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FAQs about Gold Rings
The most fashionable gold rings depend on the occasion. If you are looking for engagement rings, then the designs in style today are diamond white gold rings with embellishments like pavé diamond accents and an elegant twisted band. Classic, simple metal men's gold rings are always a top choice for a wedding band, while women's wedding rings often feature additional diamond details.
We carry 14k and 18k gold rings for women and men in a variety of styles, and both have their own unique appeal. 18k gold rings are 75% pure, giving them a luxurious feel and a higher value but slightly less durability. 14k gold rings are 58.3% pure gold, which provides fantastic wearability at a more affordable price. Your choice should depend on your budget and your lifestyle. For the best balance of value and durability, 14k gold rings are the top choice.
Women should feel free to wear as many gold rings as suits their style and personality. Wearing both a wedding ring and an engagement ring after getting married, for example, is common. We carry matching engagement and wedding gold rings for women that can be worn together on the ring finger of the left hand for an stunning effect. Our experts will gladly guide you through finding the perfect pairing.
Gold rings are available in yellow, white and rose gold. Some gold rings for women are also available in tri-color or multicolor gold options. Yellow gold has historically been a popular style but additional colors such as white and rose gold are increasingly popular.
Real gold rings are available in karat gold rather than plating or vermeil over other base metals. Real gold rings are constructed from a combination of gold and additional alloys that help strengthen the jewelry. The karat number on your gold ring will indicate how much gold is in the ring, with 14k and 18k as some of the most popular options for gold rings. Real gold rings will have a stamp on the inside band indicating the ring’s gold karat. Typically, the stamp will be 10k, 14k or 18k gold though other karat options can also be found.
No, 14k gold is not pure gold. It is considered the gold standard in rings, though. Pure gold is exceptionally malleable which makes pure gold less favorable for jewelry. Jewelers blend gold with other alloys to help strengthen it, making 14k gold rings an excellent choice.
14 and 18 karat gold are considered the best options for affordable gold rings. 14 and 18k gold rings provide a beautiful hue while maintaining durability for daily wear.
Yes, 14k and 18k gold rings can get wet without being damaged. There’s no need to remove gold rings when washing your hands.