We offer three different metals to choose from; what metal is best for you and your piece is entirely up to you.
Sterling silver consists of 92.5% pure silver (hence why sterling silver is sometimes referred to as “925 silver”) and is considered a precious metal. The other 7.5% of the alloy is usually copper, which strengthens the silver without compromising its appearance.
Since gold is a softer metal, it is often mixed into an alloy with other metals like silver and copper to add strength. In order to be considered solid gold, it must be at least 10 karats.
This refers to high quality sterling silver that is plated with a layer of 18-karat gold on top.