FAQ & Care


Are you available for custom orders?

Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to accommodate custom orders.

Is it okay for peoples of different ethnicities to wear your art?

Absolutely! My designs are for everyone. I just ask you use the pieces as an opportunity to educate and advocate for authentic Indigenous art.

I love this piece, but it's sold out! Will there be a restock?

I do my best to create heirloom one-of-a-kind pieces every sale. Please check us out on Instagram and Facebook to see if we have announced a restock. If you haven’t heard anything please send us a message, and let us know what products you want to make a comeback!

Do you accept returns?

No, please see our policies.

Where are you located?

We operate off of the Lummi Reservation in Washington State.

What currency are your prices listed in?

We sell all products on our site in US Dollars (USD). However, you may be able to use the converter to see your native currency. Please note that this is only an estimate for your convenience.

Don't see your question here?

Please contact us and we’ll get back to you asap!


Ğiáxsix̌a for supporting Copper Canoe Woman! We want to give you some tips on caring for your pieces to help ensure that you’ll be able to wear it for the years to come.

​Care Tips:

  • Please treat your jewelry with care. We don’t recommend storing your jewelry in a bag/purse, unless it’s wrapped in fabric, tucked into a small jewelry bag/roll, or in it’s original packaging.

  • ​Take care when putting on jackets, purses, and bags so your jewelry doesn’t snag.

  • ​Try not to let your jewelry get wet, please remove before showering or swimming. Water can damage the findings, and other metal parts of our jewelry.

  • ​Put your jewelry on as a finishing touch. Perfumes, sunscreens, bug sprays and various skincare products can cause discoloration or a change in texture of any acrylic pieces in the jewelry.

  • ​Avoid leaving your jewelry in the bathroom, or other humid environments. Humidity causes metal to tarnish.

  • ​To clean the acrylic pieces, a microfiber cloth (and a little bit of water for stubborn marks) will leave them looking brand new.

  • ​To clean brass pieces we suggest mild soap and water, or a non-abrasive jewelry cleaner. Please make sure that your brass jewelry is completely dried to avoid tarnishing.

  • ​Please do not use any products that contain alcohol to clean your jewelry as it can damage the finish.

​If you have any other questions, please contact us! We’re happy to help.