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What is "Gold Filled"?

What is "Gold Filled"?

What is "Gold Filled"? As you've noticed, our gold and rose gold rings and spinners are called "gold filled" on our site. So? What is it? Well. gold filled wire is not, in fact, filled with gold. That would be too easy.  Here's how our friends at Lat & Lo describe it: Gold-filled is constructed in two or three layers. The core metal is jewelers’ brass. A gold alloy is then bonded to one or both surfaces of the brass core with heat and pressure. Unlike plated (aka electroplated or "dipped") metals, Gold-filled is legally required to contain 5% or...

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Print Plates

Print Plates

This is an awesome stack of print plates! They are placed in the rolling mill, print side up with silver base metal on top. They are rolled through simultaneously. When they come out the other side, the base ring is printed with your favorite design, and then ready to be cut to size and made circular! Woohooo!Photo Courtesy: Jasmine Jackson@JAXbyJasmineJAXbyJasmine.com

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About Our Silver

About Our Silver

Our Jewelry is made entirely by hand at 22 Degrees Studio in Denver, Co. Naomi, owner of 22 Degrees and co-founder or RingSpin.me, crafts every piece using no automation, and only traditional and contemporary techniques. The base band for all of our spinner rings is Sterling Silver 925. Sterling Silver is a mixture of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of an alloy metal, often copper. The metal is alloyed because pure silver is even softer than gold and will oxidize much more quickly. Wikipedia provides the following bizarre explanation as one of the etymologies of the word "sterling": Another argument...

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(ear)Ring(s) of the Week

(ear)Ring(s) of the Week

This Week's Ring of the Week: Earrings Get it? Earrings. Ear. Rings. Please don't let my bad puns stop you from loving our new line! These suckers are only available until Sunday May 28th... That's only like 5 days from now. We set these free on our newsletter (subscribe here!) on Monday, so there are only a fraction of the original quantity left!  Check Out All 5 Styles of Earrings:

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We hate to be repetitive, but...

We've brought back the Rose Pattern for the week. When we say it's back by popular demand, we really mean *demand*.    

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