Materials Used

Most of our jewelry is crafted with the following materials: gold filled, stainless steel, plated stainless steel or 925 sterling silver. Each piece is tested, and the quality of our pieces is most important.

Gold Vermeil 

Vermeil (pronounced vehr-may; it's French!) is a legally regulated term that refers to a certain kind of quality jewelry. To be legally called "vermeil" in the United States, the jewelry piece must meet ALL of these conditions:

1. Have sterling silver as its base material. Sterling silver is an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other materials, and is a standard material used in high quality jewelry (versus, e.g., brass or copper).
2. Be plated in gold that is at least 10k (10 karats). That means the gold is at least 41.7% gold content.
3. Have gold plating that is at least 2.5 microns thick. A micron is 1/1000th of a millimeter.

Jewelry Care

We recommend removing your pieces prior to bathing or going swimming in order to protect the plating and vitality of your jewelry. We recommend being careful with your pieces & avoiding direct contact between the jewelry and lotions/creams, perfumes/body sprays, water, etc. Clean your jewelry with a cotton square or a soft cloth to remove any dust and dirt. Gently rub the surface of your plated jewelry, this will also help restore shine. If your jewelry needs more cleaning, clean it with warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly.


Can I make changes to my order?

All Sales are final. There are some exceptions. We will do our best to accommodate any requests on orders that are new. If your order has begun processing, we are unable to make any modifications.



Coupon Codes

Coupon codes are shared via our newsletter & Instagram. Coupon codes must be used at the time of placing the order and cannot be applied afterwards.


Prices are subject to change without prior notice