Jewellery care & Materials
Always treat your jewellery with love and care, to prevent discolouring and to keep it shiny and beautiful for a long time.
Take off your jewellery before you go to bed, when you’re working out, cleaning, gardening, showering, or swimming. Store your jewellery in a cool, dry place. Jewellery is very delicate, made of fine materials, so avoid putting contact with chemical substances as lotions, cosmetics, perfumes, cleaning products, saltwater, chlorine etc.
If your silver jewellery is changing its shine and colour, you can gently clean it with some baking powder and a clean cotton cloth, once in six months, to remove dirt and avoid premature tarnishing.
925% Sterling Silver
We only use the highest quality; 925 Sterling Silver, which is an alloy made of 92.5% pure Silver and 7.5% Copper. To make each piece shiny and durable, we plate all of our Silver jewellery in rhodium. Rhodium is one of the most precious metals due to its properties and rarity. All our Sterling Silver pieces are stamped with the 925 mark, which indicates the purity of the metal.
Gold has forever been the most popular metal choice for fine jewellery. This type of gold is an excellent choice because of its price, durability, and versatility for different lifestyles and activities. Many consider it an active lifestyle's best friend: it scratches less and doesn't bend or wear out as easily as 18k.
Karatage, which is expressed in 24ths and designated by a number followed by "k," denotes the purity level of the gold: the higher the carat, the more expensive the jewellery. Although a higher karat indicates a purer gold content, it also means a less durable metal.
All of our 14k gold pieces are stamped with "14K" or "585".