Solid Gold

Solid gold is a highly valuable metal that maintains its pristine appearance over time because it is exceptionally resistant to oxidation and discoloration. Our jewelry pieces feature a lovely, understated color thanks to the 14k alloy. Additionally, this type of gold is a perfect companion for those with active lifestyles, as it is more resistant to scratches and less prone to bending or wearing out compared to 18k gold.

Sterling silver

Our silver jewelry is crafted from 925 Sterling Silver, which is a blend of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. The rhodium plating we apply not only adds a remarkable shine but also ensures exceptional durability. Rhodium’s scarcity makes it one of the most expensive precious metals.


Diamonds are one of the most coveted and precious gemstones in the world, known for their exceptional beauty and remarkable properties.
The value of a diamond is determined by the combination of the “Four Cs”: carat weight, cut, color, and clarity. A diamond’s value can also be influenced by factors like shape, fluorescence, and market demand.
Diamonds are made of carbon atoms arranged in a crystal lattice structure. Each carbon atom is bonded to four others, forming a tetrahedral structure. 


Pearls are formed when an irritant, such as a grain of sand or a small organism, enters the mollusk’s shell. In response to this irritant, the mollusk secretes layers of nacre (a combination of calcium carbonate and a protein called conchiolin) around it. Over time, these layers build up and create a pearl.
There are various types of pearls, including natural pearls (rare and formed without human intervention), cultured pearls (formed with human assistance), freshwater pearls (cultivated in freshwater bodies), and saltwater pearls (cultivated in oceans or saltwater environments).