Trendy jewel Crown branch leaves olive with gold filled 14K.
Between the Scandinavian jewelry and jewelry boho, minimalist, geometric, graphic, fine jewelry.
Branch earrings in 14 k gold filled olive leaves rose gold, Crown of leaves.
The process of Gold filled, literally "gold filled" or "rolled gold" is an English legal name on the silver. This is a solid gold envelope that is affixed to hot or pressure on the copper plating. In the United States Federal Trade Commission defines the minimum amount of gold on the jewel: it is 'Gold filled 10kt', means it must contain at least 1/10th of its weight in gold. If the item is called '12 kt Gold filled' or higher (for example "Gold filled 14 kt' or '18 kt Gold filled'), that means that at least 1/20th of its total weight is gold, or 5%.
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