- Solid Silver 925 Sterling (92.5% silver, 7. 5% copper)
- Handmade hammering
- Hypoallergenic (no discomfort on the skin)
- Careful details
- Weight: 56g
- Diameter: 6cm / Width: 4cm (adjustable bracelet)
- MAKE IT WORK! (satisfaction guarantee valid on all Butterfly High® products)
- STANDARD SHIPPING OFFERED(covid-19: the delivery is provided)
In the same collection, discover the VINTAGE BUTTERFLY PENDANT for a matching set of jewelry!
Made of delicately hand-carved aged silver, our vintage butterfly bracelet will bring a touch of springtime and old-fashioned charm to your outfit. A piece of jewelry with a unique style!
Follow our guide! Our jewelry is made of 925 Sterling Silver, an alloy consisting of 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals. Silver is soft in its raw state and is thus made stronger by this combination! Keeping its shine while giving it a better consistency that can be worked, no wonder 925 silver is the most appreciated silver alloy among silver fans! In addition to its much appreciated shine, silver has many qualities: it is one of the most skin-friendly metals. Amazingly, it is used for healing purposes for its antibacterialproperties. Unlike copper and iron, which tend to give off a metallic odor upon contact with the skin, silver also has the property of being odorless.
In the long run, however, silver will eventually blacken upon contact with the air, but no die to do so! The dark areas associated with this natural phenomenon are very easy to remove! Here are some grandmotherly tips to maintain your silver butterfly jewelry: you can simply brush it lightly with a toothbrush and lemon juice! Another little secret from grandma: soak it in white vinegar for 120 minutes. A simple rinse to and drying with a soft cloth will finish the job!
So, in order to prevent silver oxidation, some of our jewelry has undergone a surface finish by electroplating. Most commonly with Rhodium or Platinum. These metals, sometimes more expensive than gold, help to protect the silver while imitating its shine. But here again, some people prefer pure 925 silver jewelry because they find the shine of platinum and rhodium too intense. Indeed, oxidized silver jewelry is an aesthetic in its own right! When subtly darkened, silver is far from being devoid of elegance!
Retro silver or sparkling silver, silver lends itself to everything!