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Made to Last

916L Stainless Steel

Our favorite metal of choice is definitely 316L Stainless Steel. While not considered a precious metal, it is much more durable and affordable compared to silver.
This durability is due to a Chromium coating that is chemically bonded to the steel. The invisible coating protects the steel underneath from oxidation (tarnishing and rusting). It also protects against scratching by taking the initial impact of a scratch and then resealing itself.

This process, called passivation, is the spontaneous formation of a hard non-reactive surface film that prohibits further corrosion. If stainless steel is better than silver, gold, and titanium why is it less expensive?

Simply because stainless steel is more abundant than other metals.

It will not rust, corrode, tarnish, stain, fade, or turn your skin green. And it is hypoallergenic. Don't be confused. Not all stainless steel jewelry is the same.

.925 Sterling Silver

Our exquisite collection of handmade sterling silver jewelry is made with an alloy of silver containing 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. 

The copper gives the alloy strength while maintaining it's malleable properties with the high precious metal content. It is the malleable property of silver, or it's ductility, that makes it an easy metal to work with.

This means it can be easily formed and shaped into the unique and beautiful designs that you can see in our collection.

The "Hallmark" or stamp of sterling silver .925 on our pieces is the hallmark which indicates the purity of silver in our hand-crafting of every piece.

Sterling silver jewelry is popular because of its versatility, elegance, and affordability.

To most jewelry enthusiasts, well-cared for sterling silver is indistinguishable from white gold - but is available at a fraction of the price.

Guaranteed to last a lifetime warranty

Because we’re so confident in the quality of our products, we offer A Lifetime Warranty on all your purchases. 

What does the warranty cover?

The warranty covers manufacturing defects when the products are used normally. It doesn’t cover normal wear and tear or damage caused by accidents.