Ever wondered why some people say rings turn their fingers green? Some
people think that your ring turns green because it's not real silver. This is actually
IF My finger turns GREEN from wearing Sterling Silver ring does that mean that It
is not Sterling silver??? DON'T JUMP THE GUN AND SAY YOUR SELLER IS A ...
The sterling silver rings are usually made by combining two metals, silver ... This
copper composition of the rings may also turn the color of your finger to green.
Mar 7, 2008 ... I bought a supposed sterling silver ring (Ebay) and it turned my finger green in a
matter of 3 hours. I currently wear other sterling silver rings on ...
Sep 9, 2014 ... Why Does This Ring Turn My Finger Green? ... Other metals can produce similar
effects: The silver present in sterling silver — and used as an ...
Ever notice a tinge of green on your digits after wearing costume jewellery,
sterling silver or fake gold? Don't worry, it's probably not an infection or allergic ...
Copper within the sterling silver is the likely culprit when a piece of jewelry turns
its wearer's skin green, according to About.com. The green color on the skin is ...
Clean your sterling silver jewelry with a soft 100% cotton (nub free) cloth or
flannel ... A pearl necklace will gradually absorb acid from the skin that will eat
into the ... and dry air because both can cause pearls to turn brown, dry out, and
Jun 5, 2014 ... If it's not 100 percent sterling silver or minimum 14-karat gold, ... if not sooner, turn
your skin a nasty green," says Francesca Grosso, New ...
Aug 17, 2015 ... Most of our rings are rhodium / white gold plated. Similar to high end costume
jewelry, materials that are used may turn your finger... ... are white gold / rhodium
plated typically and rings valued over $100 are sterling silver.