A wheat chain bracelet is a type of jewelry chain known for its intricate and unique design, resembling the appearance of stalks of wheat or grains bundled together. This chain style is characterized by a series of twisted oval or figure-eight-shaped links that are braided or woven together, creating a pattern that resembles a wheat stalk.
The links in a wheat chain are typically intricately woven, featuring four strands that are intertwined and twisted in a way that forms a distinctive and textured pattern. This design gives the chain both strength and flexibility while showcasing a visually appealing and detailed look.
Wheat chain bracelets are popular choices for their elegance and durability. They come in various widths and sizes, offering options for different preferences and styles. These bracelets can be crafted from various metals such as gold (yellow, white, or rose), sterling silver, or other precious metals, providing versatility and suitability for different occasions and personal tastes.
We use 14k solid gold for our bracelets which offers the perfect blend between durability, price, and richness.
"Hollow gold" refers to the inside of the jewelry piece being empty or having open space instead of being solid throughout. This allows the jewelry to be lighter, more comfortable and cheaper (since there is less gold) while maintaining all the benefits of solid gold jewelry
14 karat gold refers to an alloy of gold that contains 58.3% pure gold by weight. The karat (or carat) measurement is used to denote the purity of gold in jewelry.
Pure gold is too soft to be used in most jewelry-making without being mixed with other metals, so it's often alloyed with other metals to increase its strength and durability. In the case of 14 karat gold, it consists of 58.3% pure gold combined with other metals like copper, silver, or zinc.
The remaining portion of the alloy (41.7%) consists of these other metals, which contribute to the gold's color, strength, and other properties. 14 karat gold is known for its balance between purity and durability, making it a popular choice for various types of jewelry, including earrings, rings, necklaces, and bracelets.
14k two-tone gold refers to a type of gold alloy used in jewelry that combines two different colors of gold. The composition of this alloy consists of 58.3% pure gold and 41.7% other metals.
The two-tone aspect comes from combining pure gold with different metals to achieve distinct colors. For example, to create a two-tone effect, yellow gold (which is the natural color of pure gold) is combined with another metal, often palladium, silver, nickel, or zinc, to produce a contrasting color such as white gold or rose gold.
The 14k denotes the gold purity, indicating that the alloy is composed of 58.3% pure gold and 41.7% other metals. This specific ratio maintains the durability and strength of the gold while allowing for the addition of different metals to create the desired two-tone effect.
Two-tone gold jewelry, such as rings, earrings, or bracelets, crafted with 14k gold alloy, offers a beautiful contrast between the different gold colors, providing versatility in design and allowing for unique and eye-catching jewelry pieces.
To determine your bracelet size, you can use our bracelet size guide which comes with a kit on how to get your bracelet size, or measure your wrist circumference using a flexible measuring tape or a piece of string, and then compare it to our sizing chart.
Solid gold bracelets are made entirely of gold (in and out) while gold-filled and gold-plated bracelets are made with a base metal (on the inside) and coated with gold on the outside. All our jewelry is made with real solid gold, specifically in 10k and 14k gold. We do not sell plated or gold-filled jewelry.
Yes, we offer a satisfaction guarantee on all our products in addition to a 90 day warranty. This means that if you are unhappy with your jewelry we will give a you a free return and complete refund or if your jewelry is damaged we will repair it free of charge.
Yes, you can wear your gold bracelet everyday if you so choose. However, to ensure that it lasts as long as possible without tarnishing, you should avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals and learn how to care for it.
The price range for gold bracelets depends on the purity, weight and design. Ours range from $181 to $8000+ due to the varying designs and amount of gold used in each piece. However, some of our gold bracelets are also encrusted and embedded with diamonds which also adds to the price.
To clean and maintain your gold bracelet, you can use a mild soap and warm water, and gently scrub it with a soft bristle brush. You should also avoid exposing your gold bracelet to harsh chemicals, store it separately to avoid scratches, purchase insurance if it is valuable, and have your jewelry checked once a year by a professional jeweler.
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