Beaded Golden Studs
beaded gold studs from the Coral Collection. The collection is inspired by the arbitrary formations of the marine animals. The irregularly arranged little beads create lively, vibrant shapes and surfaces - the jewelry itself is reminiscent of small, shimmering creatures. This collection pays tribute to the abundant habitat of the underwater beings which thrive in hidden vast world beneath.
Gold-plated 925 Sterling Silver
*The studs also come in pale silver and in oxidized silver.
each earring is approx. Ø 7 mm
The original piece was molded in wax and then poured into a negative mould in silver. This process is called 'lost wax casting' as nothing of the original wax body remains, but the finished piece consists only of sterling silver. Both earrings are slightly different from each other. All our jewelry pieces are handmade in our Berlin atelier. Each piece comes in a black CIRER jewelry box.
Maintaining Gold-plated Jewelry
Gold plated jewelry has undergone a particular surface treatment and requires a very careful handling. Do not use abrasive methods to clean
these pieces (including jewelry cloths) as this may remove the surface coating. The best way to clean these pieces is to carefully rub them lengthwise with a soft cloth (cotton jersey) in one direction. If they remain dull or have a residue, you can carefully soak them in warm soapy water and gently move your fingers across the surface. To finish, rinse them thoroughly and pat dry (do not rub). Over the course of time the surface will get a patina, which some people love as it gives the piece a unique character. However, each piece can be restored to its original look by repeating the surface treatment. If you are interested, please contact us. In order to support the longevity of your jewelry, avoid contact with humidity. Remove your jewelry before bathing, showering or swimming. Store your valuable jewelry in jewelry cases. Avoid contact with moisturizers, perfumes, hair care products and body care products, as they can accelerate the tarnishing process. Always remove your gold plated pieces when you come into contact with the aforementioned chemicals.