"Fae Winds" Original Art
- Free U.S. shipping
- Ethically sourced materials
- Biodegradable packaging
- 10% profits donated to animals in need
"Will o' the Wisp"
It is given several origins and is often considered a death omen. Sometimes it is thought to be a tricksy boggart, sometimes it is ghostly in origin, a soul who for some sin could not rest. For instance, Will the Smith was debarred from both Heaven and Hell. The most the Devil would do for him was to give him a piece of burning pit coal to warm himself, which he flickers over boggy ground to lure poor wanderers to their death.
- Katharine Briggs, An Encyclopedia of Faeries
- Original artwork of "Fae Winds"
- Watercolor and gouache
- Framed and matted
- 22 x 19" (including frame).
We ship only to the US. Note that there are restrictions on some products.
All shipping within the United States is free, including return shipping for qualifying returns.
If you need your order by a specific date, please Contact Us or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number and the date you need your package by. Please note that we will only be able to accommodate your request if it's in a reasonable time frame for the shipping option you chose. Asking for a 1 week delivery after using the free shipping option will not be available - we will request that you upgrade your shipping or wait the normal time period for the shipping method you chose.
Once the package has been shipped, Silver Lily Studio has no control over how fast it gets to you. We cannot offer a refund in the event of a delayed package. Refunds will only be made for packages officially marked as lost by USPS.
Customers are allowed 1 free resize per ring within 30 days of proof of delivery. After the first free resize, a labor charge will be billed to the customer. Return shipping costs are covered by the customer.
You can return items within 30 days of delivery for a full refund, with free return shipping. All you have to do is email email@example.com and explain why you want to return your item, then we'll send you the paid shipping label to print.
You should expect to receive your refund within four weeks of giving your package to the return shipper, however, in many cases you will receive a refund more quickly. This time period includes the transit time for us to receive your return from the shipper (5 to 10 business days), the time it takes us to process your return once we receive it (3 to 5 business days), and the time it takes your bank to process our refund request (5 to 10 business days).
If you need to return an item, please Contact Us or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number and details about why you'd like to return your product. We will respond quickly with your free return shipping label.
Fine Jewelry Lifetime Warranty
"Fine jewelry", for purposes of this company's warranty, is defined as any jewelry that is made from pure silver, sterling silver, or gold. If at any point your piece becomes damaged, repairs will be made for free. If the piece is damaged beyond repair due to no fault of the artist, a replacement can be made and sent for 60% of the original price. Buyers are responsible for paying shipping of their broken item to the artist.
Fashion Jewelry Two Year Limited Warranty
"Fashion jewelry", for the purposes of this company's warranty, is defined as any jewelry that does not fall under the "fine jewelry" umbrella. If at any point within your first two years of purchase your piece becomes damaged or needs its size adjusted, repairs will be made for free. If the piece is damaged beyond repair due to no fault of the artist within those first two years, a replacement can be made and sent for 60% of the original price. Buyers are responsible for paying shipping of their broken item to the artist.
Silver Lily Studio's owner and artist, Allie Fritsch, has been a volunteer at their Ledgewood, NJ location since 2018. St. Hubert’s is so much more than a local animal shelter. We've seen first hand some of the amazing things they do with the animal community.
St. Hubert's has recently been named one of New Jersey’s top 10 charities. In 2019 they expanded their facility to include a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) for kittens. They also work with shelters in other parts of the USA to help relieve overcrowding by transporting animals with their Sister Shelter Waystation Program.
When you shop at Silver Lily Studio, you don't just buy; you also give back!
“Ethical jewelry” refers to jewelry that has been made with socially and environmentally conscious methods. Ethical materials used to make the jewelry are able to be traced back to their original source. For gemstones, this means making sure the mine and cutting facility practices safe and healthy work environments, and that the workers are paid a fair wage.
For metals, ethical practices also include using recycled metals. Recycled metals are no less pure than mined metals. Recycled metals are made from scraps, scrapings, filings, and sometimes electronics, that are processed and then refined back into pure precious metals.
On top of that, the actual creation of the jewelry pieces also needs to be made with ethical practices, and all companies involved from mine to market must guarantee no human rights abuses, no child labor, and no war profits.
So, how does Silver Lily Studio ensure the jewelry it sells is ethical? For one, all the materials we use are bought from suppliers who are committed to sustainable environmental and socially conscious practices. Most of our metals and stones come from Rio Grande, who is one of the world’s biggest suppliers to the jewelry industry. Their gemstones are able to be traced from mine to market. They also use a vast amount of recycled metals for their findings and fabrication metals. The few other suppliers we use are researched thoroughly before purchases are made, to make sure their materials are up to our ethical standard.
In addition to buying from reputable suppliers, all pieces are hand made in the studio by one artist. No factories are manufacturing our pieces, which means you don’t have to worry about inadvertently supporting a manufacturer that abuses its employees.
And there you have it! I hope you enjoyed this bit of information, and that it helps you make informed decisions on your future jewelry purchases!