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Care and Cleaning Glass, Enamel and Metal:
Glass and Metals may be hand washed with warm water, a soft sponge and mild soap. Dry the piece thoroughly with a clean, soft micro fabric cloth.  Do not soak or let stand in water or leave unwashed over night. Avoid the use of all acidic agents, foods, lemon soaps or harsh detergents. Do not use steel wool, abrasive pads or any cloth that may have abrasive surfaces. With all metal never place in a microwave oven.

Glass:
All glass is hand blown, hand carved, hand cast or sandblasted. Due to this process no two items will be exactly alike. Minor scratches, small air bubbles, surface waviness and lightly pitted areas occur naturally during glass manufacture and are not considered quality defects.

Metal:
Nickel, Aluminum, Iron and Brass are natural materials, oxidation may occur over time. Each object is unique and hand crafted by grinding, sanding, buffing and polishing. Any irregularities are due to the hand crafted process slight variations will occur. Minor pitting and scratching are normal characteristics.

Lacquer and Wood Cleaning:
Dust lightly with a soft micro fabric cloth moving with the grain of the wood.  To remove minor stains or caked on dirt, wipe with a soft micro fabric cloth.  Oily stains can be removed using a damp micro fabric cloth with a mixture of warm water and mild soap.  Dry the piece thoroughly with a clean, soft micro fabric cloth. To avoid scratching, you should blot, rather than wipe spills. Never use abrasive cleaners. 

Lacquer:
There may be fine hair line scratches in the lacquered objects, these are not defects, and will not affect the durability of the finish.

Woods:
Wood finishes will change in appearance over time. Slight variations with expansion and contraction are normal to wood products. Changes in tone, fit, finish, and texture are normal signs of aging and are not covered by any warranty. All items must be kelp in a climate, humidity controlled environment. Director extreme heat from heating units or ducts can cause damage, warping, splitting, buckling or delaminating of veneers.  

Distressed Finishes:
A technique used to intentionally mark the surface with dents, scratches and discoloration, to give added texture or to age the finish with splatters or stains is called a distressed finish. Each item will be slightly different due to the nature of the hand applied process.

Damage Prevention:   
When serving hot food, always use place mats under the plates and hot pads under the serving containers.  Do not set synthetics, rubber or plastics on the wood or Lacquered finish as they might contain chemicals that will damage the finish.  Do not leave newspapers or magazines on wood or Lacquered finishes as bleeding of the ink will transfer onto the finish and into the wood. As with any finish do not place heated or frozen objects directly on the surface. Never use abrasive cleaners on any finish. Avoid the use of all acidic agents, lemon soaps or harsh detergents. Do not use steel wool, abrasive pads or any cloth that may have abrasive surfaces. With all metal never place in a microwave oven.

Sales Photos:
Finishes may appear different in Sales Photos, Web Site and the actual finished object.

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