Kentucky Gold Logo Earrings with Blue Geode

Regular price $175.00 Save $-175.00
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DETAILS: 

  • 24k Gold Plated Brass
    (FYI- All gold plating is not created equal; TeamRLN uses a thick coating of 24k gold to produce a finish that is beautiful, shiny, and wears well over time.)
  • Hand-Hammered Finish
    (FYI- This means each piece was carefully hammered by a skilled jewelry professional to create a texture that is truly an artisan finish. Each pair takes between 10-15 minutes to complete the hammering process by hand. The texture is not machine-made, stamped, or embossed...it's a true hand-hammer, which we love and believe is important to the integrity of our brand.)
  • This design features a blue geode that has been electroplated on the back with 18k gold
    (FYI- Geodes are raw stones that are natural in their shape and size, therefore each geode will be one of a kind. The shape, color saturation, and size of the geode will be unique.)
  • Measures 3 inches in length
  • Q: "How heavy are they?" 
    A: Our gold styles are comparable in weight to a large pair of Kendra Scott earrings. They have some weight to them but they do not bother most people. If your ears are sensitive, we suggest purchasing a pair of "school colors" earrings instead of gold because they weight almost nothing! Every time someone picks them up they always say, "WOW- these are SO LIGHT!" 
  • Comes with a TeamRLN polishing cloth & velvet earring pouch for storage 
  • Officially licensed collegiate product

PRODUCT CARE: 

To make sure your jewelry stays in beautiful condition, please do the following: 

    1. Store your earrings in the velvet earring pouch that you received with your purchase 
    2. If your gold finish needs polishing, please use the TeamRLN polishing cloth that you received with your purchase (or a microfiber cloth that will not scratch the finish of your jewelry)
    3. Do not spray hairspray or perfume on your earrings 
    4. Do not swim or exercise in your earrings 
    5. Do not use jewelry cleaner or any kind of chemicals on your jewelry; if a polishing cloth is not getting them clean, use mild hand soap and water, then blot dry with a microfiber towel