Materials

  • Sterling Silver

    We use .925 Sterling Silver in our manufacturing of jewelry.

  • Gold

    We manufacture our gold jewelery by using 10, 14 and 18K in yellow or white color.

  • Brass

    Brass is usually combined with copper or alpaca. We have earrings, cuff and bracelets in this material.

  • Titanium

    We use this noble metal mainly in body piercing jewelry. It's natural color is off-white with a yellowish tone and very light weight. We process some titanium items which gives a variety of color finishes such as pink, light blue, dark blue, black, green, purple or gold.

  • Alpaca

    Alpaca is also known as German Silver. We offer it in earrings, rings, cuffs, hair barrettes, pendants and bracelets. Some items are silver plated to give a rich white finish. Alpaca is an inexpensive metal in comparison to sterling silver. Most of this jewelry is imported from Mexico.

  • Acrylic

    Acrylic accessories come in a variety of forms like beads, dice and body piercing jewelry. There is a good selection of color on beads which vary from 4, 6 and 8mm round. Some are glow in the dark and others have a frosted metal blend. Call for color availability. Acrylics are available in bulk.

  • Copper

    We only use solid copper in rings, cuffs, bracelets and earrings. Because of its softness, some designs are reinforced by combining them with other metals such as brass and alpaca, giving a rich tri-color look. Many people claim that copper rings help against arthritis and finger stiffness; from experience after doing jewelry polishing, I can agree with this claim. Copper properties may tarnish the skin temporarily (it comes off with soap and water), which means your body is absorbing its benefits.

  • Surgical Stainless

    Each item of 316L Stainless is also put through a special finishing process. Using state of the art equipment, the result is a highly lustrous finish with qualities beyond what the naked eye can see. This process is equivalent to the manufacturing of surgical instruments, whereby it reduces the possibility of carbon precipitation and eliminates amorphous oxide and other contaminants from the metal. This procedure involves the degassing of hydrogen which bacteria feeds on. Therefore, since there isn't any hydrogen, our product is hypo-allergenic guaranteeing that our jewellery meets the highest standards you require.