I made something stunning in July:
a double winged necklace with a slice of the sweetest Clay Canyon Variscite
you ever did see.
More hours went into the piece than any I've ever made before, on account of the
two engraved feathers of large size.
Hammer blow after hammer blow I had to control my excitement about the way it was shaping itself: a beautiful, rare and fluid piece that incorporated the best of what I know.
I sent it Priority International, with a happy heart.
I did not think to insure it because in nearly 1300 sales, only one piece
had ever been lost before.
I felt secure and solid in my choice.
Today, more than an entire month after it was shipped I have finally gone through all of the motions of surrender to the situation:
kind, warm and understanding communication with the beautiful woman it was destined for...
sweet and hot nonsensical hormonal tears...
I now know that anything over a certain valuation will need to be shipped with
perhaps through another carrier than USPS, though I've had a good run with their
This is where you come in, my readers: I know several of you to be
artists who surely must ship overseas at least as often as I do:
how do you send your parcels?
Are you satisfied with the results?
Thanks in advance for sharing what you know,
Sunny with a Chance of Clouds