Here you will find a selection of 18K 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!
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18k white gold
In this section you will find some of our most extravagant 18k gold creations from the TraxNYC Custom Jewelry collection. 18k gold jewelry has a look that little else can match. It is the perfect metal to use in many pieces as it is very resistant to tarnishing, while at the same time being a relatively soft metal for our craftsmen to mold.
18k white gold
People try to get the high-end 18k gold look for less by buying colored stainless steel pieces such as Cubans and Francos, but these alternatives can only fool the most uninformed of gold chain enthusiasts. The look and especially the feel of a solid 18k gold chain is something you have to experience for yourself to understand, and we assure you that none of those imitations can even come close.
White Gold Jewelry
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All gold that is used in jewelry is an alloy of 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.
18k yellow gold consists of 75% gold mixed with 25% other metals. This combination of pure gold and color-appropriate alloys like copper is what gives 18k gold jewelry its incomparable glow. Other commonly used alloys include silver, which gives the metal a faint green hue.
Pure 18k gold, due to its high gold content, can be affected by certain chemicals like chlorine, commonly found in cleaning products. To clean gold jewelry you should never use chemical-based cleaning products â€“ warm water and a good natural soap will do just fine.