Our metal options

Our Metal Options

If you prefer a low-maintenance pendant, we recommend choosing 14k or 18k gold. Sterling silver will require occasional cleaning and polishing.

Sterling Silver

Our two silver options are both crafted from .925 Sterling Silver. The polished silver has a lustrous, mirror-like surface due to an extensive polishing process. This option may have slightly less detail and, like other precious metals, the polished surface is delicate and susceptible to scratches as part of normal wear.

Handling and Care: To minimize damage and ensure the longevity of your jewelry, store it in the soft cloth pouch provided with your purchase, separate from other items. Avoid exposure to household chemicals during cleaning, as they can damage the finish. Use a rouge polishing cloth to maintain a glossy surface.

The non-polished option can be polished up later on if you so choose.  

Solid Gold

All our gold products undergo a meticulous hand-polishing process, resulting in a smooth, gleaming finish. 14k Gold exhibits a subtle, warm hue, while 18k Gold shines with a brighter and more vivid color. 14k Rose Gold displays a delicate pinkish tint, and 14k White Gold resembles silver with a touch of gold.

Handling and Care: Gold can be maintained using most non-abrasive cleaners. Avoid exposure to household bleach, which may lead to corrosion and discoloration.

Please note that the black appearance on some pendants in the photographs is due to the reflective, mirror-like surface and lighting conditions.

Our Commitment to Quality and Purity

At Sea Shur Jewelry, we take the quality and purity of our jewelry very seriously. We understand that when you choose a piece of jewelry from our collection, you're not just selecting a beautiful accessory; you're investing in a symbol that represents you, your love, or personal achievement that should stand the test of time.

We stand unwaveringly by the purity of all our jewelry, ensuring that each piece meets the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship. 

We also understand the importance of peace of mind and the value of trust in your precious investments. Therefore, we encourage anyone with doubts about the purity of their jewelry to conduct a test or have it assessed by a local jeweler. If you're unsure about how to proceed with such a test, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Our dedicated team is more than happy to walk you through the testing process, step by step. Your confidence in our craftsmanship is paramount, and we're here to support you in every way we can to ensure your complete satisfaction and trust in our products.

How to test your jewelry

All of our gold and silver jewelry will carry a marking to identify the metal purity. 

If you have jewelry that was inherited, it is possible that the marking has worn off over time. Without a marking it can be identified a couple different ways. 

1. Holding a magnet to the jewelry can quickly determine whether it is gold or silver as both are non-magnetic. If it is magnetic it is not genuine. Unfortunately there are other cheaper metals that are also non-magnetic so using an acid test kit is an way to determine the metal purity. 

2. A jewelry test kit is one of the most reliable and traditional methods of testing metal purity. It does however require wearing off a small layer of metal on the piece. If the piece is plated it will expose the metal underneath. This however is not a concern with any of our pendants as we only work with solid metals. It does require you to lightly scratch the surface of your item however this can be easy buffed out with a polishing cloth or wheel. 

  1. Prepare Your Workspace:

    • Lay down a clean, non-reactive surface (like a glass or plastic tray) to work on.
    • Put on your protective gloves to safeguard your skin from the testing solutions.
  2. Clean Your Jewelry:

    • Ensure that the piece of jewelry you're testing is clean and free from any dirt or oil, as this can affect the test's accuracy.
  3. Rub the Jewelry on the Testing Stone:

    • Gently rub the jewelry against the testing stone to leave a noticeable streak of metal. This streak is what you'll apply the testing solution to. Try to make a thick and visible mark for best results.
  4. Apply the Testing Solution:

    • Shake the testing solution well before use.
    • Carefully apply one drop of the testing solution onto the metal streak on the stone.
    • Observe the reaction carefully and note any color changes.
  5. Interpret the Results:

    • Gold: If the streak dissolves or changes color significantly, it may indicate a lower purity than the testing solution's karat rating. If the streak does not change, the gold matches or exceeds the purity of the test solution.
    • Silver: A bright red color indicates pure silver, while a dark red color suggests sterling silver (92.5% purity), brown suggest .800 silver, and green suggest .500 silver. Other colors or no reaction can indicate lower purity or different metal.

Silver testing


Our Stone Options

  • Sterling silver
    • Unless otherwise stated black spinel stones will be used.
  • 10k & 14k will have SI 1-2 G-H diamonds. 
  • 18k, and platinum will have VS F+ rated diamonds. 

We can accommodate other stone requests such as rubies, emeralds, etc. Reach out to the team for pricing.

If you have stones you want to have used for a custom piece reach out and we will see if we can accommodate your request.