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Gold or Silver?
When you are looking for custom-made jewelry, you have a lot of decisions to make. One of the most important decisions is what material to use for your jewelry. There are many different materials that can be used, but gold and silver are two of the most popular options. Bespoke Jewelley will discuss the pros and cons of gold and silver jewelry, so that you can make an informed decision about which material is best for you!
The first thing you need to know is that there are two types of gold: yellow and white. Yellow gold is a rich, warm color that looks great on almost everyone-it’s also very durable! It can be made into any shape or size without breaking down like other metals would do when exposed to heat for long periods of time, making it ideal for jewelry pieces such as wedding rings which may last many years if not decades with proper care and maintenance.
White Gold has all the same properties as yellow but with one major difference: its purity level will vary depending upon how much silver is mixed in during manufacturing processes before being soldered together at high temperatures (this creates an alloy called “sterling”) – after this process takes place another layer known as an “electroplating” may occur which helps protect against corrosion but does not guarantee it because there are still traces of silver present inside these items!
Yellow Gold is more expensive than white gold due to its purity level. Yellow Gold also has a better resale value because of how durable and long-lasting the material can be if cared for properly over time so when considering what type would work best with your budget make sure you consider all factors before making any decision that could affect future finances in some way – shape or form (even just one dollar difference between metals at today’s prices). White gold tends toward tarnishing faster than other materials used for jewelry such as platinum, titanium, palladium etc., which makes it desirable among consumers because it has a “vintage” look to it after prolonged use.