Materials Use

We use the finest materials to make our pieces last. 


Most of our findings and wires are made with 14k gold filled. “Gold-filled” is a USA industry standard that legally requires 5% pure gold by weight. It is a solid layer of gold bonded to another metal through heat and pressure. It does not wear off or turn colors over time, and if taken care of properly it can last a lifetime. Gold-filled jewelry is a cheaper, yet the best alternative to solid gold. It’s hypoallergenic and water-safe.

While gold-filled has some limitations because of the way it is manufactured; it is only available in wire or sheet form, so it cannot be cast or poured into a mold. Gold-filled charms are either flat (made from sheets), or hollow (two pieces of sheet metal soldered together). Wherever we can't make charms or rings out of gold-filled, we use gold vermeil or gold plated over brass instead.


Gold-plated is a process where a thin layer of gold is bonded onto a base metal. It would fade and tarnish over time. However, it's the least expensive alternative when it comes to jewelry. It's the best option for people who are jewelry obsessed but need to stay on a budget (pretty much all of us out there). It gives the impression of luxury while not causing you to break the bank every time you see a cute, trendy necklace or bracelet.

925 Sterling Silver 

Sterling Silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of other metals, usually copper. It would be tarnished over time, especially if it was not being worn. However, it's easy to remove the tarnish. On average, sterling silver jewelry last between 20-30 years.

Often with finer, more delicate sterling silver jewelry, you will find that over time the silver may become softer and its shape more malleable. It is important to care for your silver to prevent them from losing shape.


All of our pearls are natural or cultured freshwater pearls that are ethically sourced.


Most of our crystals are natural resources from the environment. Synthetic materials will label in the description.


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