Luxe Wholesale Jewellery specialises in high-quality jewellery grade Stainless Steel supplies, complimented with our genuine leather and semi-precious gemstone products. We pride ourselves on providing HIGH-QUALITY products at an affordable price.
All Luxe Wholesale Jewellery products begin from a hand sketch in our Australian studio. The designs are then made into molds of the sketches then cast from those molds and hand polished to a high shine using various tools. Our chains and findings are all made to our specifications and comply with the same metal process as the blanks.
Luxe Wholesale Jewellery metal stamping blanks, engraving blanks and charms are all jewellery grade 316L Stainless steel while our Chains & Findings are either 316 or 304 Stainless Steel. They are available in 3 finishes – Silver, IP Yellow Gold and IP Rose Gold.
Stainless steel is made from mostly chromium, molybdenum and small traces of nickel (less than 8%). Stainless Steel is …
Extremely strong and durable.
Doesn’t tarnish, rust, corrode (will never go black) and will not discolour your skin.
Is a hypoallergenic, making it perfect for those with skin irritations and allergies.
Stainless Steel is becoming very popular as it is more cost effective, and making it a quality and affordable choice for jewellery.
You can get the same look without the price tag.
The Stainless Steel Yellow Gold and Rose Gold pieces are made using IP Plating (Ion plating) otherwise known as Furnace Plating or Vacuum Plating. The center of the circle is Stainless Steel and the outside has a layer of titanium oxide, which can be used as a pigment (gold, rose gold) and has the same non allergenic properties as stainless steel. The process turns the titanium oxide into electric ions which becomes a harder and more durable coating with a higher brightness than that produced through traditional plating methods.
Ion plating will never chip like traditional standard plating, it will also never tarnish or turn green/black.
People often ask how long the plating will last, and it really depends on how you look after the piece, how many chemicals it’s exposed to, and if it’s rubbing/wearing against other metals or items. Sometimes due to the humidity/sweat some colour fading may occur.