Learn about our the metals we use.
- Gold-filled components deliver karat gold at a more affordable cost than solid gold, allowing you to enjoy the touch of precious metal looks for an affordable price.
- Sterling silver is an alloy containing metals that react with chemicals found in air and produce tarnish; high moisture levels, exposure to sunlight and contaminants such as salt water increase this reaction. Most tarnish is easily removed by polishing with a mild abrasive or soaking in an anti-tarnish solution.
- Rhodium is a rare, naturally occurring member of the platinum group of metals – making it a deluxe metal. It’s extremely tough, able to resist corrosion and scratches. It is because of this toughness and highly reflective nature that rhodium makes an excellent plating material.
- Stainless steel is durable and stands up to hard wear and is an excellent option for customers with nickel sensitivities.
- Pewter is considered to be a soft, yet durable metal commonly used in jewelry, behind gold, silver, and platinum. Cleaning pewter jewelry involves nothing more than mild soap, water, and a soft cloth.