White Gold, Yellow Gold Or Rose Gold Wedding Bands?
This gorgeous pair of wedding band caught our attention when we first stepped into the showroom of Infinite Gold 5 years ago! It was love at first sight! The many diamonds surrounding it made it looked really classy and sparkling. Without much hesitation, we decided on it and got our sizes fixed before the sales staff started customizing a new pair for us. ! setback of this beautiful bling is that it is rather tough to resize if you need to change the size of it at the later stage. So, we have to stay slim!
After about a year or so, we decided to try Rose Gold instead of the White Gold. The picture above is the completed Rose Gold plated wedding band! I think it looks really pretty and unique as compared to the other wedding bands around.
We wore this for a year and plated it back to White Gold because my husband prefers the White to the Gold. And until today, we still love this wedding band design so much! Never getting sick of it. Personally, I find wedding bands really important, do choose something you really like so you won’t end up taking them off after a few years in marriage. It should always be worn on the finger as a symbol of the promises and vows you made as a couple.
Let me share with you some knowledge about the differences between White Gold, Rose Gold and Yellow Gold. Personally, I’m a Rose and White Gold fan, not so much of yellow gold. And I believe most youngsters these days share the same sentiments with me… Am I right?
Differences of Gold
People all over the world are fascinated by the beautiful luster of gold. Gold has always been the inspiration for jewellery to be worn as a symbol of prestige. It is also the perfect countenance of an individual creative expression which is shared by both the artist goldsmith and with the wearer.
Gold is a precious enduring metal with unique physical characteristics. It is dense, soft, malleable and ductile with a bright yellow color and luster that does not rust, tarnish, and corrode. The gold content of a piece of jewellery is measured in carats, which can range from 1 to 24. Therefore, 100% pure gold is 24K. Pure gold is too soft for everyday wear, thus it is alloyed with other metals to give it the durability necessary for jewellery.
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