Here you will find a selection of higher grade gold jewelry that can now best be described as extinct â€“ or at best dormant. These pieces were simply too heavy and contained too much pure gold to remain in production at today's gold prices. Hopefully one day they will be back, but for now you can take advantage of our great 10K gold alternatives!
True potential of
10k white gold
In this section you will find some of our most extravagant 10K gold creations from the TraxNYC Custom Jewelry collection. 10K gold jewelry is the perfect metal to use in many pieces as it is high quality yet not that expensive when compared to higher grades, so you can make large custom pendants and other such pieces for much less than if you were to go for 14K or 18K.
10k white gold
10K gold chains offer a great option at a fraction of the price of higher end pieces, while at the same time completely outshining other alternatives that have become popular, such as stainless steel and silver chains. These alternatives can only fool the most uninformed of gold chain enthusiasts, because once you've owned a real gold chain â€“ even if it's just 10K â€“ you will never go back to wearing anything of lesser quality.
White Gold Jewelry
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All gold that is used in jewelry is an alloy of pure gold and at least one other metal. This is because pure gold is too soft for everyday wear, so it is alloyed with a mixture of metals such as silver, copper, nickel and zinc to give it strength and durability.
In the case of 10K gold, pure gold accounts for 41.7% of the weight of the item. The remaining 58.3% is made up of other metals such as copper and silver which add color and strength to the gold and make it suitable â€“ and affordable â€“ for use in jewelry.
This combination of pure gold and color-appropriate alloys is what gives 10K gold jewelry its signature appearance. The exact hue of 10K gold jewelry is determined by the ratio and make-up of the alloys that are used.