All of our jewelry is made of surgical level 316 stainless steel. This material, renowned for its exceptional properties, seamlessly combines aesthetics with durability, making it a preferred material for crafting jewelry that stands the test of time.


Stainless steel is a non-porous material, which means that it does not allow water to penetrate its surface. This is due to the chromium oxide layer, which forms a protective barrier that prevents water molecules from entering the metal. As a result, stainless steel jewelry is highly resistant to rust and corrosion, making it an ideal choice for those who want to wear jewelry while swimming, showering, or participating in other water-related activities.

Tarnish Resistance

The chromium oxide layer also helps to prevent tarnishing. Tarnish is a natural process that occurs when metals react with oxygen in the air, resulting in a dull, discolored appearance. However, stainless steel’s protective layer of chromium oxide prevents oxygen from reaching the metal, which helps to slow down the tarnishing process. This means that stainless steel jewelry will maintain its shine and luster for a longer period of time than other metals that are prone to tarnishing, such as silver or brass.


Stainless steel is a non-reactive metal, which means that it does not react with acids, bases, or other substances. This makes it less likely to cause skin irritation or other allergic reactions. Also, stainless steel contains extremely low level of nickel. This makes it less likely to cause an allergic reaction in people who are sensitive to nickel.

Jewelry Care

Our jewelry requires low maintenance. To best take care of your jewelry, please follow the below recommendations:

  • When the jewelry gets wet or dirty, clean it with a dry cloth and leave it to air dry
  • Store jewelry separately to avoid scratching 
  • Avoid direct contact with chemicals (lotions, perfumes, etc.)