Fine Precious Metal Jewelry


Many choose our platinum, gold, and silver jewelry for its quality, durability, and beauty. If you decide to purchase one of our pieces, we ensure it will remain a stunning addition to your wardrobe.




Platinum is the rarest precious metal in the world; it is almost 30 times rarer than gold. This metal is remarkably durable, and is molded in thousands of different ways without losing luster or strength. Platinum is one of the least reactive metals, which means it will not rust or tarnish over time. It is also less likely for platinum to induce an allergic reaction – unlike other metals that may contain nickel or other contaminants. Because of its rarity and strength there are only a few tons of platinum mined every year. This means each piece of jewelry is not only remarkable on its own, but a valuable one-of-a-kind piece for you to cherish for a lifetime.




Gold is the second least-reactive metal under standard conditions. It is best known for its reddish, yellow tint as well as its sheen and malleability. Many civilizations used gold for thousands of years in countless industries, but it is best known for its use in jewelry. Gold is resistant to most acids, and has a low corrosion rate. This makes it ideal for jewelry. The amount of karats within the metal make it perfect for jewelry making. It is also less likely to cause irritation or an allergic reaction than other metals.


When purchasing gold, be sure to know how many karats the piece contains, what sort of tests it has withstood, and its history. You want to know exactly what you are purchasing, and what to expect. Our in-house jewelers will be able to answer any questions you may have about our gold jewelry. We will also be happy to give you an honest and thorough assessment of any piece.




With the highest reflectivity of any metal, Silver is known to many for its shine. Silver has been used from ancient to modern times to adorn everything from clothing to buildings. Silver is a malleable metal with a high thermal and electric conductivity rate. This makes it simple to mold to make extraordinary pieces. Though silver is more common than gold or platinum, the native metal – metal that is found in nature – is much rarer. If you are purchasing a silver piece, be sure to find out about the jewelry’s history, origin, and makeup so you won’t have any surprises after your purchase. You should also bring in jewelry regularly for cleaning, and inspection, so your silver piece will shine for a lifetime.