Photo: Alyssa Greenberg

Photo: Alyssa Greenberg


To preserve the high quality of your piece with leather, please avoid contact with water, perfume, soap, and chemicals. Slight imperfections may ocassionally appear, enhancing the beauty and uniqueness of your piece. A silver polishing cloth is a great tool to bring the lustre back to your metal. For pieces without leather, lather with a mixture of baking soda, liquid soap, and water and brush vigorously with a soft bristle brush. Do not use silver polish or cleaner--it will remove the patina. To help prevent tarnish, store jewelry in a plastic baggie... the more you wear your piece, the less it will tarnish.

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Lauren Blais is a Boston based designer and maker recently named "Best of Boston." Her hand-crafted collections inspired by Victorian Era ornamentation include dark, deft, and delicate constructions of sterling silver etched with antique wallpaper patterns and accented with the highest quality natural gemstones, raw minerals, fur, exotic leathers, and 18kt gold. Lauren's jewelry is predominately crafted using traditional metalsmithing techniques such as lost wax casting, piercing, forming, fabricating, and enameling. She earned her BFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design with a concentration in small metals. Her studio is now located in Somerville, MA.