Solid gold is a precious metal that will not oxidize or discolor. The gold gives our pieces their beautiful, subtle hue. Our white gold pieces are finished in rhodium plating, which gives them extra shine and durability. All of our 18k gold pieces are stamped with the industry standard “18K” or “750”.

    Sterling Silver

    925 Sterling Silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. Using sterling silver as a material for jewelry is an ecological choice in itself because this precious metal can be recycled, repaired and reused again and again. The reusability of silver makes it the most sustainable choice possible. You don’t need to mine silver anymore when you can melt it and use it again. We collect all silver left over in our manufacturing and utilize it when making our next jewelry pieces. We use 100% recycled silver in all our jewelry, acquired from responsible operators. We plate our silver jewelry in rhodium, silver or gold. All of our sterling silver pieces are stamped with “925”.

    Recycled Gold Vermeil

    Not to be confused with regular gold plating, gold vermeil involves a much thicker layer of gold to give it that much more durability. We always use 18k gold that is 2 microns thick layered over sterling silver. All of our 18k gold vermeil pieces are stamped with “925”.


    Our high-quality diamonds (SI 1-2 clarity) are ethically sourced from our suppliers who follow conflict-free and socially responsible practices. We ensure 100% of our diamonds are responsibly sourced by adhering to the Kimberley Process and the World Diamond Council System of Warranties.

    kimberley process

    The Kimberley Process (KP)  is a multilateral trade regime established in 2003 with the goal of preventing the flow of conflict diamonds. It is a commitment to remove conflict diamonds from the global supply chain. The core of this regime is the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS) under which States implement safeguards on shipments of rough diamonds and certify them as “conflict free.