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18kt White Gold Flat Court With Flat Edges

More Information About 18kt White Gold Flat Court With Flat Edges Wedding Rings

18kt white gold flat court with flat edges wedding rings are new to the wedding rings market, having been introduced to specifically align with the modern ring shanks that are appearing in the ever-developing world of diamond engagement rings designs.

White gold has a lovely silver finish, and represents a cheaper alternative to 950 platinum, which commands a price premium due to its high demand against relatively limited world supply. White gold, just before it is finished ready for sale in diamond jewellery and wedding rings, is a grey-ish colour, and the chrome finish is obtained by plating the ring in rhodium. This is a quick and simple job. However, people will occasionally point out that their white gold engagement ring or wedding ring is tarnishing, and it is true that after 12-18 months, the rhodium plating may start to wear a little, depending upon the amount of wear that the ring has encountered on the finger. As a result of most engagement rings and wedding rings being worn on a daily basis, therefore, it is likely that after the period of time, 18kt white gold flat court with flat edges wedding rings will need to be re-rhodium plated, which any diamond specialists should do free of charge.

The range of high quality 18kt white gold flat court with flat edges wedding rings at DeJoria Diamonds is extensive, with all finger sizes and widths available for men and ladies. Different finishes, engraving and diamond cutting (grooves or millgrain edges) can be applied at minimal cost, so consumers are advised to speak to DeJoria's diamond experts for more information and advice.

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