Showcasing the beauty of the waves with this cute charm. Circle surge waves sterling silver .925. Designed by Amoracast.
Circle Surge Waves
Wire thickness: 0.62mm, 22ga
Use up to 18ga
Component Thickness: 0.99mm
Is This Reversible: No
This is Available in Silver: FPJZS Circle Surge Waves in Sterling Silver .925
AMORACAST GOLD: Amoracast gold vermeille is 14kt yellow gold plated over solid 925 silver and each piece will be stamped 925. The 14kt gold plating thickness is about 0.5 micron. A protective coating, much like a ceramic glaze, is then baked on – making it highly durable against wear and tear, and will prevent future tarnish. Although the plating is thinner than the requisite 2 microns in order to be labeled gold vermeille in the USA, our labour intensive process is far more durable and tarnish resistant than a 2 micron plating. Depending on the laws in your country on the minimum plating thickness in order to be labeled gold vermeille, you may choose to describe these pieces as 14kt Gold Plated Sterling with Protective Coating.
Our Belief: We believe in providing artistic and high quality designs to put an end to a world full of uniformity and the disposable. Amoracast exists because we believe beauty is food for the soul. Our job is to add beauty to this world by providing artists with unique, well made and high quality components with which they can create works of wearable art. The design philosophy of Amoracast is to create components that are modern, can provide many design possibilities and are affordable.
Our Promise: We will always stand behind our belief and our product. Our sterling jewelry components will always be 92.5% silver, and never less. We regularly and randomly send product for laboratory testing so that we can provide our guarantee with absolute confidence. We only contract factories that meet international standards for trade practices with regard to safe working conditions, equitable pay, and which never use child labor of any kind.
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