precious metals

The gold and silver we use are recycled, sustainable and Chain-of-Custody ( CoC ) certified. This means that the supply chain has been reviewed from start to finish and ensures full traceability of the alloys we use as well as responsible production and processing of materials. This certification also guarantees extraction following strict ecological guidelines and respecting human rights, in accordance with the “ Conflict-Free Gold Standard ” guaranteeing that no warring party is supported.


Throughout history, gold has often symbolized the emanation of celestial and solar matter and is considered the precious metal par excellence. In particular called "noble metal" it is not very sensitive to corrosion and oxidation. It is a precious metal that exists in different colors depending on its composition. There is red, pink, yellow, gray gold.

750 gold jewelry is recognizable by its "750" hallmark that you will find on each of our gold pieces.


925 silver, also called solid silver or sterling silver, is a precious metal widely used in jewelry. It is composed of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, most often copper. This alloy makes the silver harder and therefore easier to work with.

925 silver or 925 vermeil silver jewelery is recognizable by its "925" hallmark, which you will find on each of our silver pieces.

The Vermeil

We also offer "Vermeil" jewelry, that is to say jewelry in solid 925 silver, covered with 18 carat gold. To obtain this designation, the gold layer must be at least 5 microns, or on average 5 times thicker than for "gold-plated" and "fine gold-plated" jewelry. The basis of "gold plated" is a common metal, often brass, unlike Vermeil which requires silver.

The advantage of Vermeil and that it can be regilded to infinity. By taking care of it, you will keep your jewelry for many years.

Vermeil jewels are recognizable by their "925" hallmark that you will find on each of our pieces.