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  • Buying & Pricing - Gold Jewellery
  • Purity in Gold Jewellery
  • Caring for Gold
  • Gold Jewellery Articles
  • FAQs - Gold Jewellery
  • Types of Gold Colour

    Gold in its purest form is of slightly reddish yellow colour. However, it can be used to produce coloured gold in several other shades such as white gold, rose gold, green gold or grey gold. Through this guide, discover the different types of gold colours according to the composition of its alloys.

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    Different Types of Gold Coatings

    Want to know more about the gold plating options? Read more to find out which one is best for you - gold plated vs gold vermeil vs gold filled vs solid gold!

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    All About Rose Gold

    Rose gold is a subtle and romantic colour for jewellery that complements all the neutral shades. Due to its unique and trendy hue, rose gold is mostly prefered for engagement rings. Know more about rose gold through this guide that takes a quick dive into its history, making, and popularity. Also, discover things to check before buying rose gold jewellery.

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    All About White Gold

    White gold is a popular metal mostly preferred for engagement rings or wedding jewellery due to its subtle and classic white sheen. Also, it is a more affordable option over platinum as white gold is lighter, durable and cheaper than platinum. Know more about white gold through this guide that takes a quick dive into its history, making, and varieties.

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    White Gold Vs Platinum

    Fan of white metal jewellery but can't decide between white gold or platinum? Wondering which one is best for your everyday jewellery? This guide will help you know the differences to make a quick decision.

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    Solid Gold Vs Gold Filled Vs Gold Plated

    Are you confused between the most popular types of gold used for making gold jewellery? This guide explains the differences between Solid Gold, Gold Filled and Gold Plated jewellery to help you buy better.

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