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Happily Ever After Bracelet

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Description & Specs

With an air of whimsy and grace, our Happily Ever After Bracelet is the perfect piece for any romantic’s jewelry box. Three petite gold leaf clusters sit along this delicate chain, with white topaz sparkles featured at the center.

The Finer Points:

  • 14k Solid Yellow Gold
  • Featuring Round White Topaz Stones
  • 7.5 Inches Length, Adjustable to 6.5 Inches
  • 1.15 Grams Solid Gold
  • Crafted in Vicenza, Italy

Materials

With a high resistance to scratching, 10k solid gold is the perfect option for those who lead an active lifestyle. Plus, it’s still superior in quality and value to gold plated, gold vermeil and gold-filled pieces — really, there’s no comparison. 10 of its 24 parts are pure gold (41.7%), making it a lot tougher than 14k and 18k gold. Verify your piece’s quality by looking for a stamp on it that reads “10k” or “417.”
14k solid gold is one of the most popular choices for everyday fine jewelry because it offers an exceptional balance of wearability and luxury. 14 of its 24 parts are pure gold which makes it stronger and more resistant to scratching than 18k gold. Look for a “14k” or “585” stamp on your piece, which represents a composition of 58.5% gold.
If you’re looking for the purest, most glamorous gold jewelry to wear on a daily basis, our 18k solid gold pieces should catch your eye. It’s made up of 75% pure gold which you can verify by locating an “18K” or “750” stamp on the piece.

The Solid Gold Difference

Responsible Sourcing

We proudly source all of our gold from members of the prestigious Responsible Jewelry Council, the highest global jewelry industry standard for business ethics and responsible supply chains.

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