About our products

Since its inception, ELF925 has operated as a trusted manufacturer of lightweight 925 Sterling Silver jewelry, among many other exclusive jewelry products, with a broad range of timeless pieces in our repertoire. From earrings to studs, charms, beads, pendants, necklaces, bracelets, and rings, our diverse range boasts a style for every taste, a price for every budget, and a collection for every age group - children included. Our exquisite body, fashion, and steel jewelry stand unmatched in the industry today, which you’ll quickly see when exploring our website!

Where the Story Begins

Every Elf925 creation is born in our Bangkok factory, while our steel jewelry is produced at our China-based office. Everything we create is brought to life at the hands of highly skilled craftsmen, using high-grade raw materials with hypoallergenic properties. Our well-refined production process means we never miss a deadline or delivery, compromising neither quality nor time. Elf925 adheres to all domestic and international labor laws, empowering you to invest with confidence.

Our Metals

925 Sterling Silver

Each original Elf925 creation is guaranteed to boast a minimum of 92.5% pure silver - meeting rising global demand for this valuable precious metal. In spite of its quality, Sterling Silver is still a far more affordable commodity than its Gold and Platinum counterparts.

316L Surgical Steel

We leave no stone unturned when sourcing the highest quality surgical steel money can buy. This specific type of steel presents impressive durability and resistance to scratches, rust, and general wear and tear. Neither air nor moisture exposure will compromise 316L Surgical Steel’s luster.

When exploring our products, you’ll swiftly find that Sterling Silver and Surgical Steel constitute around 99% of Elf925’s jewelry. All other items are manufactured using titanium, brass, and/or zinc - because we are committed to delivering no less than the very best for our global customers.

Our Gem Stones and Crystals

Czech Crystals

The majority of Elf925’s jewelry is made by talented craftsmen using Czech Crystals - a form of lead glass manufactured in the Czech Republic. Available in 60+ color variants, Czech Crystals are a key part of the Elf925 manufacturing process.

Swarovski Crystals

Our immensely popular “La Crystal” brand is manufactured exclusively using crystals made by Swarovski - a form of lead glass crystal manufactured in Austria. Swarovski crystals are available in a broad range of shapes and sizes, fueling the insatiable beauty of our popular La Crystal collection.

Cubic Zirconia

Commonly known as CZ, Cubic Zirconia so closely resembles real diamonds that few people can tell the difference. To the naked eye, the variance is indistinguishable - something only experts are able to ascertain. By integrating large amounts of Cubic Zirconia into our jewelry, from a broad palette of colors and cuts, we are able to give our products that enviable “diamond-like” sparkle.

Synthetic Opal

Creating truly one-of-a-kind jewelry is what we at Elf925 do best - and our Synthetic Opal creations are no exception. Our craftsmen make magic daily, using magnificent Synthetic Opal color spectrums, fused with various kinds of plating, to deliver exceptional experiences for our customers. While Synthetic Opals are born in a lab to expedite stone-growth, they feature the identical chemical, physical, and optical characteristics of raw mined stones.

Semi-Precious Gemstones

The Elf925 teams goes the extra mile to bring you the very best jewelry, with a broad selection of 100% natural and genuine semi-precious stones. These include:

  • Amazonite
  • Amethyst
  • Chalcedony
  • Black Onyx
  • Citrine
  • Garnet
  • Labradorite
  • Pink Tourmaline
  • Red Onyx
  • Amethyst
  • Rhodolite
  • Rhodonite
  • Sodalite
  • Turquoise
  • Howlite
  • Malachite
  • Strawberry Quartz
  • And Beyond

Traditionally, semi-precious stones are naturally mined, then sent on for cutting and shaping into various shapes and sizes. From there, the stones can be used for various jewelry types depending on the item that needs to be made. To learn more about the semi-precious stones we use in our jewelry, please view the color chart and product descriptions found on our product pages. All semi-precious stones bare the name “GENUINE” in the product title for your peace of mind.

Pearls

Pearls have been a staple in the jewelry industry for 4000+ years, representing the “ultimate status symbol” for millennia. Today, pearls are far more common, used in fashion jewelry items worldwide. At Elf925, our collections boast three kinds of pearls: Plastic, Glass, or Fresh Water. Each comes in a broad range of shapes and colors, and the type of pearl will always be specified on the product page under each picture.

Our Plating, Epoxy, and Finishings

Plating

Plating is common practice in the global jewelry industry, and Elf925 is no exception. We carefully plate each delicate piece of Silver jewelry that leaves our facility, providing unprecedented protection against tarnishing, rust, and scratches. Plating also adds a bonus layer of shine and luster. For steel jewelry, we use Ion/PVD plating.

Our most common plating formats include:

  • Silver Plating
  • 14K Gold Plating
  • 14K Rose Gold Plating
  • E-Coating

Platings such as Black Ruthenium, Rhodium, and two-tone 14K Gold and Silver are less common, but our team uses them where needed to add a Gold, Rose Gold, Black and/or Chocolate-colored coating to any piece of steel jewelry.

To learn more about plating at Elf925, please click here today.

Epoxy

The secret to our jewelry’s obscure texture and colorful appeal lies in something called Epoxy - a plastic-based paint used to create exquisite, colorful patterns in our jewelry. Most of our Epoxy-coated designs can be found in our children’s collection.

Finishings

The type of finishing we use depends on the desired outcome. Brush is one of our most common finishes, encompassing pieces with a stunning matte look. Diamond Dust is another, giving the impression that the jewelry has been “dipped” in glitter. Oxidization, however, is perhaps the most common finish of all, arming jewelry pieces with a unique vintage aesthetic.