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GLAMIRA Men's Earring Konsta

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  • Established roots in jewellery trade
  • Direct from the source
  • Long term cooperation with reliable suppliers for ethical sources.
  • Advantage of operating online
  • No stocks - Get what you like, not what we have
  • In-house experts
  • No hidden charges

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$259.00
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60 Day Return Policy

  Estimated delivery time : Wednesday, 04 Aug

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Item no. konsta
Comfort Fit No
Solid Yes

Details

General
Item no. konsta
Comfort Fit No
Solid Yes
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NUMBER OF REVIEWS
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  •  Free Engraving
  •  Free Gift Box
  •  Anonymous Packaging Option
ADDITIONAL BENEFITS WITH THIS PURCHASE
  • 60 Day Return Policy

    60 Day Return Policy We are committed to your satisfaction. Engraved or non-engraved; if you are not happy with your choice, return it in original condition within 60 days.

  • 60 Day Resizing Policy

    60 Day Resizing Policy Great things start with little details. GLAMIRA will assist you with keeping the secret of a surprise and resize your ring, one time, free of charge within the first 60 days of receipt.

  • Lifetime Warranty

    Lifetime Warranty We stand behind the quality of our jewellery and provide lifetime warranty for all of our products. Every order is made and treated with care by our experts, from the very first second. Enjoy the quality of professional masterpiece and feel confident that your unique design jewelry will last a lifetime.

  • 100% Satisfaction Oriented Customer Support

    100% Satisfaction Oriented Customer Support GLAMIRA customer support team is happy to assist you throughout one of the most beautiful moments in your life. Our mission is your satisfaction; take your time to discover that perfect design, while we take care of everything else.

  • Custom Made Jewellery

    Custom Made Jewellery Your special occasion is the most important thing to us and we understand how crucial it is to be ready for it. Devote your energy to choose a perfect masterpiece jewelry, and GLAMIRA will create it especially for you.
    Your purchase will also include a free fancy gift box, designed by professionals, because every little detail matters.

  • Fast Delivery

    Fast Delivery The timing is the keyword when it comes to organising a surprise for proposal or a wedding. GLAMIRA is proud to offer one of the fastest production and shipping time frames in the market.
    We also offer free delivery to all orders. Furthermore, if you would like to keep your order as a surprise, simply select the option of anonymous packaging during the checkout and we will send your product in plain packaging with no GLAMIRA logo on it.

  • Authenticity Certificates for Brilliants and Gemstones

    Authenticity Certificates for Brilliants and Gemstones Expert in-house gemologists carefully inspect all GLAMIRA diamonds & gemstones before they issue certificates for them. Every order comes with a certificate. If you are interested in GIA (Gemological Institute of America) certified diamonds, our customer support team will be more than happy to assist you.

  • Allergy-Free Material

    Allergy-Free Material The finest quality metals and stones used in our production are allergy-free. When it comes to wearing jewelry, comfort is as important as the jewelry itself. Our goal is to make sure that your personalized, unique design jewelry not only looks good, but also feels comfortable.

  • Years of Experience

    Years of Experience Due to many years of professional attitude and striving to constantly improve our work, GLAMIRA has spread through many countries and have departments all around the world. Ordering from us assures a piece of jewellery that shows dedication to the field and years of experience.

  • Founded in Heilbronn - Germany, delivering top quality since 2008

    Founded in Heilbronn - Germany, delivering top quality since 2008 GLAMIRA roots established in Germany makes us different from other jewelers because of two main keywords: quality and punctuality. Established and tested processes throughout years of professionalism and disciplinary allow us to offer top quality service and jewelery.

  • Direct from the source

    Direct from the source All gemstones and jewelry. Every step in a typical retail model influences the final price of the product. We are the manufacturer, covering all the phases involved in the process, from the very first touch of pen on the paper, till the product is handed to a courier. By refraining from dealers, importers, wholesalers and high street stores we are able to bring massive savings to our customers.

  • Conflict free diamonds, gemstones and metals

    Conflict free diamonds, gemstones and metals Precious metals and stones are often mined under horrendous conditions around the world. At GLAMIRA we guarantee that all diamonds, gemstones and metals used in the production of our jewellery are conflict free, originating from ethical sources and violence free regions in compliance with the Kimberley Process.

GLAMIRA Logo inside

Every Glamira brand ring is engraved inside with our logo, as shown in the picture. Choose whether you´d like our logo engraved inside the band.

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CHAIN LENGTH

Our bracelets for children are with adjustable chains that you can modify in accordance with the age of the child. The chain length can be adapted between 9-12 cm and 12-15 cm.

You may refer to the chart below for a basic guideline to bracelet sizes for different age groups. Please note that this is an approximate measurement and the actual length that you need may vary depending on your child’s wrist measurement and your choice of a tight fit or loose fit.

  • 0-6 Age
  • 9-12 cm
  • 6-13 Age
  • 12-15 cm
SELECT QUANTITY
This product is available as a single earring and as a pair of earrings. Please note that if you select the pair option you will receive two identical earrings.
Gemstone Quality
Each gemstone grading has different characteristics such as color and clarity, describing the quality of the gemstone.
Gemstone Quality
Colour (for Swarovski and other stones)
The precise colour can vary depending on the chemical composition of the diamond. The colour-grading scale for diamonds ranges from D to Z. The highest colour grade and the whitest stone available is a D colour diamond. It is also the rarest colour grade and have a higher value. Diamonds in the G to J colour range have a hint of body colour and are considered Near Colorless. Ideal colour for a diamond is generally considered as H colour.
Colour
Metal / Colour
Metal refers to the base material that is used to produce the jewellery. The colour is determined by the combination of the metal with the other alloying agents.
alloy
Metal / Colour
Black rhodium is a robust and stunning plating, applied to blacken the metal and to receive this signature look.
alloy
Center Stone:
Center stone is the primary stone on a jewellery. The carat of a center stone is larger than the other ones.
Stone 3:
Stone 3 consist of smaller complementary stones that emphasize the harmony of the center stone and accent stones.
Accent Stone:
Accent Stone is used to define the complementary or secondary stone(s) which are smaller in size generally but much more than stone 1 / gemstones.
Gemstone Clarity:
Gemstone clarity refers to the stone’s colour and clarity. The clarity for a gemstone depends on its type. The AAA clarity refers to very clean stones while the AA clarity refers to semi clean stones.
Stone Clarity
Carat:
Carat refers to the measure of diamonds and other gemstones.
Carat
Solid:
The term "Solid" indicates that the item is not hollow inside.
Solid
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Stone Shape:
The shape describes a diamond’s form and appearance, such as round, princess, emerald or oval. All of these shapes have different forms and attributes.
Stone Shape
Stone Shape:
The shape describes a diamond’s form and appearance, such as round or oval. All of these shapes have different forms and attributes.
Stone Shape
Gemstone Diameter:
A diameter (dimension) refers to actual appearance of a gemstone. Stone diameter is considered to measure the actual size of a gemstone better than a carat weight, due to the various cutting options.
Stone Diameter
Width:
The width refers to the measurement of the ring from one side to the other. You can measure how wide your ring is on your finger.
width
Thickness:
Ring thickness is measured in millimeters; vertically from the inside, against the finger, to the outside.
1.2 mm 1.4 mm 1.6 mm 1.8 mm 2.0 mm
Send my ring in average size:
If you don't know your ring size, you can select this option. We will produce and send your ring in the most common ring size. In the case this size will not be suitable for you, you can return your ring for free resizing within 60 days from the receipt of your product.
Stone Type:
It refers to the stones ranging from zirconia to diamond. It also includes their clarity and carat weights.
Surface:
It refers to the process of polishing, inlaying, granulation upon the facade of the shank.
Profile:
This refers to the wedding ring shapes including flat court, slight court and traditional court. Being flat on the outside and a light curve on the interior are typical characteristics of a flat court. Slight court refers to the ring profile which is slightly rounded on the inner and the outer court. Traditional court is a heavy rounded inner and outer ring court.
profile
Gift Box
All GLAMIRA products are sent in stylish gift boxes.
Gift Box/ Case
Gift Box
All GLAMIRA products are sent in stylish gift boxes.
Gift Box/ Case
Colour / Alloy:
It is a mixture of different metals. As the combination of different ratios of metals, alloys modifies the properties of pure metals to produce desirable characteristics. As to the precious metals such as gold, silver, palladium or platinum, the manufacturing takes usually place after the metals have already been alloyed. Mixture of different metals might be in different colours such as white, yellow, red etc.
alloy
Engraving
GLAMIRA uses the laser engraving technique, which results in a smooth finish on the product.
Engraving your item will not affect its eligibility for free resizing, lifetime warranty or repair.
engraving
Certification
certificationAll GLAMIRA products are sent with a certificate of authenticity by GLAMIRA. You can also choose to have your diamond certified by GIA or HRD. If you have a particular choice between GIA and HRD, please contact our customer support after you have placed your order.
Can't find your ring size here?
If you are not familiar with this ring size scale, tell us your size in any international ring size format and we will make it for you!
Can't find your ring size here?
Thickness
Ring thickness is measured in millimeters; vertically from the inside, against the finger, to the outside.
1.2 mm 1.4 mm 1.6 mm 1.8 mm 2.0 mm
Accent Colour
Enamel is basically a jewellery ornament applied with coloured glassy substance, translucent or opaque, fused to the surface of articles made of metal.
Accent Colour
Accent Colour
Enamel is basically a jewellery ornament applied with coloured glassy substance, translucent or opaque, fused to the surface of articles made of metal.
Accent Colour
Accent Colour
Enamel is basically a jewellery ornament applied with coloured glassy substance, translucent or opaque, fused to the surface of articles made of metal.
Accent Colour
Accent Colour
Enamel is basically a jewellery ornament applied with coloured glassy substance, translucent or opaque, fused to the surface of articles made of metal.
Accent Colour
Rhodium Plated

The white part of your jewellery will be produced from the original white metal and will be plated with rhodium for more luster.

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Find your bracelet size
How to modify your bracelet length?
How to modify your anklet length?
To gain a perfect fit, the length of the anklet can be adjusted accordingly with the chain link attached to the clasp.
How to modify your anklet length?
How to modify your bracelet length?
To gain a perfect fit, the length of the bracelet can be adjusted accordingly with the chain link attached to the clasp.
How to modify your bracelet length?
Quantity of stones
The quantity of stones indicated here is for the ring sizes O and above. The amount of stones may decrease when smaller sizes are selected.
Quantity of stones
Please note that the quantity of stones circling all the way around a ring depends on the ring size. The quantity of stones indicated here is for the ring sizes O and above. The amount of stones may decrease when smaller sizes are selected.
Comfort Fit
The edge of the ring is curved outside for a stylish look and rounded inside for increased comfort.
Comfort Fit
Coloured Diamond Quality
Quality of coloured diamonds is described by their characteristics such as color, clarity, cut and brilliance.
Coloured Diamond Quality
Diamond Quality
Diamond quality (grading) describes the diamond's characteristics such as color, clarity and cut.
Diamond Quality
Select Heat Treatment Option
  • Heated
  • Unheated
Heated indicates that the gemstone has been exposed to heat treatment for color/clarity enhancement. It is considered a natural type of treatment as it is the continuation of the process where the gemstone was initially formed in the earth.
Unheated indicates that the gemstone has not been exposed to heat treatment and the color/clarity characteristics are natural.
Country of Origin
  • African
  • Colombian
African emeralds appear in cooler and lighter tones. A little bit darker inclusions may be spotted on these stones.
Colombian emeralds have a warmer tone. Their colour is more intense and pure green accompanied with high clarity. These emeralds are the most valued and popular ones, having very fair inclusions.
Average Weight
The given weight information is approximate and based on size V.
Is your white gold jewellery rhodium plated?

Yes

Gemstone Quality

No

Gemstone Quality

Rhodium plating is used to enhance the luster of white gold. When this option is selected as “No”, your product will not be processed with rhodium and it will have a natural color instead of a pure white and shiny look.

Is your silver jewellery rhodium plated?
Rhodium plating is used only to enhance the white colour and protect the ring from scratches, but the metal underneath the protection layer is silver.
Select Gold
Select the gold karat from the options below.
Bone
With its smaller shape compared to the other type of nose pins, this is the best choice for the healed piercings. It is the easiest one to use so that it could be a good choice for beginners.
How to use: Holding by the side of the adornment, push it through the hole, and you are done.
Bone
Right/Left Screw
The best option for those having an active lifestyle or if you are afraid that your nose pin might fall. Compared to the other types, it might be the most challenging one to use.
How to use: Holding it by the diamond, make the round part look like a rainbow, and guide it through the hole with a gentle twisting motion. Flit it up by applying slight pressure.
Right/Left Screw
L Shape
For those having trouble using a screw type of nose pins, it is easier to insert/take off than the screw one and more secure than the nose bone.
How to use: Holding it by the adornment, make the L shape upside down and insert it through the hole. Then, push it in an angle until it is in.
L Shape

375 Red White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 Yellow White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 White Yellow Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 Yellow White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 Red White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

375 Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold.

585 Red White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 Yellow White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 White Yellow Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 Yellow White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 Red White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

585 Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold.

750 Red White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 Yellow White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 White Yellow Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 Yellow White Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 Red White Yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 White Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 yellow Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

750 Red Gold

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold.

925 Silver

Silver is a precious metal and, much like gold, is too fine to be utilized in its pure form. To make silver durable enough for use in jewelry, pure silver, which has a 0.999 fineness (99.9%), is often alloyed with small quantities of copper or other metals (7.5%). The copper or other metals are added to strengthen the silver and the resulting product is 0.925 sterling silver (92.5%). Acceptable quality marks for sterling silver are sterling, sterling silver, ster, and 925.

950 Platinum

Considered among the most pure and precious metals used in modern-day jewelry making, platinum has become synonymous with luxury and longevity. Because of its hardness and durability, pure platinum is often mixed with other metals to make it more malleable. The most common alloy metals paired with platinum are copper, palladium, rhodium, iridium, and titanium. Four times stronger than gold, platinum is renowned for its hardwearing properties, resistance to damage and wear, and its substantial heft. Pieces marked with a 950 purity are a blend of 95% Platinum and 5% alloy metals (usually ruthenium, copper, cobalt, iridium, rhodium, or palladium). Only metals marked with a 950 purity designation are considered high-grade platinum.

950 Palladium

950 Palladium alloys developed for jewelry typically contain 95% Palladium and about 5% Ruthenium and have trace amounts of other alloy metals. 950 palladium furthermore does not require rhodium plating, and has desirable, platinum-like setting and forming characteristics.

500 Palladium

Palladium falls within the platinum group of metals and shares the same chemical properties with Platinum, but is softer and more convenient in price. It can be used as a bleaching within the manufacturing of white gold. It’s natural, lustrous, and silvery - white colour does not need to be plated.
500 Palladium contains 50% Palladium and the rest is composed of other elements. The remaining metal alloys are usually silver and zinc.

600 Platinum

Platinum is considered the world’s most precious metal and it is very rare to see %100 pure Platinum as the remaining metal is usually composed of other elements. It is ultimately precious not only because of its exquisite beauty and durability but also because it is not easy to locate Platinum in many parts of the world. Did you know that in order to produce a single ounce of Platinum, a total amount of 10 tons of ore must be mined?
600 Platinum is equivalent to 60% pure Platinum while the rest of the metal is composed of other elements.
At GLAMIRA we gather our metals, used in our production process, from the most trusted suppliers worldwide and with great care and value. Our customers place their credence in us therefore it is our utmost duty to provide them the excellence they deserve in the pieces we offer.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

950 Platinum & Gold

950 Platinum jewellery consists of 95% platinum. Platinum is a hypoallergenic metal and with its durable and stainless structure, it enables a long usage. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 950 Platinum & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.

925 Silver & Gold

925 Silver, also called “Sterling Silver”, consists of 92,5% silver. Gold jewellery is made of gold and an alloy of different metals required to process it. 925 Silver & Gold enables the use of both metals together on the same piece of jewellery. The amount of gold depends on the gold karat that you select.
This product is not rhodium plated and has not been processed. Its natural appearance is preserved.

375 Gold with Black Rhodium

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
 375 Gold  - 9K gold contains 9 parts gold and 15 parts another alloy metal(s), commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 37.5% gold. Black rhodium is a liquid alloy-plating which is applied to the metal by submerging it in the solution prior to electrification (electrolysis).

585 Gold with Black Rhodium

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
585 Gold - 14K gold contains 14 parts gold and 10 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 58.5% gold. Black rhodium is a liquid alloy-plating which is applied to the metal by submerging it in the solution prior to electrification (electrolysis).

750 Gold with Black Rhodium

The designations 18K, 14K, or 9K indicate how much pure gold is present in the mixture. 24K gold is known as 100% pure gold. The system used to state how much pure gold is found in an item:
750 Gold - 18K gold contains 18 parts gold and 6 parts of another alloy metal(s); commonly varying in silver, copper, zinc, platinum or palladium, making it 75% gold. Black rhodium is a liquid alloy-plating which is applied to the metal by submerging it in the solution prior to electrification (electrolysis).

925 Silver with Black Rhodium

Silver is a precious metal and, much like gold, is too fine to be utilized in its pure form. To make silver durable enough for use in jewelry, pure silver, which has a 0.999 fineness (99.9%), is often alloyed with small quantities of copper or other metals (7.5%). The copper or other metals are added to strengthen the silver and the resulting product is 0.925 sterling silver (92.5%). Acceptable quality marks for sterling silver are sterling, sterling silver, ster, and 925. Black rhodium is a liquid alloy-plating which is applied to the metal by submerging it in the solution prior to electrification (electrolysis).

Profile A - Traditional Comfort Fit

The edge of the ring is rounded inside as well as outside.

Profile B - Flat Band Comfort Fit

The edge of the ring is rounded inside and flat outside with a slight dome for increased comfort.

Profile C - Concave Comfort Fit

The edge of the ring is curved outside for a stylish look and rounded inside for increased comfort.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish.

Wire Brushed (Ice Matte)

Non-reflective finish with deeper brush strokes.

Horizontal Brushed (Matte)

Non-reflective finish with a linear brush texture. This type of finish reduces the reflectivity of the metal.

Sandblasted

A coarse finish with a grainy texture. It provides a special effect when used together with polished finish.

Vertical Brushed (Matte)

Non-reflective finish with a vertical brush texture. This type of finish reduces the reflectivity of the metal. It provides a chic look when used together with polished finish.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish.

Diagonal Textured Finish

Non-reflective finish with texture of diagonal strokes.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish.

Vertically Matte

Non-reflective finish with a vertical brush texture. This type of finish reduces the reflectivity of the metal. It provides a chic look when used together with polished finish.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish

Horizantly Matte

Non-reflective finish with a linear brush texture. This type of finish reduces the reflectivity of the metal.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish

Ice Matte

Non-reflective finish with deeper brush strokes.

Polished

Bright and reflective finish. It is a good way to showcase the metal. Also known as bright finish

Sandy Matte

A coarse finish with a grainy texture. It provides a special effect when used together with polished finish.

Diamond Colour

D diamonds are the finest white and colourless; the rarest colour grades and have the highest value.

E diamonds are the second highest colour grade in “colourless” scale. E diamonds are referred as rare white and exceptionally fine.

F diamonds are on the last grade of “colourless” scale and considered as rare and fine white diamonds.

G diamonds are on the first place to “near colourless” scale; are very valuable. They contain slight traces of white colour.

H diamonds are on the “near colourless” scale and slightly coloured. The colour on the H diamonds can only be detected when compared with other colourless diamonds.

I diamonds are slightly tinted and considered as “near colourless”. The slight colour on the I diamonds may be detected.

J diamonds are considered as on the last scale of “near colourless” grade. The slight white colour of J diamonds can be detected.

K-Z grade diamonds are considered as slightly coloured to coloured diamonds; from light yellow to yellow.

Diamond Colour D Diamond Colour E Diamond Colour F Diamond Colour G Diamond Colour H