VVS Cubic Zirconia Diamonds
Cubic zirconia (also known as CZ) is similar to a diamond with its brilliance and crystal clarity, but it is a synthesized (man-made) crystalline material that is colorless, hard, and flawless. We choose CZ Diamonds for many reasons. It has more flashes of color, higher clarity and durability, and with virtually zero visual difference, they are the best alternative to real diamonds.
18K Gold, White Gold and Rose Gold
All of our pieces are made using real 18K Gold, 18K White Gold or 18K Rose Gold 5x PVD plated, the highest quality plating available. Gold plated jewelry items are exactly as they sound. A strong durable metal on the inside with real 18K gold plating on the outside. The result is stronger than solid gold items and lasts much longer. Gold plating can range between 0.17 to 2.5 microns thick. All of Golden Grail's pieces are 2.1 micron thick or higher.
925 Sterling Silver
925 Sterling Silver is the real deal. It gets the name from it's 92.5% pure silver alloy, the highest purity silver used for jewelry. We offer 925 Sterling Silver as the base metal (solid silver) for some select pieces. Note these pieces are more expensive, as 925 Sterling Silver is a rare and expensive metal.Proper Care Instructions
Our pieces are extremely durable, but you should still take proper care of your jewelry.
Follow these simple steps to ensure your product last as long as possible:
- Avoid any moisture, including sweat, showers, pools, oceans etc.
- Take your jewelry off while doing activities that are potentially high-impact.
- Avoid hairspray, cologne, body spray, lotion, makeup, etc.
- After wearing your piece of jewelry, wipe it down with a dry micro fiber cloth to remove skin oils
- Avoid chemicals like chlorine (found in pools), acids, or jewelry cleaners.
*With products that contain either brass or copper, wearing copper jewelry can turn your skin green due to chemical reactions. This is completely normal! To prevent simply coat your jewelry with clear nail polish and keep away from water. The reason your skin turns green is a normal reaction to copper.