Yellow gold, white gold and rose gold

In our beautiful collections we offer jewelry in yellow, white and rose gold. These are the most common colors of gold. The purest form of gold has a warm yellow color. In the Netherlands it is almost impossible that jewelry is made of 24 carat gold. Pure gold is very soft and can therefore quickly bend, dents and or in other ways damage. To make gold stronger and to give it a white or rosé gold color, it is mixed with other metals. Each color gold is mixed with a different composition of metals.



To maintain the color of gold, silver and copper are added. This makes the gold more firmer and the deep warm yellow color turns into a lighter variant. The intensity of the color can vary depending on the exact composition of the alloy. The more other metals are added compared to gold, the lighter the color and lower the carat. Yellow gold is often associated with classic and timeless jewelry designs.


White gold

To get white gold, white metals such as palladium and silver are added to the golden mixture during the armor. The result of this is a lighter color of gold. To make it really silver, it is finished with a layer of rhodium.

Over time, the warm yellow color can become more visible with white gold jewelry. This has to do with, among other things, the acidity of the skin. The speed of this process differs per person. This can easily be solved by roding the jewelry. In our range we have white gold jewelry of both 14 and 18 carat gold. White gold has a modern and elegant appearance and is often used in modern and contemporary jewelry designs.


Rose gold

Is also known as a red gold. Rose gold consists of gold, silver and copper. The ratio between gold and copper determines the final color. A higher copper content results in a deeper pink color. Roségoud has gained popularity in recent years because of its romantic and modern appearance. It has a softer look than yellow gold. Also with this composition we have jewelry in the range with a gold content of 14 and 18 carat.