Crystal is a high quality form of glass produced with lead oxide which creates light reflection. All pieces are delicate and need to be cleaned with care.

Remember, most damage happens when cleaning or moving pieces. When moving objects, always carry one object or one part of an object at a time. It is best to place your hands around the body of the object rather than using an existing handle or rim for support. In general, it is not a good idea to routinely wash the pieces. Each time a piece is handled for cleaning, there is a greater risk of breakage. It is better to protect the pieces from soiling and dust in the first place, rather than washing them too often.

To maintain the beauty and power of your crystal, always keep them in a cabinet away from dust, debris and oily residue. Keeping them in a cabinet also helps prevent breakage. Store individual glass items seperately. Do not stack or crowd items, and be sure they are kept well back from the edge of the shelf. Avoid wrapping glass in tissue or newspaper, which may attract and hold dampness. If a piece has dust on it, we recommend that you use a blow dryer on "cool" to get rid of the dust. Remember that fine crystal and glassware can crack or break when subjected to extremes of hot or cold. Never place items in a dishwasher. Fingerprints can be removed using a small amount of glass cleaner with a soft, lint-free cloth. Items can be washed by hand in moderately warm water with a mild lemon detergent and 1/4 cup amonia (to prevent spotting). Rinse in clean water and air dry on a rack.

It is believed that crystal heals and balances bio-energy and can convert negative energy to positive energy. We hope that your purchase brings great joy to you.

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