Your personalize jewelry commemorates your most special moments in life, so treat it with care and it’ll last a very long time!
🖋Makeup first, then accessories 🖋If you’re cleaning, take it off
🖋Jewelry and pools don’t mix (chlorine) 🖋Rub a dub, no jewelry in the tub (suding) 🖋Be smart about safekeeping >Seriously, water can hurt your plating
🖋After daily wear a quick clean with a soft cloth is recommend, then store in airtight packet provided
.925 STERLING SILVER RHODIUM PLATED
-Our .925 Sterling Silver jewelry is plated with rhodium for a more durable, long lasting piece. Rhodium plated silver is fine or sterling silver that is polished and dipped in rhodium. It has a bright finish, similar to white gold items, and with proper care it doesn’t tarnish. Additionally, rhodium is hypoallergenic.
.925 STERLING SILVER GOLD PLATED –Sterling silver jewelry deserves extra special care
-More lustrous than stainless steel, however proper care is required and your piece will last a very long time.
-With its bright finish and its resistance to tarnish, stainless steel is one of the best choice used for our jewelry. It requires little or no maintenance to maintain its original luster. Our stainless steel necklace does not tarnish. However we always recommend taking care of your precious piece.
-Unique in appeal and strong by design, tungsten carbide is a forged metal with qualities that will last a lifetime. Tungsten carbide can only be scratched or damaged by extreme measures, like abrasion from diamonds or corundum. Tungsten rings are also durable and scratch resistant which makes it a perfect wedding band.
Rhodium is a precious metal, a member of the platinum family. Rhodium electroplating is used on jewelry, to provide a surface that will resist scratches and tarnish and to increase durability.
Titanium is one of the strongest and most durable metals that can be formed into jewelry. At three times the strength of steel, titanium jewelry can withstand almost any adverse conditions. This metal does not dent or scratch, nor does it lose its shine. Titanium does not corrode or change color from wear or time. The strength of the metal does not allow these flaws, making it extremely durable and desirable