What is Gold PVD Plated Jewellery?

PVD stands for Physical Vapor Deposition. It is a vacuum coating process which produces a gold finish to a base metal. PVD coatings are more resistant to corrosion from sweat and regular wear than regular gold plating. 

How to care for Gold PVD Plated Jewellery?

Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals as they can damage the delicate gold plating. If needed, you can lightly dampen the cloth with mild soapy water and gently pat dry. Store it Safely: Proper storage plays a crucial role in maintaining the longevity of your gold PVD jewellery.


What is Gold Vermeil? 

Gold Vermeil refers to high quality sterling silver which has been plated with a thick layer of gold. For a piece to be considered vermeil, the gold plated layer must be at least 2.5 microns thick. Gold vermeil provides a balance between the luxurious look of solid gold and the affordability of gold-plated jewellery. It's a popular choice for those seeking high-quality, gold-accented pieces without the higher price tag associated with solid gold jewellery.

How to care for Gold Vermeil Jewellery?

While more durable than regular gold-plated jewelry, gold vermeil may still wear over time, especially with regular use. It's important to handle it with care to maintain its appearance.To extend the life of gold vermeil jewellery, it's advisable to remove it before activities that may cause excessive wear, such as swimming, showering, or using harsh chemicals.