Psylish provides jewelry in a variety of metals- 18k gold, 14k gold & Gold Vermeil. Each of our pieces are designed using ethical sourced materials. All our jewelry pieces requires a certain amount of care to ensure longevity.
Psylish jewelry is predominantly produced in 18k gold, while pure gold is too soft for fine jewelry, so other metals are added to the purest gold to increase its durability. Our 18K gold, made with 75% gold mixed with alloys, is the closest you can get to 100% gold while maintaining strength, resilience, and shine. Adding the right amount of pure gold and mixing it other alloys, ensures the particular gold tone & the longevity of the items.
Psylish jewelry also offers 14k gold jewelry. 14k gold denotes 58.3% gold mixed with alloys to make it ideal for fine jewelry. Our 14k gold has a subtle hue and is even more scratch resistant than 18k, making it perfect for everyday wear. 14k jewelry is perfect since it is affordable without sacrificing on quality.
Psylish Gold Vermeil jewelry. Gold vermeil is an overlay of gold over a base of sterling silver, 925 Sterling silver is an alloy of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. Our vermeil coating is done in 18k gold instead of the standard 10k gold and finished with a layer of protective coating. We recommend that you keep your pieces away from water, sweat and cosmetics, and keep them in a tightly sealed plastic pouch so their beauty will last much longer.
Psylish jewelry is made with high-quality diamonds that are ethically sourced from our suppliers who follow conflict-free and socially responsible practices. All of our white diamonds are graded SI (‘eye-clean’) or above for clarity. Diamond is the hardest thing on planet Earth. You can be sure that nothing will happen to it. You don’t have to worry about diamond jewellery wearing off as long as you take good care of it. This means you can wear your investment and enjoy it as long as you want.
Introducing Psylish Precious stones, Sapphires are one of the four most precious gemstones in the world. They are also the second hardest gemstone in the world and hence, they are resistant to scratches. Given their high value, sapphires must be well looked after.