18k Gold Vermeil Live in Grace Ring
18k Gold Vermeil Live in Grace Ring
18k Gold Vermeil Live in Grace Ring

18k Gold Vermeil Live in Grace Ring


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This product uses recycled materials

Grant yourself the gift of grace as you navigate your path to fulfilment with our Live in Grace Ring. Inspired by the delicate lines and textures of the lotus petal, this versatile keepsake serves as a reminder to rise above challenges and blossom in the light. This piece compliments your by charlotte ring stack with radiant elegance.

Available in 18k gold vermeil and sterling silver.

  • Sizes 5 - 9.
  • Band height: 4mm.
  • Set with cubic zirconias.
  • Textured finish.
  • Engraved with "Live in love and light" on the inside.
  • Features our iconic lotus motif.
  • Crafted by a certified member of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC).

To ensure that your jewels last as long as possible, we recommend you follow the below care information here.

Our 18k gold vermeil (pronounced ver-may) is a high-quality method of gold plating, whereby sterling silver is coated with a thick layer of 18k solid gold.

What to know about 18k gold vermeil jewellery

  • Vermeil will naturally tarnish when exposed to environmental factors like air pollution, moisture and items that contain sulphur. However, it is possible to restore the shine of 18k gold vermeil jewellery, so long as the plating has not worn away.
  • Contact with perfume and cosmetic products can damage 18k gold vermeil jewellery.

How to store 18k gold vermeil jewellery

  • We suggest that you do not store your pieces in our gift boxes long term.
  • Store in a safe, dry place—such as an anti-tarnish pouch or case—away from direct sunlight. This will help to protect your pieces when they are not being worn.
  • Store it with the anti-tarnishing tab that came with your purchase to protect against moisture during storage.

How to clean 18k gold vermeil jewellery

  • Proactive maintenance is crucial.
  • To keep tarnish from setting in, clean your pieces regularly by gently buffing them with a soft, dry polishing cloth. Note that some polishing cloths can be abrasive, so ensure not to over-polish.

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