Our proprietary plating technique powerfully binds real gold to our base metals. HIP’s gold plated, vermeil and solid gold pieces all look and feel the same.
1.The base metal is copper (no brass, nickel, or tungsten)
2.The gold karat must be at least 12K. We utilize 18K and 14K depending on the piece.
3.Our products use 5A grade zircon. The light transmittance of the stone is better, and it will be more shiny.
4.We support 1 piece minimum order
1. What materials do you use?
We only use real 14-18k yellow gold, 925 sterling silver and genuine white/black rhodium. Solid gold, 925 sterling silver and 316L stainless steel products are also available. All of our products are thoroughly tested before, during and after production for quality and durability. We meet all regulations set by the Jewelry Vigilance Committee.
2.Some notes for cleaning jewelry?
(1). For extremely dirty jewelry, use a soft-bristled toothbrush (be sure not to use a stiff-bristled toothbrush or it could damage the finish) and if necessary, gentle soap to clean the vermeil jewelry under warm running water. Make sure you rinse well and wipe with a soft non-abrasive cloth to dry. Water residue can cause staining. Make sure the piece is fully dry before returning to storage.
(2). Many websites recommend a baking soda and water (mix in equal parts and cake on the vermeil, leaving for about 10 minutes before rinsing clean) cleaning method, but we have found this doesn’t work very well.
(3). Buff or clean the vermeil with a soft, dry cotton cloth. DO NOT over polish with silver polishing cloth on the vermeil. It will strip the finish off, leaving you with just the sterling silver underneath.
3.How should I store/protect my jewellery?
Jewellery should be kept dry. If your jewellery is not used frequently, keep it stored in the provided dust bag. Good storage boxes are lined with tarnish-proof fabric and have a separate space for each individual piece. If your climate is humid, place a small packet of desiccant crystals inside your storage area. Avoid storing the jewellery with rubber products. Always remove your jewellery when applying colognes, perfumes or other chemical products. Chlorine, especially at elevated temperatures, can permanently damage or discolour your gold jewellery. Gently clean your gold or vermeil jewellery with a soft polishing cloth.
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