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No plating, no fading. For jewelry that lasts forever.

We want your jewelry to be part of your everyday life. But we don't want you to worry about your jewelry losing its color or turning your fingers green. So we only use 14k solid gold.

Because pure gold is too soft for delicate jewelry, gold is usually mixed with other metals such as silver, copper or zinc to make it harder. 14k solid gold contains 58.3% pure gold and is most widely used in fine jewelry: it has a high purity level and therefore value, while containing enough other metals to make your jewelry resistant to bending and scratching. Win-win!


If you're curious, you can read more here

All our jewelry adheres to the EU REACH regulation, which restricts the use of dangerous substances such as nickel, cadmium, lead, and other toxic materials.

Although 14k gold is very durable, it is still delicate in nature, so you'll generally want to treat your jewelry with a bit of care. We also recommend occasional cleaning using a dry, soft cloth to make sure your jewelry keeps its sparkle.


Conflict-free diamonds for everyday.

We want our diamonds to be beautiful inside and out, and know the importance of sourcing diamonds ethically and conflict-free. 


Our diamond suppliers are members of the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), an international organisation that assures member companies in the jewelry and watches industry are adhering to responsible business practices. Each certified member is required to follow strict sourcing and production guidelines, ranging from ethical and sustainable practices to human rights. 

All our diamonds have a minimum SI clarity and G-H color.

Although diamonds are one of the hardest materials, they still need some TLC every once in a while (who doesn’t). We recommend using a soft toothbrush and some mild dish soap to give them a little clean. Rinse well and let them dry.

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