Our materials

Mirāsa is timeless heritage. It is meant to be handed down from generation to generation. For this reason we use only the finest materials like 925 Sterling silver, high-quality Moissanite polkis and hand-selected gemstones.


925 Sterling silver: We use the extremely ductile 925 Sterling Silver, an alloy made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper, as our base metal.

14 Karat: Our 14K Gold plating consists of 58.3% pure gold alloyed with other metals for a warm, lustrous finish.

18 Karat: Comprising 75% pure gold, our 18K Gold plating offers a luxurious radiance and enduring beauty.

22 Karat: Crafted with 91.7% pure gold, our 22K Gold plating exudes a stunning richness and depth.

Rhodium: Our Rhodium plating provides a brilliant silver-white finish, enhancing jewelry with a modern aesthetic.

Antique: Infusing jewelry with vintage charm, our Antique plating adds character to pieces with its nostalgic glow.



American Diamonds or AD refers to synthetic gemstones crafted to mimic the brilliance of natural diamonds. They offer affordability and versatility in jewelry design.

Cubic Zirconia (CZ): Renowned for brilliance and clarity, CZ closely resembles a diamond. Crafted meticulously for flawless appearance, it offers elegance without the hefty price tag.

Moissanite Polki: A lab-created gemstone, Moissanite Polki showcases raw beauty akin to uncut diamonds. Ethically sourced and durable, it's a sustainable luxury choice.


The selection of gemstones used in a Mirāsa creation are striking imitations of emeralds, rubies, yellow and blue sapphires, rose quartz and other precious as well as semi-precious stones.


South Sea Pearls: These rare and distinctive pearls originate from the South Sea. Due to the limited availability of the oyster, the cultivation and production costs are exceptionally high, making South Sea Pearls one of the most valuable types of pearls. These pearls possess natural imperfections and indentations, which contribute to their unique beauty.

Cultured Pearls: Created under controlled conditions by mussel or oyster farmers, Cultured Pearls offer a more accessible option compared to natural pearls.

Freshwater Pearls: Sourced from freshwater mussels, Freshwater Pearls come in a wide variety of shapes and colors, adding to their appeal.

Shell Pearls: Synthetic pearls designed to mimic the appearance of natural pearls.

Chinese Button Pearls: These symmetrical, button-like pearls have a flattened or squashed appearance, setting them apart from other types of pearls.

Mother of Pearl: Also known as nacre, Mother of Pearl forms as an iridescent layer within the shells of mollusks. It comes in a range of natural colors but is often bleached or dyed for aesthetic purposes. Colored Mother of Pearl offers a vibrant alternative for creative uses.