12k Gold Filled Orb Stacking Ring
Our 12k Gold Filled Silver Orb Stacking Ring is the perfect addition to your jewellery ring collection. Made from solid 925 Sterling Silver and then filled with 12k Gold, the ring is has a delicate and simple design, featuring interconnected drops. This Gold Filled ring has a high percentage of Gold and thus should remain Gold in colour for many years to come. This ring is perfect for everyday wear, to wear alone or for stacking with other rings. A great gift for a loved one or just a treat for yourself!
Your jewellery order will arrive in a luxury Coates & Warner suede pouch and gift box which you’ll be able to open and close before gifting. Our packaging does not contain tarnish-accelerating chemicals and will keep your jewellery bright, shiny, and tarnish-free for longer.
Size: Ring Width 2mm
Material: Solid 925 Sterling Silver with a 12k Gold Filled layer
Care Instructions: After a jewellery purchase has been made, you will receive an automated email from us with our jewellery care guide. You can also find this handy guide here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Gold Filled mean?
Gold Filled jewellery is composed of a solid layer of gold which is mechanically bonded to the base material of the product. Typically, 5% of the weight of the item is Gold. Gold Filled jewellery has a much higher percentage of Gold than Gold Plated jewellery and will last for a longer period of time.
Will the Gold Filled finish wear off over time?
Gold Filled jewellery will often last and look its best for a long period of time. Due to the thickness of the Gold on the ring, it will take a long time for the finish to wear and show the base material below. Please note, in very rare instances of extreme sulfide exposure the Gold finish can blacken.
How do I clean my Gold Filled ring?
To remove tarnish from your Gold Filled jewellery, we recommend using a soft cloth or polishing cloth that contains an anti-tarnishing agent. Do not use kitchen roll, tissues or paper towels to clean your jewellery, the paper fibres could potentially scratch the Gold finish. With the polishing cloth in your hand, use a back and forth motion to rub the jewellery to polish. Do not rub in a circular motion, this will only highlight any scratches in the Gold layer. Polishing is a great way to maintain and brighten your jewellery and will remove any dirt or grime that has built up. You can find our jewellery care guide here.