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The effects of using 14K gold to create fine jewellery

With an array of precious metals available to jewellery shoppers, Latest Sale explores the effects of using 14k gold to create fine jewellery pieces as seen in the Destino Jewellery line.

 

Use 14k gold to create a statement jewellery collection with ease

The Destino Jewellery fine jewellery collection enjoys an exhilarating range of statement earrings and necklaces that are designed using precious gemstones. Much of the Destino Jewellery line uses 14k white gold with some designs are also made from 14k yellow gold.

 

Use 14k gold to reduce the likelihood of scratches ad tarnishing

14k gold is made from 58,5% pure gold with the remaining composition deriving from other metals and alloys to make each unique jewellery piece sturdier and more durable. Other metals included in the manufacturing of 14k gold include sterling silver, palladium, platinum and traces of nickel.

The higher the karat, the softer the metal which is not ideal for certain designs created in the Destino Jewellery fine jewellery line that must offer customers value due to their durability. These exuberant designs must also be able to withstand the demands of holding gemstones in place and the creation of uniquely shaped designs.

As pure gold bends and scratches easily, this factor alone is a determining factor the Destino Jewellery fine jewellery product design team takes into consideration when producing the most exuberant designs for the Destino Jewellery gemstone jewellery collection.

The Destino Jewellery fine jewellery collection includes an exciting range of gemstone jewellery and is delivered in an elegant white leatherette designer jewellery box.