The Ana & Cha jewel is plated with 18-carat gold, then coated in a 24-carat gold bath in order to give it the sparkle and brightness that define it so well. All the stones used are natural and delicately hand crafted.
Our jewelry is made of a brass base, non-allergic, manufactured in compliance with European REACH standards : without lead, cadmium or nickel.
The gold thickness (3 microns and 5 microns for the rings) gives Ana & Cha jewelry an excellent resistance to time.
It does not go dark or change color, and it is water resistant for a better daily wear! This quality standard allows us to use the French standard "Plaqué or", a pledge of quality and sustainability over the years.
Furthermore, we offer a 3-year guarantee on our gold plating for all our jewelry!
A clear message
It’s in compliance with the European REACH standards that we create what we know best: a trendy jewel, for all women, that can be worn in any circumstances!
We want to get away from the great moralizing speeches, full of over-promises, and go back to the truth without talking non-sense
We control the whole manufacturing process. From the design, by our artists in Paris, to the plating in our European factories.
Historical and trusted partners
Our workshops have been carefully selected. They are frequently inspected and have certifications (RJC) in terms of working conditions and sustainable development (protection of employees' rights and the planet). We want to maintain the quality of our products, while using respectful methods for people and the environment.
Do you want to know the secret for a successful collaboration ? A fair balance between high standards, trust and loyalty.
A sustainable jewel
Today, 100% of the gold used in the plating of our collections comes from recycling. This initiative avoids the overexploitation of natural resources and limits the pollution linked to the extraction of gold, in particularly thanks to the reduction of CO2 emissions and water consumption.
A jewel Ana & Cha is made to last, it follows us through the seasons while maintaining its beauty and brilliance. It’s in this logic of sustainable consumption, that we encourage to consume less but better..
Finally, because we would like to contribute to a circular economy, we continue to integrate sustainable practices in all our activities.