|Composition||Ag 93%, Cu 4%, Zn 3%|
Sterling Silver is an alloy of Silver (Ag), Copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn) and has a white color.
Even though it’s a precious metal, Sterling silver can “rust” (tarnish). Also known as oxidation. If it oxidizes, it gets a thin black layer. This is due to the copper in the alloy.
Our Silver designs are made through the process called: wax 3D printing and lost-wax casting.
In short, it’s a combination of state-of-the-art technology and traditional jewelry crafting.
Silver conducts (high) dimensional energies and frequencies very well.
The energy of this metal is connected to our Moon and Sea.
It enhances the high sensitivity and it symbolizes purity. So silver is very suitable material for healers and energy workers.
This remarkable metal is dedicated to the Greek Goddess Artemis. She symbolizes Femininity and Strength.
When Sterling silver oxidizes, it gets a thin black layer. This usually happens when you’re not wearing your jewelry for some time. Friction with your skin and clothes prevents the oxidization layer to become visible.
To remove the tarnishing, you can use a soft (polishing) cloth and rub the tarnishing off. This will achieve a like-new surface.
Sterling silver is a soft, skin-friendly metal and is suitable for everyday wear.
People with a copper allergy, can experience allergic reactions of the skin due to the copper in the alloy.
If this happens to be you, we advise you to choose a fully hypoallergenic metal such as Titanium or Platinum.
The Raw finish includes filing and very light polishing to achieve a rough surface texture.
The Polished finish includes hand-polishing to achieve a smooth and shiny surface.
The Blackened finish includes hand-polishing and an oxidized layer of Sterling Silver on recessed areas.
Since some blackened areas are prone to friction with the skin and clothes, the blackening might wear off on these areas.
Therefore we advise this finish for occasional wear.