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ClassRings Metal Finish Options

When choosing your class rings, you have many different options for your metal finish. When you're ready to start your order, please find below the different metal types we have for your seniors class rings:

  1. Stainless Steel (The lowest price for silver color rings)

  2. Sterling Silver (Higher quality and price for silver color rings)

  3. Brass (The lowest price for golden color rings)

  4. 10,14,18 Karat Gold (Highest quality for golden color rings)

 

Below is the full description of each ring finish to choose for your class of senior rings:

1) Stainless Steel

An elegant metal alloy, originated from Iron-based metal mixed with other elements like Chromium, Nickel and Carbon. The term “Stainless Steel" comes from the process when Chromium protects the iron against most corrosion or rust.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
Stainless steel is durable
You can wear it every day and keep doing all your normal and heavy duty tasks without worrying about damaging your ring.
Stainless steel is affordable
Stainless steel is potentially the best choice because this metal isn’t expensive as the precious metals.
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Stainless steel would be resistive to scratches, corrosion and heat. The material will not show usual signs of wear and tear and you don’t need much maintenance to it.

Note: Stainless Steel will react with Chlorine making corrosion, they are very bad when combined. So do not expose your ring to any liquid or anything with chlorine. However, if it happens by accident, you may just rinse it with water and do not let it stay with chlorine for a long time.

 

2) Sterling Silver

A combination of 92.5 % pure silver and 7.5 % copper. Chosen for its strength and beauty, sterling Silver has a lifetime of durability, thanks to copper-it makes pure silver stronger.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
Sterling Silver is durable
Due to the presence of copper, this metal alloy is strong .
Sterling Silver is bit costly than Stainless Steel
Sterling Silver jewelry certainly does not come inexpensive. It requires quite an investment from your side. However, it is a worthwhile investment that lasts long.
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With proper care, sterling silver will last a lifetime.

Note: Be sure to remove sterling silver jewelry before handling household cleaning items with bleaching agent and ammonia oh and before swimming in a chlorinated pool or hot tub, forgetting so will result your Sterling Silver ring tarnished. Taking care of it is easy though, just use bleach-free or ammonia-free silver polish and a nonabrasive cloth to clean sterling silver rings.

 

3) Brass

An important metal since the ancient times and is known for its resemblance to gold. It is mix of copper and zinc but is far way more beautiful than copper.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
Brass is durable an pliable
It is known for its strength and durability, everyday use is no match to brass as long its well taken care of.
Brass is affordable
It is extremely affordable, since it does not contain precious metals.
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In general, brass won't corrode with regular use as it is a very strong material over time.

Note: Depending on the copper content, it may turn green over a long period of time. And if you notice your skin turns green after removing the ring, it means that copper oxidizes and reacts with the sweat of your body. To avoid turning your Brass ring into green, you may opt to coat it. Doing so is easy even by yourself, just apply a clear nail polish to the entire of your brass ring. This will also form a barrier that will keep your skin free of stain. Cleaning a brass ring is also easy, as long as you use a cleaner that contains acidic ingredients, such as lemon, tomato or vinegar, you are solved. Otherwise, a commercial brass jewelry cleaners will do the job right!

 

4) Gold

We offer different Karat gold types, ranging from 10K, 14K, and 18K.

10k Gold

10 karat gold is made up of 41.7% gold and 58.3% alloy, or 10 out of 24 parts are pure gold. The most impure gold can be yet still looks beautiful.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
10k Gold is very durable
It’s very difficult to scratch, scuff or bend since it has the lowest gold content
10k Gold is way affordable
10k Gold is the least expensive form of gold making it a good option if you’re looking for a precious ring on a tight budget.
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Gold is gold, neither pure nor combined with other metals, they are forever treasured.

Note: Chlorine can permanently damage or discolor your gold jewelry. So remember to remove it when cleaning with chlorine bleach or going to the pool. A dish detergent or a vinegar will do its magic to clean your gold ring, just soak it into the bowl of vinegar or dish soap mixed water and gently brush it will help clean and makes your gold ring shine again.

14k Gold

14 karat gold is made up of 58.3% gold and 41.7% alloy, or 14 out of 24 parts are pure gold. A good go-to choice if you’re not sure which type of gold is best for your purchase.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
14k Gold is durable
Significantly more durable than those made with 18k gold, making this type of gold a good choice if you’re concerned about scuffs and scratches.
14k Gold is affordable
Compared to 18k gold, its a good all-round option if you’re looking for a mix of quality, durability and value for money.
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Gold is gold, neither pure nor combined with other metals, they are forever treasured.

Note: Chlorine can permanently damage or discolor your gold jewelry. So remember to remove it when cleaning with chlorine bleach or going to the pool. A dish detergent or a vinegar will do its magic to clean your gold ring, just soak it into the bowl of vinegar or dish soap mixed water and gently brush it will help clean and makes your gold ring shine again.

18k Gold

18 karat gold is made up of 75% gold and 25% alloy, or 14 out of 24 parts are pure gold 18k gold is usually the most pure form of gold used for jewelries.

Here’s what you need to know about it.
18k Gold is quite malleable
since it’s quite pure, it’s fairly easy to scratch.
18k Gold is a bit costly
Significantly more expensive than the first two but is a very good investment that lasts long.
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Gold is gold, neither pure nor combined with other metals, they are forever treasured.

Note: Chlorine can permanently damage or discolor your gold jewelry. So remember to remove it when cleaning with chlorine bleach or going to the pool. A dish detergent or a vinegar will do its magic to clean your gold ring, just soak it into the bowl of vinegar or dish soap mixed water and gently brush it will help clean and makes your gold ring shine again.

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