Sterling Silver Jewelry is Electrifying

Silver is the most conductive metal. It conducts electricity even better than copper, which is the most popular material for making electrical wiring. And our sterling silver contains 93% of pure silver (and 7% of an alloy of copper and zinc). It is the most conductive of the materials we are offering.

What it means is that silver can transfer electricity. In the most obvious sense: you can be electrocuted by touching a silver wire connected to a source of electric power. But it also means that silver is electrifying. Sterling silver jewelry can communicate energy and power, even emotion. When you’re wearing sterling silver jewelry, you’re receiving the energy. And you’re sending your emotions and power out into the world.

It is a malleable alloy, perfect for shaping into small intricate designs. Also, our sterling silver jewelry does not contain nickel, so it’s hypoallergenic. It is a luxurious metal perfect for creating a piece of eternal beauty.

Standard production time for a sterling silver piece of jewelry is 7 business days.

Our sterling silver jewelry is hallmarked

Your sterling silver piece of jewelry will be hallmarked with a purity stamp officially approved by the Royal Mint of Belgium. It has been issued to our manufacturer, i.materialise. The jewelry will be marked as “AG 925”, an attest to the purity of sterling silver.

The stamping is performed with utmost care, either by laser, or with a metal stamp. If there is a chance of damaging the jewelry in the process, it will not be marked. However, you will still receive an invoice proving the authenticity of your sterling silver jewelry.

Sterling silver jewelry bound for countries outside the European Union will not be hallmarked.

We are offering the following finishes for your sterling silver jewelry:


This finish is created with the use of magnetic polishing. Your piece of jewelry will be placed in a magnetic tumbler. It uses a magnet to spin steel pins around an object to polish even its tiniest crevices. The effect is glossy and very detailed, but slightly uneven.

High Gloss

This finish is very elegant and shiny, but less detailed than the gloss finish. There will be no hard edges – your piece of jewelry will be very smooth to the touch. This effect is achieved by hand-polishing. Choose the high gloss finish for a lustrous and reflective surface.

This finish adds 3 days to the standard production time.


The antique look is based on a high contrast: very shiny outer surface, and dark, shadowy recessed areas. Your piece of jewelry will be oxidized at first to create the tarnished effect. Then, the outer surfaces will be hand-polished to bring out the gloss.

This finish adds 2 days to the standard production time.


This finish has an even matte look. Your piece of jewelry will be literally blasted with an abrasive substance to create this finish. It has a unique appearance and pleasant, slightly grainy texture.

This finish adds 4 days to the standard production time.


Another matte finish. This look is created by brushing with a harsh metal brush, which adds a delicate lined effect to the surface. These delicate lines resemble satin, which creases very easily, and yet stays smooth.

This finish adds 4 days to the standard production time.

A word of caution about our matte finishes. Jewelry in matte is so uncommon and original that you may have trouble finding matte accessories to complement it. For example, if you’ve chosen a pendant, finding a matte chain may be a challenge. You can also explore other options, for example wearing the pendant on a leather string. Visit our gallery for inspiration!