14K, 18K, 24K Gold

A very thin layer of gold were used in metal such as Titanium Steel, 316L Stainless Steel, S925 Silver, Rolled-Gold. The percentage of this gold are small but thick enough to makes it durable and prevent it from oxidization and corrosion compare to normal plating. It’s hypoallergic & tarnish resistance too.

Stainless Steel, 316L Stainless Steel, 304 Stainless Steel

Stainless steel contain a minimum of approximately 11% chromium, a composition that prevents the iron from rusting and also provides heat-resistant properties. In jewelry, stainless steel is ideal because it is resistant to corrosion and the effects of heat. Another aspect that makes stainless steel popular is that it stands up well to everyday wear and tear. It doesn't scratch easily, will not turn your finger green by itself and can hold up well to the sun, sand, and the sea. It can self-heal in the presence of oxygen. 

To find out if the jewelry is something that you really want to buy, and is safe for you to wear if you have a nickel allergy, look out for jewelry marker 316L (surgical steel) or 304 stainless steel.

304 stainless steel is the same as 316L is surgical steel (the same type of steel used in surgical instruments). But for 316L type of steel has 2 percent molybdenum in it, an element that added to resist compounds like Chloride from breaching the surface. It’s like a double seal, molybdenum, and Chromium oxide that seals the metal and plating. It’s hypoallergenic and safe for someone with a nickel allergy to wear. 


PVD coating

A process called Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD), is the most advanced surface finishing technique used today to treat Stainless Steel jewelry. During the process, a thin layer of condensation (usually Titanium Nitrate) is added to the base metal in vapor form. This settles into the steel and leaves the surface harder and brighter. 

Products that have undergone the PVD coating process have been tested to be 8 times stronger and tend to be more durable to wear and tear when compared to other plating methods such as electro-plating/electro-coating. PVD coatings are more resistant to corrosion from sweat and regular wear than gold plating. Advantages of Gold PVD Coating is Durability, Corrosion resistant, Longer lifetime, PVD coatings can be 10 times thicker than standard gold plating.



Rolled Gold is also known as Gold-filled but with lesser gold content thus affordable price.  The material does not tarnish easily, is easy to care for and will usually maintain its golden shine for a long time with proper care. The layer of gold on is 5 to 10 times thicker than that produced by regular gold plating, making it lasts longer than plated jewelry, and its hypoallergenic and nickel free too.


Titanium Steel

Titanium Steel is the most hypoallergenic metal available. Titanium Steel does not corrode or tarnish, its a strong metal & corrosion resistance. It safe to wear in salt water or chlorine water so it can be worn in the ocean, lake, pool or even in the shower. 

Titanium is rather skin-friendly since it isn’t usually mixed with other allergenic metals, so even people who are prone to metal allergies can wear titanium without worry. Titanium steel contains titanium and stainless steel metal alloys. As such, it possesses the hypoallergenic nature of titanium, ensuring titanium steel do not turn your skin green or cause any allergic reaction. Jewelry made of titanium steel also does not tarnish or bend.


S925 Silver

All silver jewelry should have a stamp to identify it as pure silver as required by law. “925” means Sterling Silver. It is often mixed with other metals to create a more durable and lustrous alloy. 925 means that the metal is 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals (often copper and nickel), its hypoallergenic and nickel free too.

Gold Filled

Gold Filled is not the same as Solid Gold. It is a fraction of the cost of Solid Gold and is made by bonding gold to a base metal to give it the appearance of gold. The process involves a high amount of heat and pressure and the resultant gold filled piece is typically more durable than a gold plated piece. 

Gold filled jewelry has 100x more gold alloy than gold plated and because that layer is so much thicker, it means gold filled jewelry lasts longer and stands up to wear and tear better. It will not flake off or turn your skin green and offers a great option for people with sensitive skin. Due to process of high heat/pressure that makes this material durable & won’t tarnish easily, its hypoallergenic and nickel free. Gold Filled Jewelry can stay beautiful for a lifetime, especially with a little care.

Freshwater pearls

Freshwater pearls are produced by Hyriopsis cumingi (triangle shell) and Hyriopsis schlegeli (Biwa shell), pearl oysters, freshwater mussels, or abalone. At freshwater pearl farms, each mussel is surgically implanted with 24 to 32 tiny pieces of mantle tissue, a process known as nucleation. Once the tissue has been inserted, a sac forms and cells begin secreting nacre (pronounced NAY-ker), forming a calcium-carbonate compound - a pearl. 

Over the course of 2 to 7 years, the mussels deposit layer upon layer of nacre around the growing gems, generally producing more than two dozen pearls clustered on the inside of each shell. After harvest, millions of pearls are sorted carefully and matched for size, shape, color, and quality, freshwater pearls are known for its whimsical & unique shapes, most of ihas some flat back. 

Mother of pearl shells

Mother of pearl also known as Nacre, is an organic–inorganic composite material produced by some molluscs as an inner shell layer; it is also the material of which pearls are composed. It is strong, resilient, and iridescent. The outer layer of cultured pearls and the inside layer of pearl oyster and freshwater pearl mussel shells are made of nacre. Other mollusc families that have a nacreous inner shell layer include marine gastropods such as the Haliotidae, the Trochidae and the Turbinidae.

Quartz stone

Quartz is a mineral with a chemical composition of silicon and oxygen. It is attractive, hard and durable. Quartz is a hard, crystalline mineral composed of silica (silicon dioxide). The atoms are linked in a continuous framework of SiO4 silicon-oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra, giving an overall chemical formula of SiO2.


A gemstone (also called a gem, fine gem, jewel, precious stone, or semi-precious stone) is a piece of mineral crystal which, in cut and polished form, is used to make jewelry or other adornments. However, certain rocks (such as lapis lazuli and opal) and occasionally organic materials that are not minerals (such as amber, jet, and pearl) are also used for jewelry and are therefore often considered to be gemstones as well. Most gemstones are hard, but some soft minerals are used in jewelry because of their luster or other physical properties that have aesthetic value.


Lapis lazuli

Lapis Lazuli is a crystal of truth in all aspects. It reveals inner truth, and promotes self-awareness and the acceptance of that knowledge. It provides for the relief of things that may have been suppressed and allows for them to surface, helping to diminish dis-ease or repressed anger, and allows for self-expression without holding back or compromising. 

The blue color of lapis lazuli is mainly derived from the presence of lazurite, a blue silicate mineral of the sodalite group. Pyrite usually occurs in lapis lazuli as tiny, randomly spaced grains with a contrasting gold color. When abundant, the grains can be concentrated or intergrown into distinct layers or patches. It can occasionally occur as a fracture-filling mineral.  


As all of our jewelry are handmade and using natural materials it’s important to wear and treat it with delicate. As our body produce natural oil/sweat Its common for all metals to oxidise, fade. Some extra maintenance and well care were needed to prolong the lifetime of these jewelry. Here are some simple tips that u can follow:  

  • Avoid from harsh chemical, acidic, perfume, chlorine/salt water. And wear your jewelry lastly after wearing perfume, lotions, sunscreen, etc.
  • Remove jewelry before bed, shower, and exercise. Harsh/compressed action upon the jewelry might broke or damage the chain. 
  • Remove jewelry before shower, although all of our material can resist sweat & water but frequently exposed to water & chemical can eventually corrode the plating. If you need to shower with your jewelry, do make sure you using mild/lower pH soaps, chemical such as fragrance/antibacterial product need to be avoided as it contain harmful chemical for the plating and will gradually corrode the plating. 
  • Avoid wearing jewelry in hot tubs or pools as it contain chlorine and chemicals in the water. 
  • Store your jewelry in box, pouch, ziplock bag. Store each jewelry in each pouch don’t store all of them together as scratches may occur from friction of the jewelleries.   

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