Materials and Composition

Diamonds are precious, colourless stones that were formed naturally in Earth's mantle millions of years ago. 

Lab Grown Diamonds are real diamonds; they are chemically the same as natural diamonds. However, rather than being formed in the earth, they are formed in a lab. The process of creating a diamond is much shorter and, therefore can be sold at a more affordable price.

Cubic Zirconia (CZ) are man-made imitations of diamonds that exhibit many of the same qualities as a real diamond.

Ruby is one of the four precious stones and the third hardest gemstone. They range from pink to blood-red in colour and are the birthstone for the month of July. Rubies are used to commemorate 40th wedding anniversaries.

Sapphire is one of the four precious gemstones and has been associated with nobility and royalty for centuries. They are typically blue in colour, however, sapphires can range from violet to black. Sapphires are thought to represent energy, healing and wisdom. They are the birthstone from the month of September.

Emerald is one of the rarest gemstones after diamonds. This lustrous green gem is believed to represent loyalty, romance and success. Emerald is the birthstone for the month of May.

Precious metals: 9 Carat gold jewellery is stamped by the manufacturer and hallmarked by the assay office. The gold content stamp of 375 is on all our 9-carat products. 18-carat gold is stamped 750. Silver jewellery is also stamped and will contain the silver content stamp of 925.

Costume Jewellery: This product contains no precious metals and instead has a micron plating to give the effect of a gold product. When used occasionally, it can have a lasting effect over a period of time.