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What is 18CT gold plating?
18CT gold plating refers to a process where a layer of 18-carat gold is applied to the surface of an object, usually made of a different base metal.

How is it done?
The process involves electroplating, where a thin layer of 18-carat gold is deposited onto the surface of the base metal through an electrochemical reaction.

What does 18CT signify?
The "18CT" indicates the gold's purity, specifically 75% pure gold alloyed with other metals. In this case, it is applied as a coating, providing a luxurious and durable finish to the item.

What are the benefits of 18CT gold plating?
It offers the aesthetic appeal of gold at a more affordable price point, while still maintaining a high-quality and lustrous appearance. The plating also adds durability and resistance to tarnishing.

How should you care for 18CT gold-plated items?
To preserve its beauty, it's advisable to avoid harsh chemicals, excessive scratching, and prolonged exposure to water. Gently clean with a soft cloth to maintain the shine and longevity of the gold-plated surface.


What is sterling silver?
Sterling silver is a metal alloy composed of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, typically copper. This combination enhances the durability and strength of the silver.

Why is it called "sterling"?
The term "sterling" has historical roots, dating back to medieval England, and it signifies the highest standard of silver. It became a hallmark for quality and purity.

What is silver plating?
Silver plating is a process where a thin layer of silver is applied to the surface of an object, often made of a different base metal. This enhances the appearance of the item while retaining the cost-effectiveness of using a less expensive base.

How is silver plating done?
Silver plating involves electroplating, a method where an electric current is used to deposit a layer of silver onto the surface of the object. This creates a lustrous and durable finish.

What are the benefits of silver plating?
Silver plating offers the aesthetic appeal of silver at a more affordable price point. It also provides additional durability and tarnish resistance to the underlying material, creating a more resilient and long-lasting product.


What is stainless steel in jewellery?
Stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant alloy composed of iron, chromium, nickel, and other elements. In jewellery, it's valued for its durability, affordability, and resistance to tarnish and corrosion.

Why do we use stainless steel in jewellery?
Stainless steel is chosen for jewellery due to its durability, making it resistant to scratches, dents, and corrosion. It also has a sleek, modern appearance, and its affordability makes it an attractive option for a wide range of designs.

Can stainless steel jewellery be plated?
Yes, stainless steel jewellery can undergo plating processes. Plating involves applying a thin layer of another metal, such as gold or silver, onto the surface of the stainless steel to achieve different colours or finishes.

How is plating done on stainless steel jewellery?
Plating on stainless steel is typically accomplished through electroplating. This process involves immersing the jewellery piece in a plating solution and applying an electric current, causing a thin layer of the plating metal to adhere to the surface of the stainless steel.

What benefits does plating provide to stainless steel jewellery?

Plating enhances the aesthetic appeal of stainless steel jewellery, allowing for customisation in colour and finish. It can also provide additional properties, such as increased corrosion resistance while maintaining the fundamental strength and durability of stainless steel.


What is Cubic Zirconia (CZ)?
Cubic Zirconia, often abbreviated as CZ, is a synthetic gemstone made from zirconium dioxide. It is known for its brilliance, clarity, and resemblance to diamonds.

Why do we use Cubic Zirconia in our jewellery?
Cubic Zirconia is widely used in jewellery for its visual similarity to diamonds at a more affordable price. It allows for the creation of luxurious and sparkling pieces without the high cost associated with natural diamonds.

How does Cubic Zirconia compare to diamonds?
Cubic Zirconia closely mimics the optical properties of diamonds, displaying excellent brilliance and fire. While diamonds are natural gemstones, CZ is synthetic, providing an attractive alternative for those seeking an affordable and dazzling option.

In what forms is Cubic Zirconia used in jewellery?
Cubic Zirconia is commonly used as a diamond substitute in our various jewellery pieces, including rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. It can be cut and faceted into different shapes to imitate diamonds in a range of designs.

Are there any considerations when using Cubic Zirconia in jewellery?
While durable and resistant to scratches, Cubic Zirconia may not be as hard as natural diamonds. It's important to handle CZ jewellery with care to maintain its brilliance and avoid harsh chemicals that could affect its appearance over time.