Love name necklaces? We do to! Name necklaces are so versatile and timeless. You can choose from a wide variety of styles: Classic, Carrie, Script, Cursive, Bold. Personalize it with any name or word you want: your name, his/her name, special word, mantra; all capitalized, first letter capitalized or all lowercase letter. And select the material you like the most: silver, gold plating, rose gold plating, yellow gold, white gold. The possibilities are endless!
But why do we even have to choose a material for our name necklace? What is best, silver or gold? You may think that the simplicity of silver makes it easy to wear with anything. However, it is not necessary true. It comes down to a matter of taste, personal style and personality.
Gold and silver look best with different colors of clothing, so consider the color of your look before adding accessories.
Black, white and gray, considered shades and not colors, contrast well with silver, making its presence not being overpowered by color. Silver also wears beautifully with dark navy, royal blue, warm purple, red/burgundy colors, rose and lilac as they create a stunningly comfortable background for silver to sit on.
Our silver name necklaces are made with the best Sterling Silver, which is 92.5% pure silver (925/100) and the necklace bears the stamp 925 or 0.925 as authenticity.
Earth colors and the whole range of warm ones: like olive green, orange, brown, yellow, they work best with golden metals like gold or bronze.
We offer 24K gold name necklaces and 14K gold name necklaces. The biggest choice that people have when it comes to choosing a type of gold is color, as the yellow tone may vary. Gold plating might not be the same yellow as real gold. 24K Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold on to the surface of sterling silver so it will bear the 925 stamp. 14K Gold is 58% Gold (14/24) and bears the stamp 14K.
If you are still having trouble deciding with material is best we invite you to layer and mix silver and gold. The rule that said that you couldn’t combine metal is now obsolete. Time to be bold!