MATERIALS
FRAMES IN GOLD

Gold is one of the most precious materials in the world. Gold is flexible and is relatively easy to process making it suitable to be used in the production of frames. Another benefit: gold never corrodes.

FRAMES IN WHITE GOLD

White gold is a gold alloy to which palladium and nickel are added. The colour is matte white.

FRAMES IN PLATINUM

Platinum is very heavy and the colour is grey and white. Platinum belongs to the transition metals and it is highly corrosion resistant. It is especially suitable for producing jewelled frames.

FRAMES IN PALLADIUM

Palladium is a highly scarce silvery-white transition metal and belongs to the platinum group metals.

FRAMES IN TITANIUM

Titanium has a shiny white metallic colour. The material is ultra-light and corrosion resistant.

FRAMES IN BUFFALO HORN

To produce frames from buffalo horn, the horn is cut into plates. The Asian water buffalo is a farm animal native to India. The material does not cause any allergies and is a convenient material for daily usage (no sweating). Horn has its own character and each frame looks different.

FRAMES IN ACETATE

Acetate is a light plastic produced by using cotton powder in combination with alcohol and acetone. Acetate is a very popular material for frame production.