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What to Do When Your Ring Irritates Your Skin
There are many solutions when your ring or other jewelry causes skin irritation. The key is to correctly determine the cause of the irritation, and then decide on a solution that works for you. It can be as simple and sizing the ring, removing solder, smoothing out rough spots, or rhodium plating. Or, you may need to consider remaking your ring in a different metal. We are here to help you decide what course is best for you... read more »
Star White Gold
We have found a gold alloy that is extremely white and looks great without any plating. Star White Gold is bright white even without being rhodium plated like most white gold. What you see if what you get. No guess work. No taking anyone's word about how white it truly is. Star White gold has a bright, shinny finish that will keep its look... read more »
The Difference Between White Gold and Platinum
The first difference between white gold and platinum is the most basic and is the foundation of all the other differences. White gold and platinum are different metals. White gold starts out as gold. Gold is yellow. Platinum is itself a white metal. White gold and platinum have their own properties that make them unique. How is white gold made? White gold is an alloy of gold and some white metals such as silver, nickel or palladium. The white color is achieved by a careful choice of the alloying metals... read more »