The ornate Harbinger ‘resizable’ ring is ‘Made to Order’ using 925 sterling silver. Dress your knuckle bones with this dreadful skull art and embrace the dark.
Harbinger 925 Sterling Silver Ring
The Harbinger 925 sterling silver biker rings are ‘Made to Order’ by our dedicated team of designers and ring-smiths who are based in Indonesia, Japan and China. We also receive stock from carefully selected and proven producers of quality jewellery from our preferred Asian suppliers. Delivery times can vary from between 15 to 20 days depending on ring production time, delivery location and production back-log. We are dedicated to delivering your order as swiftly as possible.
– Metal Type: 925 Sterling Silver.
– Item Weight: 1.64g
– Surface Width: 4mm.
– Style: Celtic Knot.
– Item Type: Wedding, Engagement, Eternity, Promise.
– Colour: Silver.
This product is made-to-order, therefore; it will take between 15 to 20 days to produce, quality check and deliver.
ABOUT STERLING SILVER
Sterling silver only requires hallmarking if TOTALLING over 7.78 grams in weight.
Although sterling silver is mixed with other metals, it looks the same as lustrous fine silver, which is part of the reason that copper is the most popular metal to mix with silver. Copper gives the alloy maximum durability without affecting its stunning tone. If you’re concerned that sterling silver won’t retain the same shining glow and colour of fine silver, you can put your worries aside — even to a trained jeweller, it’s not easy to tell the two metals apart by appearance alone.
Sterling silver has all of pure silver’s beauty without its weakness. Able to hold its shape, sterling silver has been formed into everything from intricate serving platters to diamond tiaras. It allows silver to be used, not just admired.
The easiest way to tell if a piece is sterling silver is to look for a quality stamp. According to international standards, all sterling silver should be marked with a quality or fineness stamp, which clearly states the precious metal content of the jewellery. Common sterling silver markers include:
– Sterling silver
Typically, you can rely on the mark to tell you the exact silver content of your piece. If you’re sceptical, there are a few ways to test the silver content of your jewellery. One way is to hold it up to a magnet — sterling silver should not be magnetic. If the piece strongly sticks to a magnet, it can’t be silver.
Sterling silver is the least expensive of the precious metals, making it a more affordable option for those who want high-quality, beautiful jewellery without a painful price tag.
CLEANING STERLING SILVER JEWELRY
Tarnishing is a chemical reaction that gradually darkens and dulls metals. Exposure to sulphur in air and water creates a coating of tarnish on the surface of the metal, resulting in a loss of brightness and shine. Sterling silver is more sensitive to air and water than fine silver, which makes it prone to tarnishing. While sterling silver is more functional than pure silver, it requires a little more care to stay in pristine condition. If your beautiful sterling silver piece begins to show signs of tarnishing, don’t worry — sterling silver is easy to clean!
Take special care never to wear your jewellery when cleaning or applying makeup, fixing your hair, using household chemicals, showering or even washing your hands with unknown content soaps. You cannot insure that the cleaning agents you are using are chemical free.
We recommend using a polishing cloth that has been specially treated to contain rouge, or a polishing compound, that brings back that beautiful lustre. It’s easy to use and if you do it on a regular basis, say once a week if you wear a piece regularly, and less frequently if you have an item stored.
The first thing we recommend is that you use a natural soap for a gentle washing by creating a lather in your hands and then add your jewellery piece and rub it around between your hands. Rinse with warm water and dry with a soft cotton cloth. After drying completely, store in airtight bag.
About storing your jewellery, please don’t place it in your jewellery box without first putting it in an airtight plastic bag. Any bag will do, even a zip lock sandwich bag. It’s not the look of the bag that matters, it’s the function and when you keep air away from your sterling items it reduces the frequency of tarnish.
A little word of warning, polishing cloths are not recommended for silver or gold plated items and you will not want to rub the cloth over any gemstones but rather only apply it to sterling silver metal. On the subject of gemstones, be careful when it comes to exposing your gemstones to liquids. Some stones are more porous than others and exposing them long term to liquids will cause damage.
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