Whether your objective is to make someone else feel special or simply to give yourself a treat, this brilliant ceramic ring will help you stand out from the crowd by enhancing your personality and drawing attention to the wearer. The pattern of the gorgeous pink rose that was hand-carved is so intricately detailed that it almost feels alluring. This ring will be an excellent addition to your collection of hand jewelry, allowing you to create a variety of unique looks. The ring can be adjusted at the base.
Handcrafted clay models are used to create ceramic shells. The entire model is divided into two parts, dug clean of extra clay, and then reassembled.
The ring is durable and dainty thanks to this precise process.
White earthenware clay is baked in a ceramic oven at a temperature of 1000 ° C.
At 920 °C, a second burning with glazes and colors is conducted.
The plating is made of 1 micron of 24K gold and is hypoallergenic because no nickel was used throughout the manufacturing process. Gold plating is widely used in the manufacture of jewelry. A base metal is used, usually brass, and covered with gold (between 14 and 24 carats) using an electrical or chemical process.
To determine the quality of a gold-plated jewel, the thickness of the applied gold must be considered, which is measured in microns. The minimum amount is 0.3 microns and this amount is usually referred to as flash plating.
The more microns used, the greater the strength and durability of the plating.
Nature Wit jewels have a 1 micron 24 carat gold plating which allows them to be worn for a long time while maintaining the same brilliance. This duration is also influenced by some external factors which can be
controlled with some foresight and care.
So here are some tips to keep your plated jewelry perfect over time:
-Keep it in a dry place, possibly in a soft case to avoid scratches.
-Do not take a bath or shower with it.
-Remove your jewelry during an extreme physical activity.
-Remove your jewelry before sleeping.
-Avoid contact with cosmetic products (soaps, perfumes, creams, etc.).