The perfect, every-day ring!
Available in 14K Gold Filled or Sterling Silver.
Because we celebrate making our jewelry by hand here in Texas, some pieces may vary and have their own unique signature!
SUGGESTED RETAIL: $50
Using the best materials sourced by trusted suppliers since 2004.
14K Gold Filled
A layer of solid 14k gold, 100x thicker than plating layers, is permanently bonded using heat and pressure. Gold filled is hypoallergenic, medical grade, nickel free, and heirloom quality. Sweat + even shower in your SB jewelry; gold filled will not wear off and can last a lifetime.
925 Sterling Silver
Sterling silver is an incredibly durable, waterproof + lightweight metal ideal for daily wear. Sterling Silver is nickel free + hypoallergenic.
14k White Gold
White gold is a mixture of pure gold and white metals (i.e., silver, nickel) topped with a rhodium coating. 14K white gold is the best mixture of durability, price, and longevity and can last many years with proper jewelry care before needing to be re-plated.
14k Yellow Gold
14k gold is the most used gold for jewelry settings. Because of its high percentage of alloy metals, 14k gold is ideal for everyday use! The metals offer more of a resistance to wear and tear, meaning a lifetime of beautiful shine and color.
10k Yellow Gold
The primary advantage to 10K Yellow Gold is its durability. It’s the lowest solid gold used for jewelry and tends to be a paler yellow due to that. Since 10k yellow gold is more alloy than gold, it holds up well to wear and tear and will last you a lifetime with the proper care.
Semi-precious + Precious Stones
We work with a wide variety of stones - from raw cut to certified cut + polished. Due to their organic nature, color, texture + size may vary. All stones are cruelty free.
With proper care your Sarah Briggs Jewelry can last a lifetime! Jewelry should be stored in air-tight containers away from the elements.
Sterling Silver can be polished with a jewelers cloth, silver polishing cloth, and any type of microfiber cloth.
Gold filled jewelry can be cleaned with warm water and mild dish soap. Use a soft cloth to remove any build up or a fine bristle toothbrush for those hard to reach areas.