Gold Vermeil, whilst similar to gold plating, has some key differences
that make it distinctive.

Vermeil is a technique originating in the 19th century, where gold was applied to Sterling Silver. (As apposed to gold plating which is on
a base metal like copper or brass.)

Gold vermeil is also made through the gold plating technique, but requires a thicker layer of gold.
In this case, the gold layer must be above 2.5 microns.

All Sharlala Jewellery has between
3 – 7 microns applied.

Available in solid 9ct or 18ct by request.

All pieces of jewellery purchased from Sharlala Jewellery is hand made and beautifully crafted with careful consideration. Imperfections and maker marks are something to cherish and admire. Each piece will be truly unique.

In a world of over consumption and fast fashion landfill jewellery, you can be assured each item will be made just for you. They may have subtle variations and differences from the photos you see here. Particularly metal and gemstone colours can vary slightly, especially with different device screens.

Sizing is as accurate as possible within reason due to the organic shapes.