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Materials We Use


Sterling silver is one of the top metals preferred for jewelry and is a great choice when shopping for rings. It is an incredibly durable material — it's even stronger than gold. Being strong and light-weight makes it an ideal choice for jewelry that will be worn daily or often.

Sterling Silver is also referred to as Silver 925 or just 925. The reason for this is because sterling silver that is used for jewelry and particularly for custom rings must use at least 92.5% pure silver. The balance of the finished product is made up of an alloy such as copper which is the most widely used. 


There are many colors of gold including the three most popular - white, yellow and rose. Yellow gold has the same amount of gold as white or rose gold - they are all 75% pure gold. What changes in these two metals is the type of alloy used to make the gold. For white gold, typical alloys used would be silver and palladium. Yellow gold is made typically using copper and zinc as the alloy mixture. Rose gold is made up from Copper alloys. Some years ago nickel was used extensively when manufacturing white gold but many people had allergic reactions so they changed to silver and palladium even though these alloys are more expensive because they are more rare than nickel.


As an alloy, copper is extremely durable and can hold up well over time, despite daily wear. Because copper is durable, it’s a great candidate to use as a jewelry metal. Over time, copper will not rust but instead develop a natural green patina. This is because copper oxidizes and a chemical reaction turns the metal green.


Brass jewelry may be less valuable than pure silver or gold but is just as trendy as the duo. The ubiquitous metal is a fashion staple in almost every jewelry collection! 

Brass jewelry is any ornamental piece crafted from brass, an alloy constituting two metals – copper and zinc. It has a warm, attractive golden tone that bears a close resemblance to gold. Brass is affordable too making it the material of choice among many artisans and jewelry lovers.

While aging brass loses a lot of its luster, some people actually do admire that rustic vintage look. But if you are not one of them, you can simply polish the brass to restore it to its original gleam.


Turquoise has been treasured for thousands of years and was once more valuable than gold. It has been worn by the rich and powerful throughout history, including the accident Egypt and the Aztecs. This may be because of the rarity of blue in nature. It is said to have purification properties, dispelling negative energy, and protecting people from pollutants.