Materials We Use

   We are committed to responsible consumption, all of our jewelry is made from precious metals such as silver and gold. These materials are completely recyclable without degradation in quality and can be worn for many years, minimizing damage to the environment.

Sterling silver 

   925 Sterling Silver is a high-quality alloy that contains at least 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, usually copper or zinc. All our silver jewelry does not contain nickel, only this composition is safe for health.


   Vermeil is a technique to gilt Sterling Silver with a layer of gold. MISHKA vermeil is produced by plating 925 Sterling Silver with 14 karat yellow or rose gold. 

Rhodium plating

Rhodium is a rare element that is harder than gold and is highly durable and can be 10 to 25 times more expensive than gold. Rhodium plating makes silver jewelry more scratch resistant and less prone to tarnishing. One of the biggest upsides to rhodium plating is it’s nickel free, making it hypoallergenic. We use both white and black rhodium plating for our jewelry. 

Cultured pearls 

A cultured pearl is a genuine pearl that is created by human-initiation. They occure in wide variety of colors and shapes.

Natural stones 

In our collections we use many precious and semiprecious natural stones like amethyst, quartz, rose quartz, zultanite, onyx, topaz, moonstone and many more. They differ from each in their physical qualities - color, translucency and transparency giving every jewelry a unique look. It is also believed that natural stones have metaphysical properties and each stone differs from others with its energy and effects on the mind and body. 

Hydrothermal gemstones

Hydrothermal gemstones are a full-fledged analogue of natural gemstones. Grown in the laboratory, they demonstrate all the properties of a natural mineral: colour, luster, structure, hardness, transparency. At the same time they have fewer flaws, with a lighter carbon footprint they are enviroment-friendly and their prices are significantly lower than their natural gemstone counterparts.