The materials that we use to make our jewelleries are semiprecious stones, silver, titanium, gold-plated silver and steel wire.

The semi-precious stones that we are able to use: Aventurine, Hematite, Aquamarine, Amethyst, Ammonite, Petrified Wood, Aragonite, Agate, Garnet, Carnelian, Citrine, Lava, Cat’s Eye, Eye of the Tiger, Onyx, Rhodonite, Rutile, Pyrite, Tourmaline , Jasper, Amber, Lapis Lazuli, Malachite, Taurus Eye, Peridote, Pink Quartz, Chaoliti, Chrysocolla, Pearl, Unakiton, Sodalite, Turquoise, Fluorite, Chrysolite, Amazonite, apatite, Ivory, Moonstone, Jade, Hypersthenes, Coral, Obsidian, Smoky quartz. Semiprecious stones are sourced from all over the world.

The silver we use is 925 (a mixture of 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper).

The gold plated silver we use is 925 which have acquired the appropriate processing gold color.

The steel wire that we use is either gold plated or silver plated. The use of steel is for durability and long use that we want the jewelry to have.

The metal titanium that we use is strong and anti-allergic. This metal is used in industry and especially in aerospace engineering due to its low special weight and its durability. Titanium has exceptional skin-friendly properties, for this reason titanium is widely used in medicine, in orthopedic surgery and in construction of jewelleries. Some processing  are getting difficult to be done due to the fact titanium as a metal has weird hardness and texture.  The actual identification of this metal was made in 1795 by a German chemist, M.H. Klaproth who gave the name titanium, after the Titans, the giants of Greek mythology.

We use jade strings and wax strings in our macramé jewelleries.