Frequently Asked Question
You can easily order on our online platform. When you find the product you need, you can contact our professional customer service and go through the ordering process.
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Speeding up the process. By choosing style of jewelry online you will get prices faster and you will be able to go through order confirmation and payment process much faster. This could save days of your time.
Wearing high-quality gold plated jewelry is almost as good as wearing the real thing. Its luster and shine can dress up any ensemble, and its price tag is unbeatable. You can invest in several sets of gold plated jewelry for only a fraction of the price of one piece of solid gold jewelry.
On average, gold plated jewelry can last about two years before the gold plating begins to tarnish and wear down. However, the length of time can be much shorter or longer depending on whether or not you decide to properly maintain your jewelry collection.
Stainless steel jewelry that is made like medical grade stainless steel is perfectly safe to wear. An example would be 316L or 304 stainless steel.
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Fortunately, stainless steel jewelry does not turn your finger green. It does not contain elements and metals that are prone to turn your finger green. More so, stainless steel jewelry that is nickel-free is hypoallergenic. It does not cause any allergic reactions among people with sensitive skin.
As with all metals, special care must be taken to ensure they do not scratch or tarnish. Below is a general guideline:
1. Store jewelry in a clean, dry place away from natural sunlight, humidity (bathroom), and heat.
2. Each piece should be stored individually to avoid scratching, in an air-tight zip lock if possible to avoid air contact.
3. Remove jewelry before showering, going to bed, or participating in physical activity especially swimming. Remove rings before washing your hands every time.
4. Avoid exposure to sweat and harsh chemicals such as perfumes, cleaning agents, chlorine, and saltwater.
5. Use a silver-polishing cloth to clean the pieces if the jewelry has become dull. Do apply pressure but not too much as this can remove the plating coat.
Oxidation appears with time as this is just the metal (silver or brass) reacting to the oxygen in the air. Thus, this is considered normal wear and tear and is not a defect.