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Jewelry Care

At Rachel's Worth, we are passionate about bringing our inspirations to life through the visualization of Gildform manufacturing. Our jewelry is created with 100% sustainable refined alloys. All metals are sourced in the USA using ethical sourcing practices and fair trade. We only source precious metals (gold and silver) audited by Scientific Global Services (SCS), a global leader in third-party environmental and sustainability certification, testing, and standards development.


Sterling Silver

.925 Sterling Silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure Silver and 7.5% Copper.

Gold Vermeil 

Vermeil, pronounced ver-may, is not to be confused with regular gold plating. Gold vermeil involves a much thicker layer of gold to give much more durability. We use 18k gold with a minimum of 2.5 microns thick layered over .925 sterling silver.

14K Gold

14K Yellow Gold is composed of 58.33% pure gold, 30.74% copper, 4.68% Silver, and 6.25% zinc.



  • Before wearing your jewelry, apply and absorb all cosmetics, hair products, oils, lotions, and perfumes.
  • To prevent your items from being exposed to moisture, remove your pieces before washing hands, showering, swimming, sunbathing, and exercising.
  • Prevent damage and breakage by removing your jewelry at bedtime and keep unworn chains fastened so they don’t become tangled.
  • Keep pieces out of direct sunlight. Metals may tarnish over time due to oxygen and natural body oils. Store jewelry separately in a sealed bag (remove excess air) or box in a dry, dark, and cool place to reduce tarnishing and scratches.
  • After every use, clean your jewelry with a cotton ball or a very soft, non-abrasive, and lint-free cloth to remove any dust and dirt it has acquired. Gently rubbing the surface of your vermeil (plated) jewelry using a soft jewelry cloth also helps restore shine.
  • If your jewelry needs more cleaning, you may clean it with warm, non-detergent soapy water and a very soft non-abrasive brush. Stay away from jewelry cleaning antibacterial soaps and polishing cloths which may have certain components that will make your gold-plated jewelry tarnish more quickly.
  • Lastly, handle with care.