More About Gold and Silver
Silver is the most reflective and affordable of the precious metals. Its lower price permits bold, innovative looks. "Sterling silver" refers to the standard of quality for jewelry containing 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper. We use sterling silver elements in our pieces as noted.
Pure (100%) gold is too soft, and is usually mixed with other metal alloys (silver, copper, nickel and zinc) to make it stronger and more durable for jewelry.
The karat of gold indicates the amount of pure gold in the metal. The higher the karat, the higher the percentage of pure gold in the metal. For example, pure gold is classified as 24kt.
What is the difference between yellow, white, & rose gold?
Pure gold (which is always yellow) is too soft for making jewelry. The metal alloys that are mixed with pure gold for strength can also modify the resulting color to produce different shades of yellow, white, and pink gold. White gold was originally developed to imitate platinum, and usually contains 25% nickel and zinc.
Ring Sizing Chart
Shipping and Return Policy
All Crush Stackable items are hand-made by our in-house goldsmith and come with a 6-month warranty against manufacturing defects. Instances of normal wear and tear are not guaranteed under this warranty.
We offer no guarantee against manufacturer defects/normal wear and tear on previously owned items. However, these items are subject to the 7-day return policy as outlined below.
Pre-owned items are subject to a 7-day return policy to receive a full refund. Return requests made after 7 days will convert to a store credit. All returns must be in new, unworn condition and accompanied by original packaging. Return postage is to be paid at the buyer's expense.
We will ship all purchases within 7 business days via USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate shipping service. The current cost for this service is $5.25 USD. Please let us know if your item(s) are being purchased as a gift and we will gladly gift wrap them for you at no extra charge.
Have a question before you order? Feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.