Gold Vermeil Jewelry is becoming one of the hottest trends in the world of fashion. Choosing this high-quality type of gold plating you will receive a durable, fine piece at an affordable price.
In a nutshell, Gold Vermeil is composed of a thick layer of at least 10 karats gold over solid Sterling Silver, 925. The thickness of the gold coat consists of a hefty 2.5 microns. All the Talisa Jewelry pieces in Gold Vermeil are covered only with pure 18 karats gold which is known for the perfect balance of price and quality.
What is the difference between Gold Plating and Gold Vermeil?
The key difference between Gold Plating and Gold Vermeil lies in the thickness of the metal layer. Gold Vermeil is at a minimum of 5 times thicker than gold plating. This means it is more durable and less likely to fade, tarnish, or wear off.
Is 18K Gold Vermeil hypoallergenic?
One of the biggest advantages of 18K Gold Vermeil is that it is made up of only precious metals (fine Sterling Silver, 925 and 18 karats solid Gold). So, it is hypoallergenic and safe.
How to care for Vermeil Jewelry?
If you want to keep your 18K Gold Vermeil Jewelry long-lasting, shiny and bright, you should give it a proper wear and special care. Here are some tips which will definitely help to keep your piece durable -
1. Store it in a fabric-lined box or a soft cloth away from dust and dirt.
2. Put it off before showering. It’s best to refrain from showering with your vermeil jewelry daily because the soaps, shampoos, and conditioners you use can react with the metals.
3. Wipe the piece after use in order to remove the body oils, cosmetics, and grime from it.
Where do I buy 18K Gold Vermeil Jewelry?
Buying a piece of Vermeil Jewelry will definitely become a reasonable investment for those who are looking for quality and affordability at the same time. Talisa 18K Gold Vermeil Collection includes glorious necklaces, bracelets, and rings for all tastes and preferences.
Choose a perfect gift for yourself or for a loved one and give special meaning to the piece by engraving a special name, date, initials, or simply adding birthstones of the nearest and dearest.