Gold jewellery


Gold design are more popular in India,  United Arab Emirates(SharjahDubaiAbu Dhabi), Qatar, Sri Lanka, Pakistan SingaporeAustralia

Gold jewellery are timeless and Gold has been the popular store of value and currency for 4,000 years, outlasting all paper currency and fiat money according to jewellery research.

Gold jewellery is becoming a must have trend within the young generation. There are different traditional and other methods used by goldsmith and designer to achieve an artistic design that is  irresistible which include handmade, filigree, 3design etc.

Chris Brown jewels designed by Eric The Jeweler is remarkable. The gold pendant is made with diamonds the piece is unique yet funky.

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Gold Karat

Pure gold is so soft it is rarely used in jewellery. Jewelers deal with various gold alloys, collectively called karat gold. Karat (K) tells the number of parts, by weight, of gold in 24 parts of alloy. The higher the percentage of pure gold, the higher the karat. Pure gold is 24K. 18K is 18 parts fine gold and 6 parts metal; 14K is 14 parts fine gold and 10 parts metal; and 10K is 10 parts fine gold and 14 parts other metal. Source from Zales.

One of my favourite piece is from Akelo’s treasure.

Alrami necklace with gold stones

14k Gold angel and jesus piece rosary necklace by King Ice.
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About Author

Nike Ademuyiwa, a member of the British Jeweller Association, is a jewellery expert with many years of experience in the jewellery industry. She is the creative director of Tink Jewellery a brand which tells people’s personal story either of love, life and style into the art of jewellery creation

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