Our Materials

We only use high quality and long lasting materials for jewelry manufacturing. The main type of metal we use are:


Yellow gold jewellery is still the most popular colour today, The process of alloying mixing other metals with pure 24 carat gold gives malleable gold more durability, but it can also be used to change its colour,In its pure form gold is a very soft precious metal. Yellow gold is too delicate to wear everyday. The most common mixtures of gold are 14K, 18K, and 22K, but 14K and 18K are the most perfect for jewellery.

Sterling silver

Sterling silver is an alloy created when copper is added to pure silver in order to make the resulting compound more durable and less soft.Sterling silver is an alloyed form of silver which is much more acceptable to use in jewellery and other metalwork. Sterling silver jewellery is an excellent, high quality choice in most cases. The metal will not rust or perish, Its shine will last longer plus if you look after your jewellery well it will look great well into the future.  

Gold Plated

Gold plating is a process where a thin layer of gold is bonded onto a base metal. Plating is quite common in the jewellery world, with gold and rhodium being two popular types.Gold plating can be done on such metals. Stainless steel,silver and copper. Gold plating can fade and tarnish over time, losing its initial luster and brightness however it can last upto two years of time depending on how you look after your jewellery and maintain it.

Stainless steel

Stainless steel jewellery is strong, long lasting and rust-resistant. It typically has a silver sheen, but, unlike silver, it will not wear down and it is not susceptible to scratches, dings or dents, Stainless steel is made of chromium, nickel and titanium.  Alloy which is inexpensive but very resistant, it’s highly efficient and yet looks nice Unlike some alloys that look cheap, stainless steel doesn’t look cheap regardless of being affordable


Jewellery care:

We use material such as Gold, silver &Stainless steel. Therefore, the jewellery and colour will last lifetime. However, it is still important to take care of your jewellry to make sure it looks in its best shape. Below are some Do's and Don't that will help your jewellry shine for longer:

Add jewellery last once you have dressed
• Store jewellery carefully to avoid tangling and scratches
• Handle with care and patience
• Clean with mild Soap and water

• Wear when bathing
• Wear in bed
• Wear when exercising
• Wear when doing housework
• Allow direct contact with perfume, hairspray, body lotions, foundations etc.
• Use abrasive cleaners on jewellery