& Cubic Zirconia's
& Cubic Zirconia's
10ct Solid Gold
Our solid metal pieces are designed to be exactly that: solid, trusty, timeless, and reliably gorgeous. For gold pieces, we use 10ct – an international standard that’s also tougher and more affordable than other types of gold. That means fewer scratches, more freedom.
You want your golden wonders to really glisten, so enlist the assistance of a gold jewellery cleaner and or a trusty polishing cloth. Give it a little rinse and dry afterwards. Consider your jewels pampered.
For silver pieces, we stick with 925 Sterling – that means it’s made of 92.5% pure silver (the rest is other alloys to make it stronger and more life-proof.) We also add a final micro-layer of silver plating for that extra level of shine.
Keep shining on with an occasional dose of care from a silver jewellery cleaner and or polishing cloth. Make sure to rinse and dry your treasures afterwards. Be dazzled.
18ct Fine Gold Plating
Our 18ct gold plated pieces are ultra-quality but also affordable. To make them, we start with a base of 925 Sterling Silver, then build up layers of 18ct gold using our oh-so-advanced Micron Plating process.
Sounds techy, but the effect is simple. In short, our jewellers gently meld micro-layers of real gold onto a genuine Sterling Silver core. We steer clear of low-quality base metals (like brass and other alloys), designing our gold plated pieces as treasure – never trash.
Less is more when it comes to cleaning this baby (yay!) so avoid jewellery cleaner and other chemicals. Just a gentle wipe with a soft cloth will do. Or a warm water bath, if it's had a really long day.
If you’re going to diamond, diamond like you mean it. We source natural stones for our diamond pieces, handpicking them to create the best colour and clarity match for each individual setting – plus some serious wow factor.
Of course, not all besties are diamonds. We’ve also got a serious crush on cubic zirconia, which combines beauty (obviously), brawn (it’s super tough) and brains (it’s made in a lab). Plus, since it’s more affordable you can justify wearing it on the daily – because let’s face it, a little sparkle makes everything better.
Freshwater Cultured Pearls
The oh-so-pretty gem that has left its prim ‘n’ proper rep firmly in the past. Not to be confused with faux, freshwater cultured pearls are the real deal: they just get a helping human hand to start the growing process.