Sustainable Metal for our Beautiful Universe
We only use quality metal to make sure all of our products last and are hypoallergenic,
while cutting all the middlemen and unnecessary markups to keep the cost low
and accessible. All of our pieces are handmade in our own studio and partner factories,
both of which are extensively vetted for responsible and ethical practices.
14k Gold *Recycled
Gold mining often creates unethical working conditions and harms the environment.
That's why we are committed to using 100% recycled gold. 14k gold gives our
pieces their beautiful, subtle hue and doesn't wear off as easily as 18k gold.
It is hypoallergenic, tarnish-resistant, and made to last.
14k Rose Gold
Rose gold is real gold, but it can never be entirely gold.
Its bright rose hue is achieved by mixing gold with copper.
Since the alloy contains copper, we don't recommend it to those
with sensitive skin. It is still a popular finish for many people as it achieves
a very natural look that complements any skin tone.
Rhodium is a rare, precious metal that is hypoallergenic and non-corrosive.
It is even more long-lasting than solid gold. We use rhodium for our silver finish because
unlike pure silver, it is highly tarnish resistant and scratch resistant.
It makes the piece highly lustrous and keeps it tarnish-free for much longer.
Sterling Silver *Recycled
Sterling silver is a precious metal that contains 92.5% silver.
It is more durable than pure silver, which is extremely malleable and very easily damaged.
With proper care, sterling silver can last a lifetime. If it ever gets tarnished,
it can easily and always be polished and regain its original shine.
Stainless Steel *Eco-Friendly
Sometimes called surgical steel, 316 stainless steel is not only 100% conflict free
but also one of the most environmentally friendly materials,
as it produces minimal waste during production and is infinitely recyclable.
It is also extremely durable, non-reactive, non-corrosive, and safe for people with
When using brass, we vacuum plate 2 microns of plating metal to ensure its
longevity and to minimize the chances of any allergic reactions, as opposed to
many other retailers that electroplate or merely dip their brass.
Brass is one of the most common metals used for jewelry, and its widespread
presence prompted us to use only recycled brass for the environment.
It is also one of the most durable and versatile metals.