Choosing your jewelry material


Strong & shiny platinum or going for gold

All the metals we provide are high quality noble metals. This will reduce the risk on allergies.



Platinum is our most popular metal for engagement and wedding rings. Platinum's naturally white sheen will never fade or change colour, and will be accentuating the sparkle and brilliance of a diamond. Platinum will last forever, making it the ultimate symbol for true, enduring, and everlasting love.



Characteristics Enduring, strong, and lasts a lifetime. Composed of 95% platinum and 5% other pure alloys.
Price A rare and expensive precious metal.
Performance - Strongest precious metal
- Resistant to damage
- Does not wear away
- Develops a satin finish
- Platinum is hypoallergenic
- Highest level of purity



Platinum is durable. Its density makes it the most secure setting for your diamond or precious gemstone. All our platinum rings are crafted with platinum prongs for setting loose diamonds. Because platinum is a naturally white metal, re-plating is unnecessary; it will always hold its beauty.



Though it is the strongest of jewelry metals, platinum can incure a scratch and develop a patina of wear. The patina is considered by many to be a unique and often desirable attribute. However, the pre-patina sheen and reflective lustre can easily be revived by merely buffing it with a soft cloth.



Platinum jewellery is very rare; in fact, 30 times more so than gold. Our platinum is 95% pure (5% iridium, palladium, ruthenium, and other alloys), and its purity makes it naturally hypoallergenic, ideal for those with sensitive skin issues.



It's easy. Simply soak platinum in a mild solution of warm soapy water, and then gently scrub it with a soft-bristled brush.



Gold has an extraordinary heritage with unique qualities. As an enduring element found naturally in a distinct yellow colour, gold is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion. Although gold is very strong, it's also the most malleable of all precious metals.

Characteristics A classic metal with high gold purity. Composed of 75% gold and 25% pure alloys
Price Less expensive than platinum, yet highly valued.
Performance - Softer, malleable metal
- Easy to polish and repair
- Resistant to rust and tarnishing
- 18k yellow gold is rich in colour
- Has a distinct heritage

We craft our jewellery using 18k gold. 18k gold is composed of 75% gold, which is alloyed with other metals to make it strong enough for everyday wear.



Yellow gold
Natural gold and colour-saturated alloys are what give yellow gold jewellery its rich shine. An expert mixture of copper, silver and pure gold gives this precious metal its signature warmth.

White gold
A silvery white character is what makes white gold jewellery so appealing. It’s plated with an extremely hard element called rhodium. Although strong, rhodium may wear away over time. Replating is a simple process that can be done to restore whiteness to your jewellery.

Rose gold
The beautiful pink hue of rose gold jewellery is created by using a copper alloy. Again, the overall percentages of metal alloys is the same for rose gold as it is for yellow or white.



Since gold is a natural element, it is affected by harsh chemicals such as chlorine or other cleaning products. To clean gold jewellery, use a solution of warm water and detergent-free soap with a soft-bristled brush. When not worn, store your gold pieces in soft cloth bags or the original box to protect them from the elements of daily exposure.


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