Gold Vermeil

Gold vermeil is a type of jewelry finish that features a thick layer of gold over sterling silver. It is a high-quality alternative to traditional gold plating, which typically features a thinner layer of gold over a base metal.

The difference between gold vermeil and gold plating lies in the thickness of the gold layer. Gold vermeil features a minimum of 2.5 microns of gold, which is significantly thicker than the gold layer in most gold plated jewelry. This makes gold vermeil more durable and long-lasting, with the potential to last for years with proper care.

At Ormiro, we take pride in crafting high-quality jewelry that stands the test of time. Our gold vermeil pieces are made with s925 sterling silver and feature a thick layer of 3 microns of gold, which is significantly thicker than what you'll find in most other shops. This ensures that our jewelry not only looks luxurious but also lasts for years to come.

925 Sterling Silver

Sterling silver is a precious metal that has been used for centuries in jewelry making. It is known for its bright, shiny appearance and durability. S925 silver, in particular, is highly valued for its high quality and affordability.

One of the benefits of S925 silver is that it is hypoallergenic, making it a great option for those with sensitive skin. The addition of copper to the silver alloy also makes it more durable and resistant to tarnishing.

When caring for S925 silver jewelry, it is important to store it in a dry place and avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals, such as perfume or hairspray, which can cause tarnishing. Regular cleaning with a soft cloth and a silver polishing solution can help to maintain its shine and appearance.