We only use the best materials. All materials are responsibly sourced, such as conflict-free recycled solid gold/platinum, natural diamonds, lab-grown moissanite, and solid sterling silver.


Metals Types That We Use:


Solid Sterling Silver S925

S925 silver, also known as sterling silver, is a high-quality alloy composed of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, often copper. This combination enhances the durability and strength of the silver while maintaining its brilliant appearance. S925 silver is recognized for its timeless elegance and versatility, making it a popular choice for creating exquisite and enduring pieces at an affordable price compared to platinum or white gold.

Solid 18K Gold

Solid 18K gold is a premium and luxurious precious metal alloy composed of 75% pure gold and 25% other metals, such as copper or silver. Renowned for its rich, warm hue and enduring brilliance, solid 18K gold is highly valued in jewelry crafting. This high gold content ensures both exceptional quality and durability, making it a coveted choice for crafting timeless and elegant pieces. All of our jewelry mark as solid 18K gold are genuine solid 18K gold, NEVER plated, filled or vermeil. 


Platinum is a dense, precious metal recognized for its silvery-white luster and durability. As a rare and naturally white metal, platinum is often used in fine jewelry crafting. Known for its resistance to tarnish and corrosion, platinum is hypoallergenic and highly prized for its enduring beauty. Due to its exceptional purity, platinum is commonly alloyed with other metals to enhance its strength and durability, making it a prestigious choice for crafting timeless and sophisticated jewelry pieces.

Stone Types That We Use:


All our diamonds are both natural and responsibly sourced or recycled. We exclusively employ high-quality, graded diamonds with a color range of G-H and a clarity rating of VS2 or higher. This commitment ensures not only the beauty of our jewelry but also aligns with our dedication to ethical and sustainable practices in the diamond industry.


What is Moissanite? It is a near-colorless gemstone first discovered in 1893. It's hardness and durability are very similar to diamonds. Over the years Moissanite has become one of the best alternatives to diamonds because of its appearance, fiery brilliance, responsibly sourced and affordable prices.
We only use the highest grade moissanite; D in color and VVS1 or above in clarity with excellent cut and polish. All moissanite with more than 1 carat will come with a certified report.