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Silpada is NOT sterlng silver jewelry, it is plated silver crap, which by definition cannot truly be called "sterling". Cheap crap.
In my opinion, companies like Avon should stick with what they do best and particularly not add cheap junk merchandise. They should concentrate on upgrading their make-up/body products line and go back to giving samples the way they used to. They have a few products I really like and don't find elsewhere, but I have thrown away a lot of Avon products.
Silpada is ridiculously priced. Never again when I attend a Silpada party just to help out the hostess with a purchase. You can get jewelry just as nice at a fraction of the cost at Charming Charlie.
It is not sterling silver jewelry. Plus you can go to Kohls or other department stores for way better stuff at a cheaper price. Never again will I buy Silpada it breaks or falls apart doesn't last as long as the costume jewelry from department stores.
Yes it is sterling silver. It is not plated. All of the items are guaranteed. If it breaks or falls apart you can exchange or replace it with something similar. I have numorous pieces and have had issues with some and just contacted my rep and it was replaced within a week. Love their jewelry and in fact get most of my items free or extremely discounted by having parties.
Say what you will about the "quality" of this jewelry, but the proof is in the reality of how a company loses $600 million in 3 years.
Take it to a jeweler or better yet clean it sterling silver cleaner IT IS NOT REAL SILVER. And as far as replacing you have to make sure you have proof of buying it. I would rather pay cheap to get cheap jewelry like theirs and have it last longer than theirs. I have pieces from Walmart, Kohls, JcPennys that lasted longer and look better and cheaper in cost.
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