14kt GoldFill Parallel Earstuds
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These are a truly stunning pair of earrings handmade from lux 14kt GoldFill. They feature tiny delicate wire with a hint of sparkle threaded with 3mm gold balls and hanging from the back of the earlobe with a small gold stud to the front.
Why use GoldFill?
Goldfill is such a wonderful material. It gives the look of 14kt Gold at a fraction of the price. Also known as "rolled Gold" it is a layer of precious gold metal pressure bonded to another metal usually another yellow metal like brass. Not to be confused with its cheaper cousin gold plating, GoldFill contains far more of the precious metal, is tarnish resistant and EU regulated. It is currently more valuable than Sterling Silver and even Vermeil (sterling silver with Gold plating). It is a wonderful material, try it, we think you'll be impressed!
All of our pieces now come in a beautiful Scribble & Stone jewellery box with gold metal embellishment. Made from FSC certified sustainably sourced paper these are designed to be long life and kept for many years to come. Inside each box your jewellery piece will either come in a beautiful grey cotton pouch or hanging from a textured jewellery card with gold ribbon. We will then wrap your purchase in pearlised tissue paper and place it inside a grey matte gift bag with rope handles ready for gifting.
Alternatively at check-out you can choose minimal packaging if you prefer. This option includes a Scribble & Stone long life jewellery box with your jewellery piece either in a beautiful grey cotton pouch or hanging from a textured jewellery card with gold ribbon.
Last but not least we will place your purchase inside a fully recyclable box made from recycled card and send it via registered post with our chosen delivery partner.
Carbon Neutral Deliveries:
All purchases made through our website are now fully carbon neutral which means we offset the carbon emissions from delivering your order with an equitable donation to certified partners working in the field of reducing carbon emissions.