I have ordered and received jewelry from SilverRushStyle.com, and I have accepted that the items are as-pictured on the site. HOWEVER, there are items on the website which are misnamed. Certainly, BUYER BEWARE is a necessary mantra while shopping for ANY jewelry online, and especially jewelry made in second and third-world countries. Even sterling silver stamped ". 925" may not be that pure. You will need to test the purity at home or at a jeweler's.
The markup on SilverRushStyle's jewelry is remarkably high, but that is how they stay in business. You may find similar or same items elsewhere, but the price may be even higher. Look for sales, discounts, and clearance items near the end of the year, just before Christmas.
I am not a gemologist. I am a seasoned gemstone researcher and purchaser. I research businesses, and I follow-up with my own proof via firsthand experience. Several of the gemstones advertised on SIlverRushStyle.com are listed as quartz, but they have round bubbles in them, and that is indicative of glass. I would not know for certain, though, unless I were to see them in person. Also, the title of an item may conflict with the description, so be wary.
Customer service is not the term I would use to describe what occurs when you attempt to contact SIlverRushStyle by phone or email. If you do get a person on the phone, she will promise you whatever you want to hear, and then you will be left waiting for the sun, moon, and stars to align before you may be contacted or provided what was agreed upon.
Ultimately, you are getting what you pay for, which is tarnishable, tarnishing, or tarnished sterling silver and lesser-quality gemstones made in very economically-depressed countries by very poor people. There is no way to know if your money can be traced to child labor in mines or manufacturing, but the likelihood is great. If I am proven incorrect, I will remove any or all of this review accordingly. My intention is to provide honest opinions with correct information.