The precious metals we use in our jewellery are PLATINUM and GOLD (WHITE, YELLOW AND ROSE). Each one has the ability to complement a diamond or gemstone in different ways.
Platinum is our most popular choice for wedding and engagement rings. Due to its hardness, rarity and naturally white finish it will never change colour. Our platinum rings are 95% pure, which means they are naturally heavy and anti- allergic.
White gold is an alloy of gold and uses pure gold alloyed with other white metals such as palladium and silver, to produce a beautiful polish and shine. The purity of gold is given in karats. White gold is popular for diamond engagement rings and wedding bands.
Yellow gold is the traditional choice for engagement rings and wedding rings, Yellow gold maintain its colour without oxidizing in air or water. A mixture of pure gold, copper and silver gives yellow gold jewellery its signature warmth. Depending on what carat you choose, the colour and hardness of the ring will differ.
Rose gold is a mixture of pure gold and copper alloy. It is also known as pink gold or red gold. It is widely used for specialised jewellery. Like yellow gold, depending on what carat you choose, the colour and hardness of the ring will differ.
Any item sold as precious metal in the UK must be hallmarked to confirm that it meets the legal standard. This cannot be done by the manufacturer or importer, but must be submitted to one of the four UK Assay Offices, or an Assay Office belonging to the International Convention. The Assay Office LONDON has a long established reputation within the jewellery trade as an independent centre of quality assessment and expert opinion.