Sun Hotglyph Silver


Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the shiniest of them all?

For all the Hotlips purists, we've selected all your favourites and made them in super shiny 100% recycled sterling silver. 

Our Sun Hotglyph ring brings a little brightness to every day of the year, evoking the cleansing energy of light.

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We ship internationally to over 50 destinations.*

All international orders include customs and duties in the final price. No additional customs or duty charges will be added when receiving your item.  


Royal Mail 48 (2 working days): £5

Special Delivery (next day): £8

Free standard for orders over $220
Free standard for orders over €‌240
Express (2-3 working days) - £25
Free express for orders over CN ¥2800
Free standard for orders over AU $360
Free standard for orders over AED 800

The above is an estimate, please proceed to check out for exact shipping prices and timeframes.

*We ship to Switzerland but are unable to include customs and duties in the final price. Orders to Switzerland are liable for all customs and duties.

**Unfortunately we do not ship to Brazil, India, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mexico, Portugal, or Russia, due to jewellery importation regulations.

Fore more detailed shipping costs by country, please visit our shipping by country page

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What is gold vermeil? Vermeil is a technique that applies gold to sterling silver pieces of jewellery or objects. This gives the lustre of gold on a quality piece that stands the test of time without the higher price tag of solid gold.

What are the finer details? Here at Hotlips by Solange we use a high level of gold (18 karat) and apply it to our 100% sterling silver jewellery in a thick layer (3 microns). This gives it the beautiful lustre of gold on a quality and responsible metal.

What is the difference between gold vermeil and gold plating?  While the two terms are often interchangeabe, in practice there is an importance difference. Both describe the technique of “plating” which is the application of a layer of material onto an object. However vermeil specifically refers to applying a high fineness of gold to a 100% sterling silver piece at minimum level of thickness. The term gold plating alone has come to refer to applying any fineness of gold to any base metal such as copper or brass. Gold plating is usually a a very fine layer, as fine as .5 microns (which is 6 times less than the level we use!).

How do I care for vermeil? Gold vermeil is a very durable material and can last a long time with some easy care tips. 

Protect from Water and Chemicals: Take off when washing hands, showering, or swimming as too much moisture can cause the vermeil to wear off. Contact with hand sanitisers, perfumes, oils and cleaning agents should be avoided.

Cleaning: Clean with a soft damp cloth to remove any residue. 

Storage: We recommend storing your jewellery in dry and enclosed space such as the Hotlips jewellery box when not wearing.

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