A=6,20 mm; B=9,20 mm; Weight of one piece: 0,255gr
Royal Mail Delivery
Delivery in maximum 2-3 days
Royal Mail Delivery
In EUROPE : Delivery in maximum 4-6 days
In REST OF THE WORLD : Delivery in maximum 6-8 days
Delivery times and timescales We do try our best to meet the delivery timescales, but occasionally a parcel can be late due to reasons that are out of our control (i.e. weather conditions, strikes, busy times such as holiday season, customs...).
Delivery times are not guaranteed and are benchmarks according to the delivery providers in order for the customer to make a judgement as to which service may be most appropriate to them.Orders placed after 3pm Monday to Friday, at the weekend or a Bank Holiday will not be processed until the next working day.
By Janine Jewellery will not be liable for any loss caused to you due to the late delivery.
Because pure silver is much too soft to be used in jewelry, it is often combined with other metals to create a more durable metal. When 92.5% of pure silver is mixed with 7.5% of other metals (often copper, nickel or zinc) the resulting alloy is called sterling silver.
To identify it as such, the number 925 is stamped upon the silver, often in a hidden part of the jewelry. This number is known as the hallmark and denotes the percentage of silver purity in the alloy.
In other words, 925 is the same as sterling silver, meaning that if there is any other stamp on the metal, it is not sterling silver. Gold Plating is a method of covering another type of metal with a very thin film of pure gold by electroplating it. There is usually around 0.5 - 6 microns of gold on plated jewelry
Gold plating of silver is used in the manufacture of jewelry. Silver atoms diffuse into the gold layer, causing slow gradual fading of its color and eventually causing tarnishing of the surface. This process may take months and even years, depending on the thickness of the gold layer.