genuineness 14 kt 585/1000
weight 0.15 ct
The jewelry you purchase from us will arrive in a gift box. Along with your purchase, you will receive a certificate of authenticity, listing the metal type as well as the precious stones and their weight. You will also receive an evaluation of the purity and color of diamonds and the total weight of the jewelry.
We purchase all our jewelry, diamonds and precious stones from verified suppliers. These suppliers confirm their diamonds and precious stones are flawless and conflict-free.
If you are shopping for earrings, we can provide you with many closure methods.
Push back, sometimes called Post or Stud earrings - A smooth post extending through the pierce with a simple push on (compression) back, most often used for earrings with gemstones or smaller fixed shapes
Screw back - The earrings post is threaded and the back screws on.
Ladies patent (Also commonly known as a hinge back) - This style earring provides a hinged bottom arm that snaps open or closed.
Russian patent (similar to the hinge back) - This earring has a hidden closure on the back side.
African hook (sometimes known as a French hook) - These fish hook style earrings are inserted through the pierce in the ear and simply dangle.
Brizura or nursery clasp - The clasp latches in the front, where the hook is inserted into the eyelet.
Switching to circles - tapered side earrings pass through the pierce in the ear and snap into the opposite side of the circle, or engages in a fork-shaped clasp at the other end.
Selecting an alternative closure for your earrings
Our earrings can be supplied with any type of closure regardless of what is listed in the description. Most often we exchange push backs for screws. This exchange, in the case of 14k gold (AU 585/1000) will cost £18 and in the case of silver (Ag 925/1000) £7.
Alternative fasteners can be specified in the notes section. Changing the fastener takes about 1 week to do. If you are interested in this option simply tell us in the note section at the end of your order.
In evaluating diamonds, we use international standards. We evaluate the purity, color and weight of each diamond.