Keira (Gold) - dainty minimalist layering 14kt gold-filled beaded bracelet


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gold fill, gold filled

This versatile bracelet features a beautiful 14kt gold-filled curb chain, scattered with dainty gold beads. Feminine and delicate, this piece is perfect for everyday wear. Looks great layered with other pieces. Makes a great gift!

+ gold beads measure 1mm
+ 14k gold-filled satellite curb chain
+ choose your own length from 6-8"

*Last photo shows our matching Kate necklace.

All of the findings and components used in creating this piece are gold-filled (not brass or gold-plated) and will last a lifetime with proper care. Please read the FAQ under our Shop Policies for more info.

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From United States
Returns and exchanges accepted
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Meet MerakiHandmade



Los Angeles, California

We make gift-giving easy! All jewelry orders arrive in our signature gift packaging and is included free of charge. If you would like to include a special note, let me know so I can include it for that extra loving touch!
Wholesale purchasing is available for most jewelry items. Minimum purchase required. Please contact me for wholesale inquiries.
If you see something you like but prefer a different color/style of chain, charms, or beads, please convo me! I will do my best to accommodate your custom requests!
No, gold plating is a minuscule layer of solid gold applied to a brass base. The plating does not compose any measurable proportion of the product’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.
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
Cardboard, paper and certain dyes leach fumes that damage silver. Moisture is also a factor. Silver should be stored in a zip-seal bag in a wooden, stone or plastic box somewhere other than your bathroom. To protect it from perfumes and lotions, make it the last thing you put on in the morning, and the first thing you take off at night. If it is a piece you don't wear daily, wipe it down with a soft dry cloth before storing it to remove any body oils. Also be aware that things like rubber and latex will actually burn your silver, even through several layers of plastic, so keep them as far apart from each other as possible.


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