Our love for jewelry is the fundamental reason that Juler's Row exists.  
We wanted to create pieces that would pair well with fine jewelry, be very well made, but not come with such a hefty price tag. Our pieces are made from sterling silver and available with yellow gold vermeil (yellow finish) and white rhodium (silver finish). We also offer rose gold vermeil and 14K gold by special request. All of our jewelry is made in Thailand and we are lucky to work with some of the most amazing craftsman. 

Why we use Vermeil...
Vermeil is a plating of yellow gold that is at least 2.5 microns thick. We use 3 microns of 18K gold which means you will get years and years of wear out of your jewelry and can always be re-plated down the line. 

Our gemstones...
We use white topaz, white zirconia, lapis, green onyx and synthetic turquoise.  For our brilliant cut stones we use white zirconia and for our rose cut stones we use white topaz.  When we first began, we used white topaz for both the brilliant & rose cut stones, but we found the brilliant cut white topaz didn't sparkle as well as the white zirconia. 

Caring for your jewelry...
We always suggest removing jewelry prior to swimming, showering or working out. Chemicals from shampoo/conditioner/soap or chlorine can be damaging to the gold vermeil & enamel. We suggest cleaning your jewelry with a damp cloth or gently brush with a soft toothbrush and warm water. Please refrain from using ultrasonic cleaners.

We are constantly sketching and discussing new designs. As with our artwork, we are heavily inspired by antique jewelry, but also love a modern aesthetic. We strive to present a very unique collection of wearable jewelry.

The font...
The font used in our jewelry was created to honor Gilbert Baker, who created the Rainbow Flag, was a LGBTQ activist and artist. In honor of Gilbert Baker we donate a portion of the proceeds to GLAAD.

Follow our Instagram, @julersrowjewelry for all jewelry related updates or
our main account,  @julersrow for updates on all products. 
August 12, 2021 — Julie Bishop

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