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14K Crossover Hoop Earrings in Yellow and White Gold

Item # 980055283
Model # E14-9092L-2C-SC |

Product Details

Why We Love This

14K yellow and white gold hoops are hollow and lightweight. Hinged clasp makes them a breeze to take off and on.

About this item

  • Metal Type: 14K Yellow and White Gold
  • Total Metal Weight: 3.50 grams
  • Dimensions: 9mm X 23.5mm
  • Hollow Metal Hoop
  • Finish: Polished
  • Earring Back Type: Hinged
  • Imported
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One can never have too many takes on the hoop earring, and this charming two-tone style is the ideal accessory to add warmth and interest around your face. This beautiful piece showcases 14K yellow and white gold. Lightweight hollow hoops, with a hinged back, will be your favorite new hoops.

Why choose gold jewelry?

Gold combines the four characteristics of shining beauty, virtual indestructibility, extreme rarity, and ease of workability, making it the ideal metal for jewelry. By choosing gold jewelry, you choose a quality, unique piece of wearable art that will stand the test of time.

How do you care for gold jewelry?

Regularly checking your gold jewelry for noticeable scratches or changes to the gold surface will let you know when it is time for a cleaning. To properly clean your jewelry, use a soft bristled toothbrush and a bowl with a mixture of light soap and water. Dry your gold with a soft cloth. Although there are many ways to care for your gold jewelry in the comfort of your home, an occasional check-up with your jeweler is recommended to help perserve the high quality of your gold pieces.

What does "karat" or "14K" mean?

Karat is a unit of measurement, which represents the percentage of gold versus other metals in a piece of jewelry. Pure gold is too soft to support everyday use, so it is mix with other metals, called alloy. Pure gold is 24 karat gold, meaning 24 out of 24 parts (100%) are gold. That is how we get the karat percentage. The higher the number the larger percent of gold: 18kt, 14kt, 10kt, etc. So "14K" or "14KT" means a piece of gold jewelry is 14 out of 24 parts gold.

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