Silver was one of the earliest metals known to humans (about 4000 B.C.), and it has been considered a precious metal since ancient times.

Silver is an intense and valuable metal, and it is noble because it resists corrosion and oxidation. Its high enhancement make it perfect for jewelry, and craft stamping pieces. Its malleability, and ductility, make it the best choice for numerous industrial creations.

In our firm, we adapt in the best way the magnitude of the event that you held. Therefore, we can also offer the possibility to place orders in this extraordinary material.

In modern times silver is also used in dentistry, electronics, photography, mirrors and in a number of industrial applications that make use of its unique properties.

These qualities ensure that silver will continue to shine in the industrial scene, while its long history in handicraft and jewelry will sustain its status as a symbol of wealth and prestige.


If you want to maintain the brightness of your silverware in perfect condition advise cleaning with a damp cloth in vinegar and bicarbonate. Using lemon juice is also very useful in this task. Squeeze two lemons and dip your silver objects in it overnight.