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24k vermeil gold earrings

24k vermeil gold earrings

51,00$ Precio
40,80$Precio de oferta
Impuesto excluido |

.: Nickel free

.: Lead free

.: Non-tarnish

.: Chemical resistant

.: Hypoallergenic and Water-resistant

.: Color : Gold

.: Material :  24kt Vermeil gold

.: Shipping Shipping takes 8 to 15 days to process


AW Jewelry is daily look items. item with edge and makes you want to wear them everyday. 

its for all seasons and works well as point look with your daily look.



 Proud to say we keep the highest quality

If hole is big, it will reduce the time of making it but it will come out not as pretty and not straight.

Therefore we use smaller hole to create better product even through it takes longer

Our string is made strong and has the most resilience 

Most of AW Jewelry order will be processed at the time of order.  

Bracelets and rings are hand made


  • ● What is gold vermeil?

    Gold vermeil (pronounced ver-may) is a high-quality form of gold plating in which a thick layer of gold (this must be more than 2.5 microns and is usually between 14k – 24k gold) is coated upon pure sterling silver.

    The history of gold vermeil…

    Gold vermeil is a technique of gold plating that was originally developed in France in the 18th century. During this period, the majority of large objects produced by goldsmiths featured gold vermeil and today gold vermeil is used in many of the Crown Jewels, Olympic gold medals and contemporary jewellery too.

  • ● Why use gold vermeil?

    Gold vermeil allows the jeweller to create beautiful gold jewellery designs, without the expense of using solid gold. Gold vermeil jewellery is crafted only using precious metals so it is more hypoallergenic and it gives the wearer the option of wearing gold jewellery at a much lower cost than solid gold.

    We like to use gold vermeil for the gold plating of our gold jewellery because it is in keeping with the craftsmanship of our pieces. Gold vermeil is the most traditional form of gold plating and has stood the test of time since it was first used by French artisans in the 1700s.
    Of course, now we use a more modernised technique to create gold vermeil, but it remains the preferred method for silversmiths and goldsmiths to gold plate their designer jewellery today.


    Once ordered, there is No return or exchange

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