1. 1.  Does plated jewelry tarnish?

    Gold-plated jewelry is jewelry with a layer of gold placed on the surface of sterling silver or brass to coat the piece, any plated jewelry will eventually tarnish over time and wear.

    However, there are many ways to make your gold-plated jewelry last longer. Please keep reading our jewelry care below. 
  2. 2.  How to Keep Your Jewelry from Tarnishing?

    1. Store It Properly 
    Store your jewelry in your jewelry box or ziplock bag. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight as it will cause discoloration and dullness. 

    2. Keep It Dry 
     Keep your jewelry away from moisture and liquid. Remove your jewelry when you apply lotion or cream, wash your hands, bathe, swim, spray perfume and sweat. If your piece gets wet, wipe it dry immediately.  

    3. Keep it away from sweat
    Sweat will cause discolorations on your jewelry. If your sweat has a highly acidic characteristic, jewelry that you are wearing will tarnish or fade easier when you perspire. Therefore, please wash away the sweat on your jewelry and always keep it dry.  

    4. Avoid contact with chemicals
    Keep your jewelry away from sea water , pool water , sunscreen , shampoo, perfume , bleach , hot spring , dye and others chemicals. 

    5. Carefully clean with Polishing Cloth or Cleaning Solution 
    Only clean your jewelry with a polishing cloth or dip in cleaning solution when it's tarnished. They may wipe off or strip away the protective coating of your plated jewelry.  
  3. 3.  How do I clean tarnished jewelry?

    1. Silver & Gold Polishing Cloth 
    It helps for buffing a shiny surface of jewelries.

    2. Jewelry Cleaning Solution 
    We suggest cleaning with liquid or paste polish if the jewelry is tarnished seriously. However, do not clean with that often as it may eventually strip away silver or gold, pitting the surface.

    *If above methods don't work on your tarnished jewelry, you are welcome to request jewelry repair from us.
  4. 4.  Can I wear my jewelry in the shower?

    Please remove your gold-plated / rhodium-plated jewelry when you are bathing and exercising!


  1. Metal Plating
    We use 14-18K gold 0.5-2.5 microns plating to give our jewelry a shiny finish,add protection and enhance durability. We mainly offer two types of plated jewelry : Gold plated and Rhodium plated. *Scroll down for more details.
  2. Gold Vermeil
    Gold Vermeil refers to sterling silver that is plated with a layer of real gold. In order to be considered as true vermeil jewelry in the United States, the piece has to meet certain criteria.

    1. Its base must consist of sterling silver
    2. Plated in gold of at least 10 karats
    3. Gold plating thickness at least 2.5 microns
  3. Does Gold Vermeil Tarnish?
    Gold vermeil jewelry can last for years with proper care. , It is ideal for everyday wear. Just be aware that gold vermeil can tarnish over time due to the effects of oxidation on its sterling silver base. Luckily, if you clean and maintain a piece of gold vermeil jewelry regularly, those signs of age can generally be removed. 
  4. Beige/Champagne Gold
    Our gold-plated jewelry has a hint of pinkish hue that is lighter than traditional yellow gold, yet a little more subtle than rose gold ,which looks amazing on every skin tone.
  5. What is the difference between 14K , 18K , 24K gold?

    K=Karat is the unit used to measure the purity of gold.

    *Alloys are added to gold is to make them strong.

    24K is very soft, making it not very ideal for every day wear. Thus, most jewellers opt to work in 14K and 18K which are both very strong.

A silver jewelry is covered completely in 18K gold.The gold layer will naturally tarnish and fade with time , and may be rubbed off with scratches. 

However, there are many ways to make it last longer.


A brass jewelry is covered completely in 18K gold which is stronger than sterling silver and less likely to bend, but it will tarnish and fade with time, and may be rubbed off with scratches. 

However, there are many ways to keep it from tarnishing


Our gold vermeil jewelry is a perfect choice for you to indulge in luxury pieces without the luxury price tag. Most experts would consider gold vermeil jewelry to be among the best substitutes for solid gold jewelry. You can also expect it to stay in good condition for a relatively long time with proper care.

 ✔️ Last longer than gold plated jewelry 

 ✔️ Affordable luxury 

 ✔️ The best substitute for solid gold jewelry 

 ✔️ Hypoallergenic   


A silver jewelry is coated completely in Rhodium which increase its durability. Rhodium is a rare element and a member of the platinum group of metals . It is highly tarnish resistant.


A brass jewelry is covered completely in rhodium which offers a shiny, mirror-like finish. Rhodium can also increase the durability of the metal and is less likely to react to your skin.