YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT AND WEAR. Bring good health and wealth to your life with some RICE.
This necklace features gold beads that mimic a RICE grain. An Asian food staple, RICE represents wealth, fertility and good health. Wear this necklace to enjoy good fortune and prosperity in your life...and as a reminder to eat RICE!
DID YOU KNOW? Gold represents wealth and extravagance in Asian culture.
PERFECT FOR WEDDINGS, LUNAR NEW YEAR, etc! Rice is traditionally thrown at weddings to wish the couple prosperity and good health. Wear this rice necklace to send a prosperous vibes to the newlyweds. You can also wear it to complement your Chinese New Year outfit, or gift it to someone special on Chinese New Year!
Vermeil is made of real silver that is covered with a layer of real gold. In the U.S., to be considered vermeil, a piece has to be coated with gold that is at least 10 karats pure.
Gold plating refers to a thin layer of gold that covers the surface of a metal core – which can be made of a variety of non-gold metals (typically cheaper metals like brass).
The most notable difference between vermeil and gold-plated pieces is in the metals that make up their base. Gold vermeil, or just vermeil, should always be made with real silver as the base metal – otherwise, the piece cannot be sold as vermeil.
Vermeil pieces are generally more expensive than gold-plated ones. Part of the reason for this is that vermeil jewelry is made with real silver, whereas many gold-plated pieces are made with cheaper metals that are used to create the core under the plating.
WHAT IS 925 SILVER?
925 Silver is Sterling Silver, consisting of 92.5% silver, and the remaining part consists of usually copper. This is the reason why Sterling Silver is referred to as 925 Sterling Silver or just 925 Silver. We proudly have a 925 stamp on our jewelry to signify its 92.5% silver content authenticity.
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Our RICE necklace, which is part of our CRAZY ASIAN collection, was featured on POPSUGAR and STYLECASTER's Asian-owned fashion brands to support in 2021. See article links below.