Dew of love — handmade cross made of silver with oxidation
Typical production timing for our jewelry is between 4 and 6 weeks. But also don't forget that some pieces we have in stock.
Yes, you can order a copy of a certain piece with other details (metal, gem, size). Please contact us first, so that we could discuss your order.
Yes! However, not every piece can be engraved, so each case should be discussed with one of our managers. The engraving can be made for jewelry pieces that are made on order. The price for engraving is listed below:
- 1 Letter — $15
- 1 Word / Date — $30
- 1 Phrase — $45
- 1 Symbol — $60
Each jewelry piece is made by us from the very beginning to the end. This approach allows us to control the manufacturing process and maintain high-quality products. Design, casting, creating jewelry, processing with decorative coatings, and fixing gems — all are done in one workshop.
Most of our made-to-order models are not resizable, but in certain cases, we can resize a ring or make a new ring as a replacement for a nominal fee.
If a ring that you purchased from stock doesn’t fit the finger, we are able to offer free of charge replacement of the same model in the size you need. This can be made if the required gem is in stock and the model can be remade.
Yes, we would be happy to see you in our showroom. We are located at 37 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ 07701
Upon delivery, a signature confirmation by a person of 21+ years is required for all Kochut.org orders above $1000. You acknowledge that any person taking delivery of the products at the designated address shall be deemed to have done so with your authorization.
All shipments carry insurance from a third party vendor during the transportation process.
Have you ever met a summer sunrise in the forest? Transparent fog gently covers the blanket with the last stars, so as not to disturb their daytime sleep. Crystal-clear teardrops fell on the young grass, filling it with energy of night coolness. Little drops of heavenly blessing sprinkled the earth with the touch of pale angels.
A divine gift — beautiful goddesses drank dew, like the nectar of immortality. Young girls washed their face with dew to preserve the smell of beauty and youth. Iris, the deity of the rainbow, the messenger of the gods, dressed in a dress of sparkling dew.
Dew appears on the verge of two worlds — morning light and night mist. It has magical power, retaining the power of the rising sun. Slavs call the dew tears of the Virgin - tears of compassion and purity.
Since ancient times, a drop of dew symbolizes the ancient idea that man is a "microcosm", a universe in miniature. A drop of dew reflects the whole world, from the sun to the smallest creature. Dewdrop passes through itself the light of the sun, and he, refracting, begins to shimmer with a multitude of colors. So man — if his soul is pure, he reflects the divine light.