Solid gold is a precious metal that will not oxidize or discolor. The 14k alloy is known for its durability, scratch resistance, and subtle hue.
925 Sterling Silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. We plate our silver jewelry in rhodium, which gives it extra shine and durability. Rhodium is one of the most expensive and precious metals due to its rarity.
Say what? We've got you: ver - may. Unlike regular gold plating, vermeil is a much thicker layer of gold which gives the pieces their long lasting color. For a piece to be considered vermeil, the gold must be a minimum of 10k and 1.5 microns. We use either 14 or 18K gold and a 2.5 micron thick plating. In short, gold vermeil isn’t your average plating - it’s super thick and durable to accomodate your active lifestyle.
When not wearing your jewelry, be sure to store it in the box it came in. This helps prevent scratching. Always remove your jewelry when applying scents and lotions. Ultra thick plating means you can wear your plated pieces in water, however we recommend removing your jewelry prior to showering or swimming when possible to maintain their shine.
Have a piece with 14k and diamonds only? Lucky you.
You can care for this by scrubbing gently with a toothbrush and warm water by itself or mixed with detergent-free soap. Silver, vermeil, or colored gem jewelry should be cleaned by buffing gently with a dry cloth.
Shipping is calculated at checkout.
Currently, we are only shipping orders to the USA.
Currently, pieces from the Halo and Italic Collections are custom and are not eligible for return.
If you notice any manufacturing defects in your piece, please email us a picture of the product to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll happily work towards a solution for you
RING SIZE GUIDE
The best way to measure is to visit a local jeweler. However if you can’t make it, here are some at-home measuring tips.
- Wrap a very thin strip of paper around your finger where you’d like your ring to be.
- Make sure that the paper is pulled snug to your finger, the tighter the better, to find your best fit.
- Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with a ruler (mm).
- Use the below chart to determine your ring size. If you fall in between, always size up.