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Your Royal Highness Necklace

Your Royal Highness Necklace


.925 Sterling Silver
Sterling Silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, usually copper. Silver by itself is normally too soft by itself that is why it is alloyed with other metals to give strength. All silver will tarnish over time. To bring the jewelry back to its original luster it can be cleaned with a jewelry polishing cloth.

Cubic Zirconia (CZ)
A cubic zirconia has such a close visual likeness to a diamond that only a trained eye can easily differentiate between the two. A cubic zirconia will weigh about 1.7 times more than a diamond of equivalent shape and is available in a variety of colors. All carat weights listed on our website are to a diamonds equivalent.

Rhodium is a lustrous, hard, durable, silvery-white metallic material that is found in the platinum group of metals. Because of its brilliance, rhodium is often plated on other materials to produce a durable corrosion-resistant coating.

Stainless Steel
Our Stainless Steel Rings, Bracelets, Earrings and Body Jewelry are crafted of 316L surgical grade stainless steel. Stainless steel is known for its durability, strength, and resistance to corrosion. Stainless steel will not tarnish and does not react with most skin types.

Titanium alloy is durable, light weight, and has extraordinary resistance to corrosion. Due to the high cost of titanium its use is usually limited to aircraft, medical devices, premium sports equipment and consumer electronics.

How to Care for Your Jewelry
It is suggested to use soap and water to remove dirt or residue from your jewelry and to dry your jewelry with a soft cloth. It is not suggested to use paper towels or tissues to dry your jewelry. Once dry, a jewelry polishing cloth can be used to bring back your jewelry’s shine.

It is best to avoid any type of abrasive cleaners or chemicals as this can cause discoloration or scratch your jewelry. It is best not to immerse your jewelry in water if it contains stones of any kind, as this can cause the stones to come loose.