Milk and Honey Cuff Bracelet

SKU: C230G

$44
18K gold-plated stainless steel adjustable cuff bracelet with freshwater pearl, 6". #C230G.
  

Moe Lay has been trapped in slavery all her life. At the age of 15, her virginity was sold to a brothel. At 19, she married a gambling addict who forced her to work in street prostitution. Then, in order to pay for medical treatment, Moe Lay needed to take out a loan and for 2 years, she was in bondage having to starve herself and her children in order to pay it back. 

That was until she had the boldness and courage to tell him that she had already paid more than what she owed. It was as if the waters that had held her back suddenly parted and she could finally step into the ‘Promises of Hope’.

Our Exodus moment is closer than we believe, as we leave the slavery of our past, we are welcomed into a land of promise flowing with 'Milk and Honey'.


Read Moe Lay's Full Story

Properly caring for your Eden Jewelry will ensure a longer wear life. Follow these simple guidelines, and you can enjoy your jewelry for years to come. Avoid wet environments. Do not wear into the shower or store in humid places. Apply lotions, makeup, hairspray, and perfume before putting on your jewelry. Avoid contact with household cleaning products.


CARING FOR STERLING SILVER JEWELRY

Sterling silver jewellery is marked with a 925 stamp. Polish sterling silver pieces with a jewelry polishing cloth. If more attention is needed, immerse in a solution of warm water and mild dishwashing liquid and gently hand wash. A soft toothbrush can also be used for more abrasive cleaning when needed. Thoroughly rinse and completely dry the silver before storing, as moisture contributes to tarnishing. Never clean your jewelry in bleach. If the jewelry contains gemstones or pearls, do not submerge the entire piece into the water. Instead, use a cotton swab with mild dishwashing liquid to wash only the silver.


Note: These instructions are not for silver plated items.
Please see the next section for plated items.


CARING FOR GOLD PLATED STAINLESS STEEL JEWELRY OR SILVER PLATED JEWELRY

To clean your gold plated jewelry at home, use a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner that is safe for plated parts or a mild soap and water. Use a soft cloth to clean the item carefully. After cleaning, rinse with lukewarm water and allow it to dry completely.
Buffing your plated jewelry with a soft cloth is an effective and inexpensive way to keep your pieces lustrous.


Note: Do not use a jewelry polishing cloth, as this can damage the finish.


CARING FOR BRASS JEWELRY

To return brass to its original shine, make a paste of baking soda, water, and lemon juice and gently rub it onto the piece with a soft cloth. Wash the mixture off using running water, then dry and buff with a clean cloth.


CARING FOR STAINLESS STEEL JEWELRY

To clean stainless steel jewelry, pour warm water into a small bowl, and add mild dish washing soap. Dip a soft, lint-free cloth into the soapy water, and gently wipe the stainless steel jewelry with the damp cloth until the piece is clean. When cleaning it, rub the item along its polish lines. Wipe remaining soap off jewelry using a moist cloth dipped in clean water. Dry jewelry well with a clean towel, and then leave to air dry. After it is clean, a jewelry polishing cloth can be used to shine it.


CARING FOR BRAIDED OR BEADED JEWELRY

To clean beaded or braided jewelry, use a soft brush to apply a solution of warm water and mild soap.   If you are cleaning your jewelry in or near the sink, be sure to place a rubber mat or cloth over the drain to avoid losing any small pieces.

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