Organic Gold Stack Ring
Our Organic Gold Stack Ring comes to you in gold vermeil. This little ring measures approximately 1.5-2mm in a wavy slightly textured pattern all the way around. A perfect little ring to stack or wear alone.
Finish: High Polish
Part of the appeal of handcrafted sterling silver jewelry includes slight variations and irregularities in silversmith work. These variations are not to be considered defects, but rather the silversmiths signature. No two are exactly alike.
*What is Gold Vermeil?
Vermeil (pronounced vehr-may; it's French!) is a legally regulated term that refers to a certain kind of quality jewelry. To be legally called "vermeil" in the United States, the jewelry piece must meet ALL of these conditions:
1. Have sterling silver as its base material. Sterling silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other materials, and is a standard material used in high quality jewelry (versus, e.g., brass or copper).
2. Be plated in gold that is at least 10k (10 karats). That means the gold is at least 41.7% gold content.
3. Have gold plating that is at least 2.5 microns thick. A micron is 1/1000th of a millimeter.
Source: Federal Trade Commission
Put another way, vermeil pieces are made with precious materials with heavy plating to ensure long-lasting wear.
30 Day Warranty: Provided at no cost. New and unworn jewelry can be returned for an exchange or refund. Also covers repair or replacement due to defects in workmanship and/or materials.
Extended 3 Year Warranty: Available for $7.00. Extended 3 Year Warranty provides coverage for defects in workmanship and/or materials beyond the initial 30 Day Warranty and includes: replacement of missing stones, clasp repair or replacement, and chain repair or replacement. Purchase of extended warranty is limited to 1 repair/replacement event per item.
Warranty does not include jewelry that is damaged due to abuse, theft, loss, or accidental damage. Return shipping is not covered by this warranty.
Things You'll Need
Ruler / Paper / Scissors
Cut a thin strip of paper (approximately 1/8 inches for a narrow ring and approximately 3/8 inches in width for wider rings). Wrap the paper around your finger making sure the paper is below the joint of your finger and close to your knuckle. Mark the spot where the paper meets and measure the distance with your ruler. Use the following chart to determine your ring size.
Size 5 1 15/16 inches
Size 6 2 1/16 inches
Size 7 2 1/8 inches
Size 8 2 1/4 inches
Size 9 2 5/16 inches
Size 10 2 7/16 inches
Size 11 2 9/16 inches
Size 12 2 5/8 inches
With the paper method keep in mind that your knuckle is larger than the area where the ring sits so make sure you don't select a size that is so small that it will not slide over your knuckle.
Remember that wider rings take up more space on your finger and may require you to size up. Our rings come in whole sizes only so if your ring size is, for example a 7 1/2, then on a wider ring you will always want to go up to the next size, size 8.