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  • Do you make solid gold jewelry?
    No, only gold-plated.
  • Do you work with Sterling Silver and Brass?
    Yes, we do.
  • Do you make gold vermeil jewelry?
    Yes, we work with pure 925 Sterling Silver with 3 microns gold plating. If you are looking to build a collection of high-quality jewelry without the pure gold price tag, gold vermeil is a fantastic option.
  • How thick do you plate the gold?
    Depending on your price point, we can plate up to 3 microns (120 mils). All our pieces are e-coated for anti-tarnish purpose.
  • Does the plating come off or tarnish over time?
    All sterling silver or brass will tarnish over time. But it will happen much faster when it comes into contact with agents such as perfume, salty air, sulphur, skin creams, hairspray, chlorine and acidic skin ph. The amount of tarnishing (oxidization) that occurs is dependent on the skin and care habits of the wearer. Tarnishing is therefore not a manufacturing fault.
  • How long does your plating last?
    Under general guideline, 0.125 micron should last 6 months or more, while 1 micron should last more than a year. However, we cannot guarantee on how long the plating will last, as it depends entirely on the customer's wear and tear.
  • Can I design my own pieces? How does the process work?
    Of course! Custom designs are welcome. Please see HOW WE WORK.
  • Can I visit your factory to design a collection?
    Most definitely, please drop us an e-mail on your travel plans.
  • I am looking to start my own jewelry company. Am I in the right place?
    Yes, we are experienced working with customers from non jewelry background.
  • Do you keep any stock?
    No, everything is made to order.
  • Do you work with semi-precious stones?
    Yes, we work with all sorts of precious and semi-precious gemstones in varies cuttings, shapes and sizes.
  • Do you sell men's jewelry?
    Yes, we do.
  • What is your production strength?
    Fast sampling, fast delivery and great details.
  • What brands do you produce for?
    Unfortunately our client names are confidential and cannot be disclosed anywhere for reference.
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