At the moment all "add to cart" buttons have been removed. You actually cannot order anything. I have not been making or selling jewelry lately and simply have items here to display my past work.
I am no longer making jewelry, this includes custom items. However when the shop was open I did take many custom request and a few images of custom items are posted on the custom requests page. I may post a gallery page in the future which will have more of this type of work.
I could when the site was open. However I am not making any jewelry at the moment, so the short answer is no.
The easiest way to clean sterling silver is to by a pre-made cleaner available at any local jewelry store, or even Wal-Mart. I recommend Connoisseurs brand silver cleaner (The gray or "silver" container). This cleaner however will take off any antiquing that may have either occurred over time or may have been intentionally added to your piece.
The best way to find your ring size is to have a jeweler measure your finger. If this is not an option you could also try measuring your finger around the knuckle, but I would leave that for a last resort option as it will be the least accurate.
If you don't use the US ring size system but you already know your ring size in UK sizes for example you can use this chart on Wikipedia to find the US equivalent.
I do work with gold or other metals on occasion, but my media of choice is sterling silver. If you do want something in a different metal, please be aware that it will be a custom order and I will have to order the materials to make that item. Gold is also significantly more expensive than silver, so it will require a deposit up front.
Not often. I have done one or two small outdoor events, but not recently. If I do have an upcoming event, I will post it in the news section.
No, I used to have some work in the Roanoke mall. However the store that was selling my items moved out. Since then I haven't really had any sort of permanent or semi-permanent display.
I took the site offline in 2010. I've not been making or selling jewelry, but retain the site here to display the work I have done in the past.
Right now I don't have any items for sale, but want to post this to say that I do not respond to wholesale requests from my website. Over half of them are just solicitations to "sell through our stores" on some other website. (Yes people do fill out the captcha to send these). Also I feel like my time is worth retail value. I understand the benefits of selling a lot of items at one time, but I keep my prices as low as I can, and lowering them just because you want a lot of them doesn't seem worth my time.
If you have a question that has not been answered here please feel free to contact me.