Material Explained

At our heart, we are curators of pieces that defy fleeting trends and embrace timelessness. We're passionate about crafting pieces that endure.

Every detail of our jewellery is meticulously considered, every choice made to ensure enduring quality. 

Welcome to psyndrome, where timeless allure meets mindful creation.

Stainless Steel / Titanium Steel
316L or 304L stainless steel, also referred to as titanium steel, are renowned for their exceptional resistance to corrosion, tarnish, and oxidation. 

Not only it is hypoallergenic, this material ensures each piece retains its original brilliance, upholding its integrity even with daily wear. 

Sterling Silver
Sterling silver, a blend of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% alloy metals.

Notably hypoallergenic, sterling silver ensures comfort for sensitive skin. 

Most of our sterling silver jewellery pieces feature a protective coating such as gold plating or rhodium plating. This specialised process enhances the durability and resistance to tarnish of the jewellery. 

Semi-Precious Gemstone

Semi-precious gemstones are exquisite natural minerals that hold a captivating allure of their own. In our 'You're A Gem' collection, we gemstones like Amazonite, Amethyst, Peridot, Pink Opal, and Moonstone, each offering a distinct beauty and a myriad of benefits.

Cubic Zirconia
Cubic zirconia (CZ) is made from zirconium dioxide crystals.

Its production requires fewer resources & has a lower environmental impact compared to mining natural gemstones.

We typically use CZ stones that are at least of grade AAA, which represents a high-quality CZ with excellent clarity, cut, and color. It is often considered comparable to a diamond in terms of appearance.

PVD Coating

During the PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) process, a thin, protective layer of material is deposited onto the jewellery's surface in a vacuum environment. This layer creates a strong bond with the base metal, resulting in improved resistance to wear, scratches, and fading.

Jewellery Care

While plated jewelleries offer a more affordable alternative to solid gold, 

it's important to keep in mind that they may require more careful care and maintenance to prolong their appearance and lifespan.


Remove your jewellery before showering, swimming or working out to prevent scratches and to avoid damage to the metal.

Tip: your jewelry should be the last thing you put on before going out and the first thing you remove upon coming home.

Gentle wash your jewellery with clean water, then pat dry with a soft, non-abrasive cloth. Keep it dry!
Store your jewellery seperately. Ideally, in a soft pouch or anti-tarnish, micro-suede lining jewellery box.
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