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Where is the jewelry made?

Every piece is made or compound in our family workshop - a small, quiet and immersive place in the middle of the fields near Copenhagen. All gold is casted in our old gold foundry, and all stones are settled at the workbench by our own jewelers.

Can I see this product in the boutique?

As our collection of jewelry is slowly growing, not all pieces are in stock in the boutique. Please let us know, if you would like to see a specific piece.

Can I just come by or should I book a meeting?

You can always come by! We only recommend you to book a meeting if you want not to be interrupted, get a full immersion or in case of particularly personal emotions connected to the project.

What's the price for this product if I use my own gold?

Please ask us about a specific piece. Read more about reusing own gold in our workshop here.

About our materials

925 Sterling silver

Silver is a metallic element (AG, 47). Sterling silver is an alloy consisting of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% copper. Silver is by nature a soft material. Therefore, silver is mixed with copper to give a robustness and better resistance to daily wear.

As time goes, the silver will react to the oxygen from the air and get darker. This cannot be prevented - though you can make the shine last longer and remove the oxidation by following our product care advice.

Gold plated 925 Sterling silver

Gold plating is a method of depositing a thin layer of gold into the surface of another metal by chemical or electrochemical plating. Our gold plated jewelry consist of a thin layer of 14K gold on a massive 925 sterling silver jewelry.

As time goes, the silver will react to the oxygen from the air and get darker. This cannot be prevented. However, you can make the shine last longer and remove the oxidation by following our
product care advice. Worth knowing: No gold plating lasts forever, but you can make it last longer by following our product care advice. You can order a new gold plating in our boutique.

14K gold

Gold is a metallic element (AU, 79). Pure gold is known as the most malleable and ductile material. Pure gold is thus too soft for practical purposes and is therefore used in alloys with other metals. In jewelry, the purity is stated in KT:

8 kt / stamped 333 / consist of 33,3% pure gold
14 kt / stamped 585 / consist of 58,5% pure gold
18 kt / stamped 750 / consist of 75% pure gold

Gold does not react with the vast majority of chemicals, which is one of the reasons why gold is an all time preferred material for long lasting pieces. Dirt can actually be the biggest reason why your jewelry looks dark or damaged and it can easily be removed by following our product care advice.

Gemstones & classifications

Gemstones is a piece of mineral. In modern use, minerals are classified in precious (diamond, ruby, sapphire, emerald) and semi-precious stones. (all other gemstones)

The worth of a gemstone can be stated in large number of areas such as the colour, clarity, carat, cut. What we would pay attention to is the resistance of the stone, which, according to Mohs' hardness scale, is arranged as followed: (Stones used in the MS collections)

Diamond - 10
Sapphire - 9
Real zircon - 8
Topas - 7,5

At Maria Sørensen, we only use stones that has a high score on the scale, as we want your jewelry to last for generations.

Product care: As time goes, many gemstones get unclear due to dirt underneath it. This can easily be removed by following our product care advise. We recommend that you occasionally accentuate your jewelry as they may have been exposed to impacts and stone loosening.

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Fulfil the form below or get in touch at: hello@mariasorensen.com


Maria Sørensen Boutique
Kompagnistræde 7, st.th.
1208 København K, DK.
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Three generations of jewelers

As a child, I loved being around my father's workshop, watch him work, and sneak peek in his diamond collection. Our family has a history of jewelers through generations, starting out by my grandfather, who opened his first jeweler shop in 1975. Today, we run a small immersive and passionated family workshop with our own gold foundry and jewelers on the workbench. In 2021, I opened my first physical boutique with own designs, customized projects, and gold recycling service.

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