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Chroma Numeric. Status Not open for further replies. Please create a new topic or request for this thread to be opened. Joined Feb 13, Messages I recently purchased some items in 14K gold from India.
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The Gold was a much darker color. I''ve tried searching the net and looked through the forum archives but all the references I''ve found point to 18K or 22K gold. Does anyone really know what makes this gold a different color when its sold as equal to 14K?
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Related topics: How to choose precious metals for engagement jewelry - Educational Guide. Joined Jul 25, Messages 13, So all the other stuff which it is alloyed with will make different colors. Joined Jan 26, Messages 20, Joined Nov 1, Messages 23, There are thousands of different mixes in 14k gold. From other sources its also called deep yellow.
My guess is that it has more copper than silver in the mix to darken it up. Thank you, the link to the page on alloys indicates that there are 14K alloys that are dark or rich gold but didn''t describe content. My guess would be that since articles on the topic indicate that the Asian market looks down on anything less than 18K to 22K these were made as low end knock-offs for the Asian equiv.
Or perhaps made specifically for export. I''m guessing whatever they were alloyed with would be safe to wear. I really am becoming a fan of the darker gold Thanks again. Here is a listing of mainstream alloys once you get beyond them its proprietary mixes that you cant get info on. Joined Aug 1, Messages 5, I bet it was for export.
I was in India years ago and many of the pretty items for sale there are also for sale here.
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By the way you pay very little for the labor and mostly for the weight of the gold so the prices are very cheap. India is a great place to shop for jewelry if you happen to be there. Bali too. Joined May 3, Messages 7, I can not give you a good answer on what was used, but I can ask my bench on Tuesdaay if there has not been a good answer yet. More copper and less nickle would be one obvious answer but probably not the full or possibly even the correct one.
I have no expertise in this area. Richard Homer has a ring that he made or had made early in his career with blue gold, he said it is very hard to work with as the alloy makes the gold brittle, so he sandwiched it in between two pieces of rose gold between two layers of yellow gold for an incredibly interesting look. You really can get an incredible variety of colors by using different alloys, I am surprised we don''t do more of it as part of the design process.
Thanks Storm, great piece.
I''ve worked a lot with steel, nickel, and tool steel alloys and I was surprised to see that quenching actually reduced hardness vs aging. I''ve hardened most tool steels drill rod for example by heating quenching in oil and then tempering so it won''t be so brittle. Valerie is the sole designer who founded her company is Our vision is to create beautiful jewelry that quietly listens to modern trends but more importantly, feels classic and is well made to become future heirlooms.
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Gold jewelry is strengthened with other alloys, or metal mixtures, because pure gold is too soft for daily wear. The remainder is made of copper, silver, zinc, and nickel white gold only. Do you regularly play sports or work with you hands? If so, a 14K gold ring may be the right fit. Gold naturally tarnishes, scratches, and bends over time.
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However, compared to 18K gold, 14K tarnishes more slowly and is more resistant to scratching, bending, and scuffing. For the same reason, 14K gold is also more affordable than 18K.