Have you worn a ring you love, but then take it off and find a green mark left behind? You don't have to worry about that with our rings and here is why:
Why do rings turn your fingers green when wearing certain metals? It can be a sign of inexpensive metals reacting with your skin. Read what we learned from Spoon University:
"The reason your skin turns green is actually a normal reaction from the copper in your ring. Copper is a metal that's used for a lot of rings, especially really cheap ones. So, like any other copper, the metal reacts with either the product on your fingers or just your fingers themselves." Spoon University
With Starlette Galleria though you don't have to worry about that green finger! We have thought of everything to bring you the best quality that everyone can afford.
Reasons why Starlette Galleria rings don't turn your finger green:
1. Quality Materials. Our rings start with a certified 925 sterling silver. This type of silver is very high quality because of the high percentage of silver. It is the perfect balance of silver, with a great hardness factor. In comparison, pieces that are pure silver are softer and end up easily damaged or misshaped.
2. Plated. All of our rings are plated to prevent tarnishing and green fingers or other markings. Starlette Galleria rings are plated with pure gold or rhodium which is a component of real gold. This plating is the portion of the ring that has contact with your finger. This plated barrier will keep your fingers free of markings and greening.
We have taken every measure to deliver the highest quality ring that won't break your bank!!!