About the Material
S925 Silver:
925 refers to the blend of 92.5% silver and 7.5% of one or more alloy metals, most often copper. This variant tends to be the most popular due to its durability and ability to work well for sensitive skin. 
Rhodium is used to create a white reflective appearance on jewellery. As it is part of the platinum metal family, it is harder than gold so provides jewellery with a durable surface which resists scratches and tarnish. It is most commonly used to plate white gold as this metal naturally has a yellow tone, so by electroplating a layer of rhodium, the piece of jewellery will have a bright white finish.
Stainless steel:
Stainless steel is a popular material for jewelry because it's affordable and durable. Unlike other softer materials, it can withstand most daily activities without sustaining corrosion and scratches. Plus, stainless steel jewelry doesn't tarnish so it looks good even with minimal maintenance.
Cultured Pearls:
We use cultured Pearls for our jewelry mostly Tahitian, Chinese freshwater, Japanese Akoya, Indonesia Southsea and Edison Pearls.
Synthetic Stones:
Synthetic stones are produced by man in a lab and are also referred to as “lab grown" or "lab created." Although they don't occur naturally, synthetic stones have identical properties to their natural counterparts and are made by creating the exact same environment in which gems grow naturally.