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Question: What length necklace do I choose?
We have chosen the best lengths for our necklaces, but if you are very keen on a specific length, please let us know when you make your purchase. There are no charges to shorten a chain, but there may be a small charge to increase length. If you're not sure, please contact us.

LanaBetty - Necklace Sizing Chart 

Question: What is Geometric Desires?
Answer: Geometric Desires is the newest and boldest Jewelry Line from LanaBetty. It is about evolution; it's about passion, it's about beautiful materials and beautiful design. LanaBetty has begun to transform the ideas of 3D printing (it's no longer for nerds or starwars fanatics), encouraging thoughtful shapes and angular lines. Geometric Desires is about treating yourself, your friends, your family to the cutting edge of technology, using materials like sterling silver, gold-plated brass, stainless steel, and even gold. Why? Because you're worth it.

Question: I want to order a custom designed piece - What is the process?
Answer: Send us an email! It takes about 6 to 8 weeks to complete a custom, 3D printed piece from concept to approval to final print, assembly, and shipment. Quotes are generally completed in the first 2 weeks. A 50% deposit is required at the time of printing (about 2-3 weeks into the process) and all additional fees (duties, expedited shipping, ect) are the responsibility of the customer. We promise that all prices are fair, can be explained, and there are no hidden fees. Contact us (here) and let's get started!

Please note that shipping for all precious metals will be tracked, expedited, and require signature for delivery. This is non-negotiable and will be built into the final cost of your custom piece.


May 5, 2016: Lana's work is truly professional. I order a custom made necklace for my wife based on a graphic I created and she was able to faithfully recreate it and deliver it on time for our anniversary party. Thank you so much! I HIGHLY RECOMMEND using Lana for any of your custom jewelry needs.

Question: How do I polish brass?
Answer: We prefer to use a local household brass polisher called "Brasso". An 8oz bottle costs less than $10 and you would be surprised how useful it is to have around the house! Clean your brass terrariums, kitchen faucet, and get that grime off your shower tap, without spending too much time or energy on home remedies.