Here it is!
18K WHITE GOLD GF SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL LOVE HEART PENDANT NECKLACE!!
Show that special person you love them!!
Whether it's for a birthday, anniversary, mothers day or any other special day you will put a smile on anyone's face.
Comes complete with FREE Bonus Velvet Bag and GP Chain!!
Question and Answers
Q1 Do I get a jewelry bag?
A1 YES FREE BONUS Velvet Jewelry Bag included
Q2 Is this made of solid gold?
A2 No - But it is the next best alternative called Gold filled. Gold filled is the next level and is an amazing, quality alternative to solid gold. Gold filled is an actual layer of gold-pressure bonded to another metal. Gold filled is much more valuable and is tarnish resistant compared to cheaper gold plating which can tend to tarnish and can often turn the skin green.
Q3 How do i care for gold filled jewelry?
A3 Caring for gold filled items is as easy as caring for any gold jewelry. simply keep away from chemicals, clean regularly with mildly sudsy water, rinse well and pat dry with a non-scratching cloth. polish gently with a jewelry polishing cloth. Do not wear your jewelry in hot tubs and swimming pools. Take jewelry off when using laundry or cleaning products. NEVER, NEVER clean it with bleach.
Q4 Is gold-filled the same as gold plate?
A4 No, gold plating is a miniscule layer of solid gold applied to a brass base. The plating does not compose any measurable proportion of the productâ€™s total weight. It is estimated to be 0.05% or less of the metal product. Gold plating will wear off rather quickly and expose the brass base product. It does not stand up to heat, water or wear over time. By comparison, gold-filled contains 5% gold by weight; moreover, all the gold is on the surface which offers product protection from tarnish and wear
Q5 Can gold-filled tarnish?
A5 Yes it can, but it takes a rare set of circumstances. Gold-filled is usually a lifetime product because the gold layer bonded to the brass core is quite thick. However, in rare instances of extreme sulfide exposure the gold-filled can blacken. This has only occurred a handful of times over our decades of gold-filled use. Foreign transit through extremely polluted shipping docks in a few countries has caused the product to blacken on several occasions. The only domestic cases we have had were products stored in nail salons with high levels of chemical sulfide fumes and due to a fire where the structure was filled with smoke and all the gold-filled in the building turned black. These are extreme conditions that are unlikely to happen to most end users. However, it has made me think twice about breathing the air in nail salons. Usually, gold filled just requires light surface cleaning with an untreated cloth or mild soapy water.