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Sterling Silver Birthstone CZ Tiny Hoop Earrings

Regular price £24.00 GBP
Regular price Sale price £24.00 GBP

18ct Gold Vermeil
Sterling Silver
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Sterling Silver Birthstone CZ Tiny Hoop Earrings.

Sterling Silver (925)
Sold as a single or pair of hoops (same birthstone)
Cubic zirconia stones
Outside diameter = Measures 9.5mm (h) x 1.5mm (w)
Inside diameter = 6.5mm
CZ = 1mm, 6 per hoop
Hinged fitting
Gift ready - branded cotton gift bag included

Available birthstones:
Garnet CZ - January
Amethyst CZ - February
Aquamarine CZ - March
Clear CZ - April
Emerald CZ - May
Moonstone CZ - June
Ruby CZ - July
Peridot CZ - August
Sapphire CZ - September
Opal CZ - October
Citrine CZ - November
Turquoise CZ - December



    Care Instructions

    It can be confusing in the world of jewellery to know what metal is best for you and what it's made of, so we thought we'd break down the three metal types that we do.   

    9ct Solid Gold

    Gold has different purity depending on the carat, so 24ct gold is pure gold which is a very soft metal and not durable for jewellery. Our 9ct Solid Gold is 37.5% gold, then 62.5% of a different metal such as copper or silver to strengthen it or give it colour - ours is all nickel, lead and cadmium free. Our 9ct Gold will have a tiny 375 stamp on it.

    18ct Gold Vermeil

    What makes vermeil special? Firstly, you have to plate over a base metal of Sterling Silver (no costume or vague base metals), plus to be approved vermeil instead of regular gold plate, it needs to be plated to a minimum of 2.5 microns thick, we plate our pieces to 3 microns for an extra luxurious finish.

    Gold Vermeil jewellery will look like gold but have the 925 stamp on it, because the base is Sterling Silver. We don't use any nickel, cadmium or lead - these alloys can irritate the skin and cause reactions. 

    Sterling Silver

    Sterling Silver is made from 92.5% pure silver. Why do we use Sterling Silver instead of pure silver (99.9%)? Pure silver is too soft for most jewellery, which is why the alloy is added to strengthen it. There will be a tiny 925 stamped on our silver jewellery. 

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