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GOLD VERMEIL

Eline Rosina offers a wide collection of Gold Vermeil earrings and rings. Since 2021 we have been launching different jewelry in Gold Vermeil. In October 2022 we launched an entire collection in Gold Vermeil. We have chosen this material because of the better quality and longer lifespan than other jewelry.The gold layer covering the jewelry is 2.5 microns on top of the recycled sterling silver. This is a requirement to be able to label jewelry Gold Vermeil. Do you want to expand your jewelry collection to a more luxurious stash? We hear you!

Gold vermeil Jewelry - Investment pieces

Gold Vermeil jewelry are true investment pieces. Paying more means access to higher quality materials and unique designs. Because the jewelry is made of a thicker layer of gold they will also last a lot longer and can withstand more.

Luxury jewelry without crazy price tags, is the mission of our jewelry brand. Jewelry from Eline Rosina matches the latest trends. For example, we have now released an entire collection of Gold Vermeil. Investment pieces may cost more, but they can save you up more money in the long run. Eline Rosina's Gold Vermeil collection ranges from hoops, and huggies to bangles and studs.

Gold vermeil earrings

Gold Vermeil earrings are timeless and can be paired with anything. It is an affordable and just as beautiful version of solid gold earrings. The Vermeil in Gold jewelry by Eline Rosina has an 18 karat gold layer coated around it. This means that the jewelry has a thick 2.5 micron layer of gold on top of recycled Sterling Silver.

Feel free to take a look at our Materials & Care page. It explains exactly what materials our Gold Vermeil earrings are made of and how to keep them beautiful for the longest time. All our Gold Vermeil earrings are perfect to combine with each other. Need more inspiration? Take a look at our earspiration page or on our Instagram @elinerosinajewelry. See you there!

Combine Gold vermeil earrings

Want to go all out? Combine our Gold (Vermeil) rings, necklaces and earrings and complete your look! Choose to expand your investment stash and combine Gold Vermeil with, for example Gold Vermeil earrings. However, you can of course also go for the slightly cheaper option and complete your earparty with other Gold Plated earrings from Eline Rosina. Whatever your choice is, all jewelry from Eline Rosina is made to shine and therefore you will never be disappointed.

All our Gold Vermeil jewelry is made in different shapes and sizes. This means: for every occasion there is a perfect jewelry combination for you! If you prefer a more casual look, you can decide to combine only plain Gold Vermeil earrings with each other. If you are head over heels over sparkles and shine, you would more likely go for our Gold Vermeil earrings with handcrafted zirconia stones.

EARRINGS IN GOLD VERMEIL

Gold Vermeil earrings are obviously a bit more pricey than Gold Plated. You might want to think a bit longer about such an investment piece as Gold Vermeil, but still walk around with beautiful jewelry in your ears. Then you may also opt for our Gold Plated collection. In this collection we have everything from necklaces to rings and dangles. These are also perfect to combine with, for example, a slightly more expensive Gold Vermeil earring to complete your look.

GOLD PLATED VS. GOLD VERMEIL

Although not apparent to the unaided eye, there is a difference between Gold Plated and Gold Vermeil jewelry. From the base material chosen to the thickness of the gold layer (measured in microns), we're here to explain.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GOLD PLATED AND GOLD VERMEIL?

Both Gold Plated Sterling Silver and Gold Vermeil jewelry are made using a plating technique. This means a layer of gold (yes, real gold and in our case 18 carats) is applied over a base material. For Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, the base material can basically be anything, over which a thin layer of gold is then applied. In this way, affordable gold jewelry can be made since the base material is a lot cheaper than Solid Gold. Like standard Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, Gold Vermeil jewelry consists of a base material over which a layer of gold is applied. However, to qualify as Gold Vermeil, the base material must always be Sterling Silver and the gold layer must be at least 2.5 microns. Like our Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, our Gold Vermeil jewelry always consists of recycled Sterling Silver with a layer of 18 karat gold on top. The thickness of this gold layer varies from 0.25 to 1 micron for Gold Plated and at least 2.5 microns for Gold Vermeil jewelry.


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Gold plated vs Gold vermeil

Although it is not visible to the naked eye, there is a difference between Gold Plated and Gold Vermeil jewelry. From the chosen base material to the thickness of the gold layer (measured in microns), we're here to explain.

What is the difference between Gold plated and Gold vermeil

Both Gold Plated Sterling Silver and Gold Vermeil jewelry are made using a plating technique. This means that a layer of gold (yes, real gold and in our case 18 karat) is applied over a base material. For Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, the base material can in principle be anything, over which a thin layer of gold is applied. In this way affordable gold colored jewelry can be made, because the base material is a lot cheaper than Solid Gold. Just like standard Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, Gold Vermeil jewelry consists of a base material over which a layer of gold is applied. However, to be considered Gold Vermeil, the base material must always be Sterling Silver and the gold layer must be at least 2.5 microns. Just like our Gold Plated Sterling Silver jewelry, our Gold Vermeil jewelry consists of always recycled Sterling Silver with a layer of 18 carat gold on top. The thickness of this gold layer varies from 0.25 to 1 micron for Gold Plated and a minimum of 2.5 micron for Gold Vermeil jewelry.