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Gold Rings
Gold's stunning color and excellent malleability have made it a popular and prestigious fine jewellery ingredient for centuries. Since its first known use in jewellery by the ancient Romans, gold has endured throughout time as the most favoured precious metal to symbolise eternal love and devotion. While gold's high malleability lends itself to designs of almost all shapes, as well as making gold rings the easiest to resize, gold does need to be alloyed with other metals to build its resilience against wear and tear. While the combination of pure gold and alloys changes according to tastes and budgets, 24 karat gold jewellery is considered the most pure, which comprises 99% pure gold and 1% alloy.
  • Yellow Gold Rings
    Yellow gold wedding bands are the most traditional and time-honoured on the market. Yellow gold's association with purity and innocence has persevered over the centuries, putting yellow gold rings permanently in fashion.
  • White Gold Rings
    More durable and modern in their design than yellow gold, white gold rings are alloyed with metals such as silver, platinum and palladium to strengthen their structure and whiten their appearance. They are almost always plated with rhodium to provide further reinforcement, and to give them an additional degree of whiteness.
  • Two and Three–Tone Gold Rings
    Occasionally, different colors of gold are combined into a single ring. These 'multi-colored' gold rings have risen in popularity in recent years, particularly as wedding bands. These rings can integrate many different colors of gold, including yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, green gold, and other shades.
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