Material & Care

Stainless Steel with PVD Coating (Gold / Rose Gold / Silver)

Physical Vapor Deposition, or PVD, is a vacuum coating process that will produce a beautiful decorative and a very functional finish on the item being coated. PVD utilizes a titanium nitride that provides an extremely durable and a tough wearing coating. PVD coatings are more resistant to corrosion from sweat and regular wear than standard gold plating.

PVD Coating is corrosion resistant, hypoallergenic and it is very high levels of durability plus longer lifetime. It is also adheres well to metal and doesn’t discolor, flake or tarnish easily. Designed for every day wear, water and sweat resistant.


Rolled Gold

Rolled gold is also known as ‘gold-filled’ with slightly lesser gold concentration. Rolled gold is made by fusing as a base metal, often silver, brass or copper between thin sheets of gold. The metals are then bonded together using heat and rolled into flat sheets for use in jewelry. 

The thickness of the gold layer must be at least 5% of the total metal weight. In other words, the gold should be 1/20th of the total weight of the piece. 

Rolled gold is a durable option and doesn’t tarnish or discolor with time. It doesn’t easily flake or wear off. It is durable enough for daily use and can last long with a proper care. It is also hypoallergenic.


Gold Plated

Gold Plated is made by applying a thin layer of gold onto the base metal, which is usually silver, brass or copper. The gold layer should measure at least 0.5 microns. This can be done through electroplating process.  

Gold plated jewelry need a proper care and more attention because the layer of gold that adheres to the metal base is thinner than solid gold jewelry. It is also hypoallergenic.


Overall jewelry care & tips

We believe that proper care and maintenance is necessary for all jewelry, regardless the material. You may refer below tips on how to prolong the life of your jewelry ♥

• As each one of us has a different level of skin sensitivity, kindly wear it at your own risk.

Jewelry Care