Chain bracelet “Circle of Life”
The last addition to the Circle of Life collection – a bracelet on a chain with a round stone filled to the brim with your breast milk and a tag with the Milkies logo with space for a personal engraving, available in three precious metal colours. We will gladly incorporate fragments of the umbilical cord connecting the mother with her child into the milky interior as well as baby hair. We can also enrich it with the addition of coloured glass, gold, rose gold or silver leaf flakes.
- Size of the stone: 8 mm
- Filling diameter: 7 mm
- An engraving on the tag with the Milkies logo
- Bracelet in the selected colour
- The stone made of your breast milk
- Elegant packaging
How much of the breast milk is needed?
We need around 10 ml of breast milk for your entire order.
Can I use frozen breast milk?
What is the maximum age of the breast milk / umbilical cord?
There are no restrictions regarding the age of the breast milk and/or the umbilical cord.
What should be the size of the hair strand?
Approximately 2 cm x 5 mm.
What should be the size of the umbilical cord?
1 cm of the purple part.
What's the best way to pack the breast milk securely?
The best way to pack the breast milk is to place it in a triple layer of plastic bags used for food storage.
What's the best way to ship the breast milk?
Please send the breast milk using recorded mail in a bubble padded envelope or a box.
Will the breast milk remain fresh after the journey?
No, but breast milk in all its states can be used for jewellery making, after conservation.
Do you ship abroad?
Yes, via international post or courier.
Isn't the milk most fragile and prone to going bad in high temperatures?
This will not affect the jewellery making. As soon as we have received your breast milk, it undergoes our conservation procedure, which can be applied to breast milk in every state.
Can I order jewellery without breast milk?
Yes, please choose the filling: "No breastmilk", which can be found with every product option.
What is the waiting time?
The waiting time is currently up to 7 weeks.