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Preciosa Crystal Passions and Topaz Pear Shaped 925 Sterling Silver 18” Necklace

Preciosa Crystal Passions and Topaz Pear Shaped 925 Sterling Silver 18” Necklace

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***Most items are small and can be a choking hazard to children, not intended for toddlers or children under the age of 3***

Preciosa Crystal Passions and Topaz Pear Shaped 925 Sterling Silver 18” Necklace

Size 30mm Tall
16mm Width
14x10 Crystal

Materials:
925 Sterling Silver
Preciosa CrystalGold / Silver -filled jewelry (can cause skin irritation)

is jewelry composed of a solid layer of gold (typically constituting at least 5% of the item's total weight) mechanically bonded to a base of either sterling silver or some base metal. The related terms "rolled gold plate" and "gold overlay" may legally be used in some contexts if the layer of gold constitutes less than 5% of the item's weigh.
Overlay – Generally Copper or Brass with a silver layer on the outside. Will tarnish based on how often its worn and the environment it is subjected to.

Gold (mostly hypoallergenic)
Pure Gold is a bright reddish-yellow metal rated in Karats (k). It is one of the Metals of Antiquity (used since prehistoric times) and was used for making coins and jewelry. To make a stricter material, gold is alloyed with copper, silver, zinc, or palladium. 14k gold – 21k gold (includes 16K, 18K) is the most common gold alloys used in jewelry.
• Gold is one of the most precious metals used in jewelry.
• One of the most accessible metals to deal with and can be stretched
• More expensive than other metals
Silver

Silver (mostly hypoallergenic) is a rare and valuable metal. It’s ideal for fine jewelry, silverware, and accessories.
• Silver reflects a lot of light.
• A lustrous gloss and can be repolished
• Less costly than gold and platinum.
• Has antimicrobial characteristics.

Platinum (hypoallergenic)
Platinum is a valuable silver-white metal that is very dense and malleable. It’s one of the world’s rarest minerals. Pure platinum is frequently combined with other metals like copper and palladium to make it more malleable due to its hardness.
• Platinum is thirty times rarer and four times more rigid and more pliable than gold.
• Will never tarnish.
• High in corrosion and heat-resistant metal.
• Will not turn yellow over time.

Titanium (hypoallergenic)
Titanium is a silver-colored, lustrous, high-strength metal. Titanium and gold combine to form a 24-karat gold alloy that is marketed and sold.
• Titanium is an entirely hypoallergenic metal.
• Scratch-resistant, lightweight, and easy to color.
• It is corrosion resistant and hard to solder

Base Metals
The term “base metal” describes metals that oxidize quickly and are primarily used for costume jewelry. Copper, Brass, Zinc, and Bronze to name some.
Copper and Brass (zine alloy)
• An affordable option
• In the presence of air, their surface oxidizes and will tarnish.
• Base metals are more allergenic than precious metals.

Pearl
A pearl is formed in the soft tissue of mollusks, such as oysters and mussels.

Pewter
is a soft metal alloy. It is easy to work with. So that pewter jewelry can be made without the need of a torch. These pieces can even have intricate details. Pewter is also a very affordable option when compared to similar-looking precious white metals. However, pewter can tarnish over time, giving it a vintage look.

Shell
Shell beads are one of the oldest types of jewelry, and their popularity has held steady over time with fashion trends.

Stainless Steel (Hypoallergenic) f you want a truly hypoallergenic stainless steel, you should look for those that are XC45 steel, 430 stainless steel, or 316L stainless steel. These indicators tell you that these types of stainless steel contain less than 1% nickel, which makes them safe to use even if you have a nickel allergy.

Stones
Semi-precious, precious metals, rock, slate, beach pebbles, and concrete are some of the materials used. Diamond, Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire are some of the most prized gemstones used in jewelry. They can be faceted, cut, drilled, polished, carved, and manipulated in various ways, and if the stone is valuable, they can be used as an investment.

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