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Permanent Jewelry


Here's how it works:

Permanent jewelry is created by using a process called “welding”. This welding technique uses high heat, special machinery, and tools to join metal pieces together. Instead of having a clasp that is hard to take on and off, the welded joint forms an unbreakable bond that will last for years. And the whole process takes seconds and with zero pain. The result is an item of jewelry that can be worn day in and day out, without ever needing to take off!


Need some pics of real permanent jewelry? Here ya go!

When it comes to permanent jewelry, you have a lot of options. You can choose from various chain styles and charms. With permanent jewelry, your piece will last indefinitely without ever needing to be replaced! Plus, there is no worry about losing the item or having it stolen. Permanent jewelry is also becoming increasingly popular because it can be 100% customized with initials, unique stones, charm choices that reflect your personal style and a variety of 14k solid gold, sterling silver and gold filled metals. Permanent jewelry is a great choice if you are looking for something special and timeless! Whether you’re looking for a classic piece or something more contemporary, there’s sure to be a style of permanent jewelry that's perfect for you. So go ahead and explore the possibilities!

Permanent jewelry is all about keeping your jewelry on full time and never taking it off.

Amy offers pop-up event times and the option to come to her studio for a personal experience. This allows her clients to experience the full customization process and select a design that suits them! She has years of experience in welding jewelry and providing quality for individuals who are looking for something special.


If you have any questions or would like to discuss further, please reach out in the comments below.



Before you go, check out this little video of some customers getting their permanent jewelry...



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