Pear shape labradorite in solid 14k prong setting and gold filled band.
The band is gold filled. Gold filled jewelry is a great way to get the look of gold at a much more affordable price point. It's a much better alternative to gold plating and vermeil jewelry.
To prolong the life of your pieces, you should follow a few simple care tips:
-Remove your jewelry when swimming in chlorinated water or cleaning with harsh chemicals.
-Keep your jewelry as dry as possible, and store in individual plastic bags when you aren’t wearing them.
-You can clean your gold filled jewelry with warm water to remove any dirt and residue.
-Be mindful of any perfumes and lotions you may use.
-Direct contact with certain chemicals can cause discoloration in some cases.
The setting is 14k gold. If cared for properly, 14k gold can keep its shiny luster for a lifetime! 14K gold is the industry standard for bridal and fine jewelry.
It’s important to keep in mind a few care tips to keep your jewelry looking like new:
-Always remove your gold jewelry when coming into contact with chlorine or bleach, these chemicals can break down the metals overtime.
-If you notice your jewelry looking dull or dirty, you can soak them in warm water and little bit of dish soap for about 15 minutes. After you remove it from the water, you can gently brush the gemstones and settings with a soft-bristled tooth brush to remove dirt and residue.
-When you aren’t wearing your 14k gold jewelry you should put your pieces in small plastic bags and store in a dry place.