With butterfly wings and a cheerful heart, the fairy bell lights up dark nights with deep blue and twinkling stars. This blue fairy butterfly ring will look great on anyone who loves to enchant the everyday.
“Those who put sunshine in the lives of others, are also flooded with it.” J.M Barrie
Follow our guide! Our range is made of 925 Sterling Silver, an alloy born from the meeting of 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper or zinc. A ductile metal in its raw state, silver is thus made stronger with this combination! Retaining all its character while providing an excellent hold, it is no wonder that sterling silver is the most common silver alloy in jewelry! In addition to its natural beauty, silver has many qualities: it is safe for the skin. Surprisingly, it is used for curative purposes for its anti-microbial qualities. Unlike copper or iron, which tend to produce a metallic odor upon contact with the epidermis, silver also possesses the property of being odorless.
However, over the long term, silver will eventually oxidize naturally, but no worries! The blackish marksrelated to this natural reaction of silver can be removed without a problem! To maintain a silver butterfly jewelry, simply brush it lightly with a lemon-soaked toothbrush! Another technique:put it to soak in a bowl of beer for 10 hours.A simple rinse to and drying with a soft cloth will finish the job!
As such, in order toprevent the oxidative tendency of silver, some of our jewelry has undergone a surface finish by electroplating. Most generally with Rhodium or Platinum. These rarer metals than gold help prevent oxidation while enhancing its brilliance. Nevertheless, some people prefer pure sterling silver jewelry because they find the brilliance of platinum and rhodium too intense. In fact, oxidized silver jewelry is a style all its own! When slightly darkened, silver can be quite charming with its antique feel!
Aged style or shimmery style, silver lends itself to anything!