These pretty stud earrings are handmade from recycled 9ct Gold and rare grandidierite gemstones.
*please note that these gemstones are not identical in shape and size but similar enough to pair together nicely.
All jewellery is sent out out in eco-friendly gift packaging with plantable wildflower gift label. If you are sending this item as a gift directly to the recipient and would like to send a message with it, please get in touch via my 'Contact Us' form.
Five trees are planted for every order placed with us. Not only will you be wearing an ethically made, unique piece of jewellery, but you will be helping to build forests and improve communities as well.
Recycled 9ct Gold
Keeping Your Jewellery In Tip Top Condition
Even though gold doesn’t tarnish as easily as silver, it can slowly lose its high shine.The purer the gold the longer the shine will endure but with 9ct or 14ct gold where the gold is mixed with other alloys such as silver and copper, tarnish, dullness and patina will set in over a period of time. Fortunately, one of the advantages of owning gold jewellery is that the tarnish or dullness will set in at a much slower pace and can be easily removed at home using quick and effective DIY techniques.
As timeless as gold is, you will find that your gold jewellery can accumulate blackness, dullness and tarnish with the passage of time. This could be due to moisture/humidity, improper storage, oxygen and sulphur in the air, perspiration, exposure to chlorine, perfume, hairspray and deodorants, or even exposure to a foodstuff which are rich in sulphur.
It is easy to keep your gold jewellery in excellent sparkling condition.
Clean your gold regularly with good quality polishing clothes to remove any tarnish. Do be careful not to over polish your gold items and do not be too heavy handed with your jewellery.
Gold jewellery is best kept in an airtight box and/or jewellery pouch when not worn. This will prevent your jewellery from being exposed to the air for prolonged periods and the risk of tarnishing. It will also help prevent scratch marks appearing.
Try and limit your jewellery from exposure to chemical substances such as lotions and perfumes.
Swimming or bathing in the sea or swimming pool whilst wearing your gold jewellery is not recommended. 9ct or 14ct gold can change colour when exposed to salt water and chlorinated pools, and the salt water and chlorine can cause damage to all precious metals and precious gemstones.
It is possible to clean Sterling silver and gold with toothpaste! But, always use a mild toothpaste, not teeth-whitening toothpaste or any other loaded with hard granules.
Gemstone care- Always avoid temperature extremes. Wipe clean gently with a soft, damp, lint free cloth and dry.