Collection: Gold Vermeil

Gold Vermeil, pronounced "ver-may," is a captivating material that combines the elegance of silver with the luxury of gold. In the process of creating Gold Vermeil, the gold portion must be at least 10 carats, and depending on the thickness of the piece, it can range up to 14, 18, or even 24 carats.

Pronounced "ver-may," this material appears, to the naked eye, virtually indistinguishable from pure gold. However, it is more affordable, offering a lustrous finish that can be polished to a high gloss or left to tarnish for a vintage aesthetic.

Notably, in Gold Vermeil jewelry, the base metal utilized is sterling silver, a preferred option for those with skin allergies to other base metals. The sterling silver base is then generously gold-plated, often with a coating up to 50% thicker than that of a traditional gold-plated piece. This meticulous process ensures a high-quality and durable finish, making Gold Vermeil a sought-after choice for those seeking the perfect blend of sophistication and affordability in their jewelry.