Gold-filled necklace with two complementary ripples along a glimmering chain.
This is a special jewelry alloy that usually uses copper and zinc in varying proportions. Brass, unlike silver, is not considered a precious metal. However, it is much stronger than silver, because jewelry made from it is more wear-resistant.
58.3% pure gold in alloy. Sufficiently durable material with medium color intensity. The most widely used alloy in jewelry.
The most durable method of applying gold, since its layer on the base metal is 5-10 times thicker than conventional gold-plating. Such a product will last more than 10 years before you find traces of the base metal under it.
About Annika Inez
Annika Inez is a Nordic designer based in New York. Her minimalist designs emphasize the importance of jewellery in everyday life. Drawn to minimalist landscapes, she creates objects with quietude and negative space juxtaposed with her loud and busy New York life. “I have always been interested in both style and art. A couple of things made me go into the jewellery world, a bit of chance and a love for what jewellery can represent, expression of personality, emotions, and memories.
Sustainability Annika says, "We work with small jewellers and artisans located in New York City, who make each piece by hand, and an overseas factory comprising a small workforce of artisans and designers. To ensure that our jewelry is as durable as it is beautiful, we use only high-quality materials with integrity. Our materials are sourced from the finest suppliers, who insist on the highest quality. Each gemstone is handpicked and carefully set. Our advanced technology ensures that our precious metals are sound and reliable."
We love Annika Inez for ideal clean shapes, harmonious volumes and high-quality products that will allow them to be worn for a long time.