All of our 18k gold plated pieces are crafted with a 925 sterling silver base. 18K gold plating refers to a process where a thin layer of 18-karat gold is electroplated or mechanically bonded onto the surface of a base metal, such as sterling silver or brass. This layer typically ranges from 1.5 to 2 microns in thickness. The term "18K" denotes that the gold used in the plating is 75% pure gold, mixed with other alloys for strength and durability. Gold plating offers a luxurious appearance similar to solid gold at a more affordable price point. However, it's important to note that gold plating can wear off over time with regular use and exposure to elements, revealing the base metal underneath.

The combination of our materials featuring a sterling silver base provides hypoallergenic properties ensuring that our jewellery is gentle on the sensitive skin.

For our larger pieces, we utilise a brass base, offering a lightweight alternative that enhances comfort for the wearer. This choice not only provides a better experience for those wearing statement pieces but also enables us to maintain an affordable price point without compromising on quality or style.


Gold vermeil, pronounced "ver-may,". What distinguishes vermeil from standard gold-plated jewellery is the thickness and purity of the gold layer. In vermeil jewelry, the gold layer must be at least 10 karats and be atleast 2.5 microns thick. This ensures that the gold coating is substantial and durable, giving the jewellery a rich and luxurious appearance.


We strongly recommend against having your jewellery come into any contact with chemicals, including but not limited to cosmetics, perfume, lotions and salt water. This is to prevent the jewellery from wearing down and discolouring.

Due to the nature of the metals, tarnishing may occur over time. This is dependant on a number of factors and the way the jewellery has been looked after. 

Remove jewellery prior to any exercising, swimming and showering. Wipe down the pieces with a soft polish cloth and store the pieces in the provided boxes in between wears. Make sure the jewellery remains cool and dry.