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ROSE GOLD VERMEIL BLACK CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET HEART BRACELET

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £35.00
ROSE GOLD VERMEIL BLACK CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET HEART BRACELET
ROSE GOLD VERMEIL BLACK CUBIC ZIRCONIA SET HEART BRACELET

Rose Gold Vermeil heart bracelet with black Cubic Zirconia. Nothing says "I love you" more simply than this heart shape piece! 7.5", can be shortened.
Delicate yet edgy, minimalist design. Also available in Sterling Silver, and matching pieces are also available to order; a necklace and stud earrings.

Vermeil is the name given to Gold-plated Silver.  Depending on how the jewellery is cared for and what chemicals and elements it comes in contact with, Vermeil should retain its golden look for  0several years. However, over time, as with all plating, eventually the coating will begin to wear and the Silver underneath will be seen. Although you will be left with what is still a precious metal item, if you wish to preserve the plating, avoid household detergents, particularly chlorine which can be present in tap water; remove your jewellery before swimming, bathing or showering. It is a simple matter to have items re-plated.

The modern indented red heart has been used on playing cards since the late 15th century. The aorta remains visible, as a protrusion at the top centre between the two "chambers" indicated in the symbol, in some depictions of the Sacred Heart well into the 18th century, and is partly still shown today (although mostly obscured by elements such as a crown, flames, rays, or a cross) but the "hearts" suit did not have this element since the 15th century. Since the 19th century, the symbol has often been used on Valentine's Day cards, chocolates, and similar popular culture artefacts as a symbol of romantic love. Heart symbols were used to symbolize "health" or "lives" in video games; influentially so in The Legend of Zelda (1986) and Minecraft (2009).  Since the 1990s, the heart symbol has also been used as an ideogram indicating health outside of the video gaming context, e.g. its use by restaurants to indicate heart-healthy nutrient content claim (e.g. "low in cholesterol").

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