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CREDIT TERMS AND CONDITIONS Payment is calculated based on Regular terms as listed in the Terms & Conditions
|Highest Regular Balance||Minimum Payment|
|Up to $265.00||$25.00|
|$265.01 to $500.00||10% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$500.01 to $750.00||9% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$750.01 to $1,500.00||7% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$1,500.01 to $2,500.00||6% of Highest Regular Balance|
|$2,500.01 & Up||5% of Highest Regular Balance.|
What Ring Size Should I Order?
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|Ring Size||Ring Size in millimeters|
These Razorbacks® huggie earrings crafted of sterling silver feature red and white crystals on the inner and outer edges. The earrings are secured with hinged backs. Perfect for all those University of Arkansas® fans, this Officially Licensed Collegiate Jewelry is from the 4YR Spirit Collection.
University of Arkansas Huggie Earrings Sterling Silver
|Earring Back Type||HINGED BACK|
|Material||RED AND WHITE CRYSTALS|
Jewelry Replacement Plan
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- How should I care for my treated gemstone jewelry?
Generally, most treated gemstone jewelry can be cleaned with mild liquid detergent mixed with warm water. Learn more about Color Stone Care.
- How should I care for my diamond jewelry?
- I'm allergic to nickel, do the earrings you sell have hypoallergenic metals?
Yes, the posts and hinged hoop designs we sell are made from sterling silver or 10K or 14K gold to minimize skin irritation and allergic responses, especially where the posts and backs come in contact with the skin. Of course, cleaning both the earrings and the pierced sites of your earlobes is the best way to prevent infection
- What are the best kinds of earrings to wear while working out or on the go?
The smaller and lighter the earrings the better, and you also have to consider the type of back the design has. Stud earrings with either friction or screw-on backs, or hoop earrings with hinged or snap-lock backs are good choices.
- Do I have to have pierced ears to wear earrings?
No. Clip-on earrings attach to your ear with a clip or by friction so you don't have to have your ears pierced to wear this type of jewelry. Styles include hoops, button earrings, and others.
- What are drop earrings?
Drop earrings have a decorative part that dangles freely below the post or a fishhook back. They can include diamonds and gemstones or be made of one or more metals.
- How should I care for my cultured pearls?
- Why do you measure jewelry in millimeters?
3 mm is approximately 1/8 inch
6 mm is approximately 1/4 inch
13 mm is approximately 1/2 inch
19 mm is approximately 3/4 inch
25 mm is approximately 1 inch
50 mm is approximately 2 inches
75 mm is approximately 3 inches
- What is the difference between white gold and platinum?
Are you looking for more detailed information? Click here to learn more with our traditional metals guide.
- What is the difference between carat and karat?
- What are alternative metals?
- What determines the price of a diamond?
- What are the 4Cs of diamonds?