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We ship all items to World Wide. All order will be shipped out with in 3 -5 business days. The shipping service is Register Airmail.

  International address usually takes 1-4 weeks for parcel to arrive in most countries. But sometimes it may take longer depends on the postal service of each country.

Australia: 14-30 business days

Canada: 4-6 weeks

France: 14-21 business days

Germany: 14-21 business days

United Kingdom: 14-30 business days

United States: 10-20 business days

North America: 4-6 weeks

Europe: 14-30 business days

Asia Pacific: 7-14 business days


   If the parcel has not arrived there  in time or the order was damage, please contact us, 

We will send the new one or provide your full refund.




  If the parcel has not arrived there within 90 days or the order was damage, please contact us, we will provide your full refund. 

   If you are not happy with your purchase for any reason please contact us and return accepted for product in their original condition shipping cost for returned items are the responsibility of the buyer.



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        White bronze is a metal that serves two common purposes. It is actually not bronze, but an alloy of varying amounts of copper, tin, and zinc. It is commonly used in jewelry as a substitute for nickel, and was used many years ago as a material for grave markers. Though it is no longer used for the second purpose, it was well-suited to that application at the time.


        For jewelry, white bronze is an ideal substitute for nickel and silver because of its appearance and chemical properties. It is nonmagnetic, very smooth, and virtually nonporous. It is also highly resistant to corrosion and breakdown. It also offers one advantage that silver does not, namely, that it will not tarnish.


         There are only certain situations in which white bronze can substitute for silver, however. It is not used to replace silver in jewelry made only of silver. Instead, it is used as a buffer between a base metal and gold plating in gold-plated jewelry. Electroplating is used to apply the metal in these situations. It can also be used as an undercoat in silver-plated jewelry.




         Brass is a buttery yellow alloy of zinc and copper which has been manufactured for thousands of years in many parts of the world. Its uses vary depending on the percentages of zinc and copper, and which other metals have been added to alloy to bring out specific properties, but they include cartridge cases for weapons, pipes, weatherstripping, decorative accents on homes, musical instruments, and household ornaments. The color of the alloy will also vary, depending on the amount of zinc: brass gets lighter in color with additional zinc, and can reach a pale yellow stage.


          Basic brass has approximately 67% copper and 33% zinc, making it stronger and more durable than copper, although not as strong as metals like steel. Alloys with even less zinc start to turn reddish in color, and are sometimes called red brass. Other metals are sometimes added to the alloy include lead to make the metal more workable by machine, tin, arsenic, and antimony to resist corrosion, and iron to make it harder and easier to forge.




          On metal, patina is a coating of various chemical compounds such as oxides, carbonates, sulfides, or sulfates formed on the surface during exposure to atmospheric elements (oxygen, rain, acid rain, carbon dioxide, sulfur-bearing compounds), a common example of which is rust which forms on iron or steel when exposed to oxygen. Patina also refers to accumulated changes in surface texture and color that result from normal use of an object such as a coin or a piece of furniture over time