About Us

We source only the best quality products for our customers

Our Company

It is a known fact that there are many jewellers out there. Our aim is to supply good quality metals to our customers at affordable prices.  Our customers never need wonder if they have received what they paid for. And lets face it jewellery makes everyone feel special. Whether you like bulky jewellery or fine jewellery everyone is unique, so spoil yourself.

 

 

Some Interesting Facts

Types of Metals

925 Sterling Silver

Sterling silver, also known as 925 Sterling Silver, is a metal alloy used in jewellery and decorative household objects. Traditionally, it is 92.5% silver (Ag), and 7.5% copper (Cu). Occasionally, other metals account for 7.5%, but the hallmark will always indicate 92.5% silver purity.

However be cautious of the following that has flooded the market:  Be wary of Chinese Silver – which carries the mark “S925” which is usually nickel/copper with a silver coating.  This is not to be confused with Scandinavian Silver which also carries the mark “S925” and its pure 92.5% silver. 

Tungsten Carbide

While tungsten carbide has many of the properties of tungsten itself, including its durability, strength and high melting point, it is a much better metal. Tungsten ranks at 7.5 on the Mohs scale. Tungsten carbide is extremely scratch resistant at Mohs 8 to 9, and is the hardest metal for use in jewellery.

Stainless Steel

With its resistance to rust, oxidation and discoloration, this corrosion-resistant alloy is ideal for long-lasting jewellery designs.  Jewellery made with these finding will endure heavy wear longer than those made with carbon steel and softer base metals.  While not considered a precious metal, it is much more durable than silver or platinum.  Stainless steel jewellery is durable and affordable.  It will not rust, corrode, tarnish, stain, fade or turn your skin green.

Rhodium

Rhodium is a silver-white metallic element that is highly reflective and resistant to corrosion. It is considered the rarest and most valuable precious metal in the world — well above gold or silver. The name rhodium comes from the Greek word “rhodon,” meaning rose, named for the rose-red color of its salts.

FACT: Rhodium plated sterling silver jewellery is the best type of sterling silver jewellery to buy on the market because it will never tarnish, looks better than real white gold, and a tenth of price. Rhodium plated sterling silver jewelry looks like white gold jewellery because white gold jewellery is also plated with rhodium.

9ct & 18ct Gold

The primary difference is the precious metal content. 9ct gold contains 37.5% pure gold. 18ct gold contains 75% pure gold.

The remainder is an alloy of various metals, which may include copper, zinc, silver, palladium or platinum, depending on whether it’s a yellow, rose or white gold piece.

An 18ct gold piece will generally be more expensive than an equivalent 9ct gold piece, as it contains twice as much pure gold.

Titanium

Titanium is highly valued in the metals industry for its high tensile strength, as well as its light weight, corrosion resistance, and ability to withstand extreme temperatures. It’s as strong as steel but 45% lighter, and twice as strong as aluminum but only 60% heavier.

From the Director

As I have grown older I have learnt that doing what you love most in the world is the best occupation you could give yourself. Jewellery is my passion so I created this company not only for myself but for customers whom also love quality and affordable pricing.

Kathleen Dreyer

Director