The Winter 2018 Collection 

The 4 colours collection is inspired by the actual colours of the precious materials.The Gold 14K (58.33% pure Gold), the White Gold 14K (58.33% pure Gold), the Sterling Silver and the Swarovski elements. All our Jewellery are stamped with the international marks of the precious metals ranging from 9K’, 14K’, or 18K and ‘925°for the Silver.

White Gold

The actual colour of the White Gold is grey as it is mixed with silver and palladium. It takes it’s white illuminating colour because it is plated with Rhodium a very strong material that we use as a lustrous. The Rhodium plate gets thinner over the time and the Jewellery might need to be replated approximately after 2 years depending on the use and the type of Jewellery. For instance, if it is a ring and you wear it every day might need to be replated after 1 year.


Pure silver a very l  soft metal to be used for Jewellery, for this reason, it is mixed with copper or other metal to create sterling silver, which makes it more durable. Sterling silver must contain at least 92.5% pure silver, which is why it's stamped as 925. 

Silver tends to tarnish, so always store your sterling silver jewellery in a cool, dry place. Clean your sterling silver using mild soap and warm water and drying with a soft lint‐free cloth. 


The Gold is mixed with other yellow metals in order to acquire its yellow illuminating colour but also for being strong enough for stone mounting and for resisting effectively to scratches. All the yellow Gold jewellery will need to be polished again after approximately a period of two years again depending on the use and the type of jewellery.

Swarovski Elements

Swarovski Elements is the brand name for the Swarovski crystals used in the fashion, jewellery, and accessories industries. The “Made with Swarovski Elements” indication on the labels certifies that the Jewellery is made with authentic Swarovski crystals.