Stainless steel has long been a reliable material in products worn close to the body, such as watches. Its stability and ability to retain its original character have made it a sought-after material. WOS offers jewelry in pure stainless steel as well as variations with platings.

WOS uses PVD plating (Physical Vapor Deposition) on stainless steel. This technique provides a surface that stands out for its superior resistance to corrosion, water, sweat, and daily wear compared to conventional gold platings.

WOS PVD gold plating on stainless steel is done in 14k gold. Steel jewelry with 14k gold PVD plating can be easily cleaned by wiping with a cloth when necessary. The PVD plating is so durable that you can shower and was your hands and the jewelry will NOT lose it's color!

WOS silver plating consists of silver with an underlying layer of gray titanium, enhancing the strength of the silver. Jewelry with silver plating can be gently polished with a silver cleaning cloth or quickly silver-dipped if needed, especially if it has oxidized or yellowed.

WOS has restructured its production to use recycled stainless steel as much as possible. Recycled stainless steel retains the same properties as regular stainless steel. Recycled stainless steel can be recycled again and again without losing its properties.

If you see this symbol, you know that the product is made of recycled stainless steel.


Brass is a living material that evolves over time. Brass that is not cared for darkens and develops a patina. Factors such as humidity, temperature, and light affect the color development of your jewelry. To clean brass, use brass polish with a soft cloth to restore its original shine.


Silver is a dynamic material that reacts with air through oxidation, resulting in a coating and a darker or yellowish tone on the silver. The speed of oxidation depends on humidity and how often the product is used. Silver is best polished with silver polish or by dipping it in silver cleaner. To preserve the polished appearance of a silver piece, it is best to use it regularly.


Leather is a genuine natural material that ages beautifully. To maintain its beauty, leather requires regular care, especially if used frequently. Clean the leather continuously, at least once a year, with suitable products such as saddle soap, soap, and leather oil. Impregnation spray can be used on leather and suede to enhance protection against water and dirt.


Wool should be washed in the washing machine's wool program with a mild detergent. Wool garments can also be hand washed for gentle cleaning.


Silk | Raw silk can be washed in the washing machine's wool program with a mild detergent. Silk scarves may shrink slightly, but this can be counteracted by ironing the scarf from the wrong side when it is still damp.


Polyester can be washed in the washing machine. We recommend 30 degrees and using a mild detergent. Spin gently at a low speed.