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Materials

We only work with high-quality, enduring materials, from precious metals to chains.

14K Solid Gold

Solid gold is used when the piece of jewelry is made entirely with minimum 10k gold and is not hollow or “filled” with any other metal. Solid gold is the most expensive and the highest in quality and gold content. It also does not tarnish or fade with repeated wear.

Note that solid gold could still have metals mixed in to form an gold mixture that is easier to craft jewelry with. It is just not “filled” with solid metals.

Care: Mix a small amount of mild dish detergent with warm water in a bowl. Place the jewelry into the bowl and let sit for a few minutes. Use a soft toothbrush (like a baby tooth brush) to gently scrub the jewelry. Remove item from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. You can also use a polishing kit for extra shine and to remove any tarnish.

14K Gold Filled

Gold fill is second only to solid gold in terms of quality and is the best affordable option when it comes to durability and longevity.

Our gold filled jewelry is created with an outer layer of entirely 14k gold. This detail is what separates it from gold plated.  Whereas gold plate tends to be a blend of gold over brass and only contains a fraction of a percentage of gold (0,05%). While Gold Filled jewelry are legally required to be 5% or 1/20 gold by weight. Our gold filled jewels has an outer layer gold over 925K Sterling Silver. This technique is more durable and provides a longer life span for your pieces when provided with the right care. Gold fill is safe for most sensitive skin types.

Care: Although, 14 karat Gold Filled jewelry will not tarnish (if cared for properly), it will get dirty. The oils from your skin transfer to the metal and need to be washed off periodically. The easiest way to clean your handmade chain is to scrub it with an old soft toothbrush and shampoo or dish soap. Rinse well, pat dry, and air dry.  Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing.

925K Sterling Silver

“Sterling silver” is a name for a high-quality silver alloy that contains a high amount of pure silver and only a small percentage of other metals. Pure silver is too soft to be used in jewelry making, so it is mixed with an other metal to create sterling silver, which makes it more durable. Sterling silver must contain at least 92.5% pure silver, therefor it is stamped as .925. While sterling silver is harder than pure silver, it can still be scratched fairly easily. Reaction with the chemicals in the environment and air causes silver to naturally oxidise. This is not a product defect. However, it is very easy to keep your silver jewellery clean and bright if you know how and use the correct care products.

Care: If your silver is tarnished the best way to clean it is with a jewelry polishing cloth or a solution. There are also many viable home remedies for cleaning silver online. Just remember that silver is very soft so use something like a very soft baby toothbrush to avoid scratching. Be particularly careful of chlorine. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolor your silver jewelry. Avoid wearing silver jewelry while using chlorine bleach or while in a pool or hot tub. Tarnish is also accelerated in a humid environment. Oily salts from fingers can also tarnish silver.

14K Solid Gold

Solid gold is used when the piece of jewelry is made entirely with minimum 10k gold and is not hollow or “filled” with any other metal. Solid gold is the most expensive and the highest in quality and gold content. It also does not tarnish or fade with repeated wear.

Note that solid gold could still have metals mixed in to form an gold mixture that is easier to craft jewelry with. It is just not “filled” with solid metals.

Care: Mix a small amount of mild dish detergent with warm water in a bowl. Place the jewelry into the bowl and let sit for a few minutes. Use a soft toothbrush (like a baby tooth brush) to gently scrub the jewelry. Remove item from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. You can also use a polishing kit for extra shine and to remove any tarnish.

14K Gold Filled

Gold fill is second only to solid gold in terms of quality and is the best affordable option when it comes to durability and longevity.

Our gold filled jewelry is created with an outer layer of entirely 14k gold. This detail is what separates it from gold plated.  Whereas gold plate tends to be a blend of gold over brass and only contains a fraction of a percentage of gold (0,05%). While Gold Filled jewelry are legally required to be 5% or 1/20 gold by weight. Our gold filled jewels has an outer layer gold over 925K Sterling Silver. This technique is more durable and provides a longer life span for your pieces when provided with the right care. Gold fill is safe for most sensitive skin types.

Care: Although, 14 karat Gold Filled jewelry will not tarnish (if cared for properly), it will get dirty. The oils from your skin transfer to the metal and need to be washed off periodically. The easiest way to clean your handmade chain is to scrub it with an old soft toothbrush and shampoo or dish soap. Rinse well, pat dry, and air dry.  Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing.

925K Sterling Silver

“Sterling silver” is a name for a high-quality silver alloy that contains a high amount of pure silver and only a small percentage of other metals. Pure silver is too soft to be used in jewelry making, so it is mixed with an other metal to create sterling silver, which makes it more durable. Sterling silver must contain at least 92.5% pure silver, therefor it is stamped as .925. While sterling silver is harder than pure silver, it can still be scratched fairly easily. Reaction with the chemicals in the environment and air causes silver to naturally oxidise. This is not a product defect. However, it is very easy to keep your silver jewellery clean and bright if you know how and use the correct care products.

Care: If your silver is tarnished the best way to clean it is with a jewelry polishing cloth or a solution. There are also many viable home remedies for cleaning silver online. Just remember that silver is very soft so use something like a very soft baby toothbrush to avoid scratching. Be particularly careful of chlorine. Chlorine, especially at high temperatures, can permanently damage or discolor your silver jewelry. Avoid wearing silver jewelry while using chlorine bleach or while in a pool or hot tub. Tarnish is also accelerated in a humid environment. Oily salts from fingers can also tarnish silver.

14K Solid Gold

Solid gold is used when the piece of jewelry is made entirely with minimum 10k gold and is not hollow or “filled” with any other metal. Solid gold is the most expensive and the highest in quality and gold content. It also does not tarnish or fade with repeated wear.

Note that solid gold could still have metals mixed in to form an gold mixture that is easier to craft jewelry with. It is just not “filled” with solid metals.

Care: Mix a small amount of mild dish detergent with warm water in a bowl. Place the jewelry into the bowl and let sit for a few minutes. Use a soft toothbrush (like a baby tooth brush) to gently scrub the jewelry. Remove item from soapy water, rinse it and dry thoroughly with a soft polishing cloth. You can also use a polishing kit for extra shine and to remove any tarnish.

925K Sterling Silver

“Sterling silver” is a name for a high-quality silver alloy that contains a high amount of pure silver and only a small percentage of other metals. Pure silver is too soft to be used in jewelry making, so it is mixed with an other metal to create sterling silver, which makes it more durable. Sterling silver must contain at least 92.5% pure silver, therefor it is stamped as .925. While sterling silver is harder than pure silver, it can still be scratched fairly easily. Reaction with the chemicals in the environment and air causes silver to naturally oxidise. This is not a product defect. However, it is very easy to keep your silver jewellery clean and bright if you know how and use the correct care products.

Care: If your silver is tarnished the best way to clean it, is with a jewelry polishing cloth or a solution. Just remember that silver is very soft. To avoid scratching use a very soft brush. Be particularly careful of chlorine. Chlorine, can permanently damage or discolor your silver jewelry. Avoid wearing silver jewelry while using chlorine bleach or while in a pool or hot tub. Tarnish is also accelerated in a humid environment.

14K Gold Filled

Gold fill is second only to solid gold in terms of quality and is the best affordable option when it comes to durability and longevity.

Our gold filled jewelry is created with an outer layer of entirely 14k gold. This detail is what separates it from gold plated.  Whereas gold plate tends to be a blend of gold over brass and only contains a fraction of a percentage of gold (0,05%). While Gold Filled jewelry are legally required to be 5% or 1/20 gold by weight. Our gold filled jewels has an outer layer gold over 925K Sterling Silver. This technique is more durable and provides a longer life span for your pieces when provided with the right care. Gold fill is safe for most sensitive skin types.

Care: Although, 14 karat Gold Filled jewelry will not tarnish (if cared for properly), it will get dirty. The oils from your skin transfer to the metal and need to be washed off periodically. The easiest way to clean your handmade chain is to scrub it with an old soft toothbrush and shampoo or dish soap. Rinse well, pat dry, and air dry.  Make sure your jewelry is completely dry before storing.