Our jewellery may look simple, but it can take weeks (often months) to develop a new design. Once a design is ready to make the transition from paper to metal, we fabricate a prototype using traditional silversmithing techniques. A mold is then made from the prototype, and the pieces are cast in sterling silver. There's a surprising amount of work involved in cleaning up and finishing the castings, and we do all of that in our workshop. As you can imagine, working on such a small scale can be challenging.
Our pieces are made to last, however, sterling silver is subject to tarnish and may require a bit of cleaning from time to time. Exposure to oxygen is what causes the tarnish, so it helps to keep your jewellery in a ziplock bag when you aren't wearing it.
For a deeper cleaning:
If you have any questions or require further information, please do no hesitate to contact us.