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FAQs

We produce high quality jewellery made from the finest materials such as solid gold & sterling silver. Semi-precious stones (onyx, quartz stones, etc) & zircon stones are also used for many designs of our collections. For our summer collections, we also love to create jewellery pieces of freshwater pearls & beads.

925 silver means that 92.5% pure silver is used for the production of sterling silver jewellery.

100% silver is too soft to make jewellery, so the other 7.5% is an amalgam of other metals that help strengthen it (copper).

We produce our jewellery in 18k gold plated & 18k gold vermeil.

Gold plating is a process where a thin layer of gold is bonded onto a base metal. The metal used for the production of our jewellery is sterling silver.

Gold vermeil sounds fancy and it is fancy (it’s pronounced ‘ver-may’, by the way). It is the best plating you can offer your silver based jewellery. It contains a much thicker layer of gold (minimum of 2.5 microns), which increases the durability and life span of your jewellery!

There is no difference in colour between plated and vermeil.

In a few cases, the yellow of gold vermeil plating appears to be a little bit darker, but it is not noticeable.

The only difference is the durability of the jewellery, and that’s why there is a small difference in their price.

Your most common question!

The only quality metal that does not tarnish over time is solid gold. But gold, unfortunately, is an expensive choice. The second best option for you, in terms of quality metal is silver, so silver jewellery will become your best friend.

 The more love you show for your silver jewellery, the longer it will last. This can be from 3 months to years, it depends on you! To slower down the wear of the plating, especially on your gold-plated jewellery, it would be good to avoid wearing them in the shower, at the sea or in the pool. If you still intend to wear them under water, we would suggest you to choose gold vermeil jewellery.

Our jewellery does not turn black, unless you bring it in direct contact with chemicals. With wear and tear, in time, the gold plating will tarnish and return to its silver original form, which is an inevitable process for sterling silver jewellery, but it will not turn black.

 In rare cases, if your skin has a very acidic PH, any jewellery metal you put on will tarnish very quickly. In this case, it would be good for you if the jewellery does not come into direct contact with your skin.

Those of you who follow our journey for a long time, will already know that we are 100% gold lovers! And the truth is, the majority of our customers prefer gold colour jewellery. However, if you are a rose gold or silver lover, our workshop gives us the opportunity to make your wish come true.

Do not hesitate to contact us and share your thoughts with us!

We got you covered!

 A huge advantage of our Greek production is that there is almost nothing we can’t do.

Repairs, change necklaces lengths, change product colours, create customised jewellery, but most importantly: we can make your jewellery look as good as NEW at a very low cost. This process (plating and polishing) takes place in our laboratory.

Just drop us a message and we will inform you about all the necessary steps to complete the process!

Unless you are allergic to silver as a metal, which is very rare, you are not in danger of getting any skin allergies from our jewellery. The most common metal that causes skin allergies is nickel, which is used by many jewellery companies, because it helps the colour last longer and look brighter. But since nickel is a carcinogenic metal, we prefer to repeat the plating process for your jewellery if needed to restore it’s shine, rather than expose your skin to a metal like nickel.

So nickel-FREE it is!