What is gold plated jewelry?
Gold plated earrings are all you need to create an eye catching and timeless look. However, solid gold jewelry comes with an expensive price tag. But no worries. Gold plated jewelry creates the same classy effect as solid gold earrings, while they are a lot more affordable.
What is gold plated jewelry?The term gold plated is used in different and sometimes misleading ways, which can be quite confusing. Gold plated really just means that a layer of gold is poured over a base material. This doesn't say much about the materials used underneath the gold layer. The quality of gold plated earrings therefore varies enormously, because the base is sometimes made of a base metal such as a brass or steel.
Gold plated jewelry from Eline RosinaAll gold plated jewelry from Eline Rosina are made of a 925 sterling silver base and an 18k gold plating, which makes them of high quality that will last. The silver base is passed through a gold bath, creating a layer of gold with a shiny finish. Gold plated jewelry from Eline Rosina also has a protective E-coating to make sure you can enjoy your favorite items as long as possible!
Do’s & Don’tsHere are some tips to keep both your gold plated earrings and gold plated necklace as shiny as possible!
- Avoid water! The color of your gold plated earrings can fade or become lighter. If you are anything like us you probably prefer to wear your favorite gold studs or hoops at all times, but it's wise to take them off your before taking a shower or jumping into a pool. Be careful with perfume, make-up and other care products, as these products can also cause the gold color to fade.
- In addition, it is wise to store gold plated earrings in a jewelry box when you're not wearing them. This way you protect your earrings from harmful external influences. For this you can for example use the jewelry box in which you received your Eline Rosina earrings, which is very handy :)
- If your ear becomes slightly irritated or inflamed, try not wearing your earrings for a while take care of your ear with a mild cleansing product. Irritation or inflammation can change the acidity of your skin, causing the earring to oxidize and therefore turn black. Prevent this by taking good care of your ear holes and make sure to wear the earring you received from the jeweler.