Accessories for well-dressed gentlemen. Made in the USA, and backed by a lifetime guarantee. The engraving brings a personal touch to any gift,
Please put the initials of the person these items are for in the initial box and complete the "who is this item for" section. Fonts for initials will read with the letters as follows; first name, middle name, last name. Fonts for monograms will read with the letters as follows; first name, last name/larger letter and middle name.If the "who is this item for" full name does not fit in the space allowed please spell it out completely in the comments section.
Size 11/16" diameter
“sterling silver.” The standard is 92.5% pure silver, alloyed with other metals and remains in effect today. The remainder of the alloy is typically copper, which is added for its hardness. Sterling silver jewelry sold in the United States should be stamped “.925” or “sterling” to indicate the metal content.
Vermeil (pronounced “vermay”) refers to a sterling silver piece that has been coated with a heavy layer of gold. This is done by putting a negative charge on the sterling silver piece, and then immersing it in a positively charged solution that contains gold in a suspended state.
We abide by the definitions set forth by the Federal Trade Commission, whose standards require at least 100 millionths of an inch (or 2.5 microns) of gold of at least 10k fineness (we use gold of 24k fineness) to be deposited onto a piece in order to use the term “vermeil.” Standard gold electroplating requires 7 millionths of an inch (or .175 microns), so vermeil is a layer of gold that is more than 14 times thicker than that.
For more information on jewelry standards, you can read “Guides for the Jewelry, Precious Metals, and Pewter Industries” at www.ftc.gov.
Engraving has been blackened to enhance photography. The actual engraving will not be black in color.
No gift wrapping available.