Here you will find a selection of white gold jewelry that can now best be described as extinct - 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.
True potential of
14k white gold
In this section you will find some of our most extravagant white gold creations from the years we have spent as custom jewelry designers. White gold jewelry has the potential to become the number metal standard in the industry. It's high quality and malleability make it ideal for manufacturers, and its stunning appearance makes it perfect for you.
14k white gold
People try to get the white gold look for less by buying stainless steel and silver pieces, but for a chain that just won't work. The look and especially the feel of a white gold chain is something you have to experience for yourself to understand, but we assure you that none of those imitations can even come close.
White Gold Jewelry
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To understand 14k white gold you must under stand its basic components.
Combining those for basic elements will make any average consumer as educated in the art of 14k white gold as much as a jeweler with years of experciance.
White gold is an alloy of gold and at least one white metal, usually nickel, manganese or palladium. Additionally, yellow gold can be given a white gold appearance through a process called rhodium plating. This process is reversible and as a result is an ideal option for jewelry lovers, who can choose to move between yellow and white gold as they please. The karat weight system used in white gold is the same as that used in yellow gold. 18K yellow gold and 18K white gold contain the same proportion of gold; only the remaining 25% of the alloy is different. For example, eighteen-carat white gold consists of 75% gold mixed with 25% white metals. New white gold rings are usually coated with a hard protective finish of rhodium, a silver-white metal like platinum. To keep a white gold ring looking its best, we recommend an annual replating of rhodium, since the coating inevitably wears off over time.