always specified in commercial alloys. German silver is extensively used because of its hardness, toughness, and resistance to corrosion for articles such as tableware (commonly silver plated), marine fittings, and plumbing fixtures. Because of its high electrical resistance it is used also in heating coils. It was discovered (early 19th cent.) by a
German industrial chemist, E. A. Geitner.

Sterling silver : is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% by mass of silver and 7.5% by mass of other metals, usually copper.

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About Us

We are a small Celtic jewelry company located in western Washington. And manufacture hand-crafted Celtic traditional designs devoted to times gone past.
We always strive in improving technique and quality of our unique products.

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NW Treasuretrove
6126 Maureen Dr
Ferndale, WA 98248