Fashion Forward, Everyday Wearability
We partner with real jewelers that use the same craftsmanship they do on fine jewelry to create our beautiful, affordable rings. Our jewelers use crystals, a brass or sterling silver metal base, and triple dip every ring in 14K gold with professional plating techniques that won't turn your fingers green 😘
While that last sentence covers everything, if you'd like to know more, we'll go much more in depth below 👇
The Crystals 💎
No diamonds, no gemstones, no problem 😜 Our crystals are gorgeous & cut by professional jewelers, just like Swarovski Crystals. In fact, Swarovski isn't a special type of crystal, it's just the brand name of the crystals they make, and slap a high price tag on 🤑 It's all about how the crystals are cut, which is why we have crystals cut by real jewelers without the brand name price tag.
Brass & Sterling Silver 💍 No Nickel Ever!
Nickel is the cheapest metal, and usually companies try to sneak it in to cut costs. We first tested copper, but found brass to be the best metal for most skin types.
You'll likely be surprised out how great brass is, but for customers that prefer Sterling Silver we're expanding lines that have SS upgrade options. These cost a little more since the metal is more expensive to get.
Plating Isn't Scary, Bad Plating Is
Which is why we knew we needed real jewelers. Plating is measured in microns & can vary with the quality of the gold used. More Info on plating
Our jeweler partners use a technique of 3x dipping our bands in 14K gold. This plating gives us 5 microns of thickness. To give a comparison, vermeil jewelry is high quality sterling silver jewelry plated in gold, and the minimum qualifications to be considered vermeil is 2.5 microns of 10K gold. Further more, common plated jewelry only has <1 micron of gold.
We use this high end plating on both our brass & sterling silver rings 🙌
What is Black Gold?
We've found black to be a very popular band color. Black gold works the same as white gold (silver color), yellow gold, and rose gold.
14K gold in jewelry means that 58.3% of the metal described is gold. 24K gold (100% gold) is usually too soft for jewelry, which is why alloys are used to strengthen the gold.
The alloys can be a blend of different metals. These alloys will vary in it's blend of metals to get the desired color for the jewelry ❤️
Real Jewelers with Modern Styles
Style is just as important as quality, which is another reason we don't use a supplier, but instead nurture relationships with fashion forward jewelers.
Thinner Bands Are Actually Higher Quality 😱
The 1st style difference our jewelers bring to the table are thinner bands. Many don't do thinner bands because it requires higher quality metals to make durable thin bands & you can't get away with bad plating. Since we have real jewelers though, this isn't a problem for us 😉
The thin band style makes the rings more sleek & less gaudy looking. Since you aren't trying to show off a $10K+ diamond, you actually don't want the ring to be huge, and the style works for accessorizing so much more 💁🏼
Crystals: Sometimes Less is More 😳
Bigger stones only equate to more valuable with Diamonds. These are fashion pieces, not "look how expensive my diamond is" rings.
When it comes to crystals, smaller actually costs more since there are very fine details the jewelers need to cut to make it look beautiful 😍
Trust us, when you see one of our rings, you'll fall in love with the details, and that doesn't mean we never have bigger crystal rings. We just only use them when it makes sense for the style!
How Our Collections Work
We curate special collections & classic collections for our bath bombs & candles. Our classics share a 40+ ring collection that we continuously update, and our special collections usually have a style theme of 10+ 💍.
How Does the Sterling Silver Upgrade Work?
If you upgrade to sterling silver, this will refer to the base metal, not the color of the ring. So if there are yellow gold, rose gold, or black gold rings in the collection, they will be plated in that color 14K gold, making them vermeil rings 🙂
A common misconception is that Sterling Silver rings aren't plated. Even if they are silver in color, they usually are plated in white gold or rhodium, as the natural color of silver is usually more rustic in jewelry and not as polished.
925 Silver means 92.5% silver. So Sterling Silver & 925 Silver actually have 92.5% silver, and the rest is made up of other alloys, it doesn't matter which color the ring is 👍
All This Sound too Good to be True? 🤔
We have a whole article about the high markups of the ring industry, and how we're able to keep ring costs affordable to offer in our bath bombs HERE
Or, you can always ask our team any questions you'd like on Facebook Messenger 😘