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The color of gold in jewelry

Traditionally gold items have a bright yellow tint. In some cases, gold may have a pink tinge. The metal itself, without impurities, has the usual yellow color. However, in the jewelery industry, pure (premium) gold is not used because it has low deformation resistance (is relatively soft).Usually about 1% of impurities are in their natural state in precious metals. In the case of jewelery, the total share of lithium in this case is about 40%. The specific weight of the various chemical elements determines the color of the final product. For gold products to be highly resistant, gold is mixed with other metals that change both its physical properties and the color of the alloy itself. The proportionality of gold and other metals is governed by goodness.The color of pure gold is yellow, which is the basis of the alloy. As additional items, jewelers use: palladium, copper, zinc, silver, etc .. Here, as they say, "technical question". The technologys of gold alloy creation is pretty much. All of them require deep knowledge and experience from the jeweler.These days, the jewelery industry is presented with a variety of precious metals and a variety of colors. On the shelves you can find jewelery made of white, purple, green and even black gold. Its color is determined by the qualitative composition of the ligature and the proportional ratio of materials.

White Gold
White gold jewelry is considered a classic jewelry industry. The white color of the alloy is provided by additional components that are incorporated into the gold composition, which may be palladium, silver, platinum, and so on. The external characteristics of white gold with silver are almost the same as with platinum, but the price of jewelry is much lower. It is these features of white gold that make it popular.
The alloys of this composition are easy to process, allowing the jewelers to create unique jewelery.
 
Black gold
Black gold jewelery has not been so long ago and has become an "exotica" in the world of jewelry. There are not many ways to get this alloy, and most jewelers keep it secret. Some jewelers use chrome or nickel as an accessory. The metal color becomes black in the oxidation process.
The price of jewelery made of black gold is high. In most cases, the cost of such jewelry is much higher than that of traditional gold jewelry, and not everyone can afford to buy such items.

Red gold
Red gold has the least impurities, which leads to a high demand among buyers. In such colors, pure gold is blended with copper.
Red gold jewelry was very popular in the second half of the twentieth century. It creates complex jewelery with a wide range of design solutions. It is possible to find jewelery with red gold supplemented with other shades.
 
Yellow Gold
Yellow is the classic version of gold alloy without impurities. These colors are not made of pure gold. To ensure the strength of the jewel, the gold is mixed with copper, silver, palladium and other components that ensure its hardness.
The most common gold jewelery on the shelves of jewelry stores is the minimum amount of copper. Such jewelery can be supplemented with colored stones or other decorative elements that emphasize the natural beauty of gold.
 
Pink gold
Pink gold is very popular among admirers of exclusive jewelry. The subtle pink gold hue highlights femininity. Jewelery with precious stones of this color looks unparalleled. Famous designers use this color metal to create unique jewelery that can be considered an artwork.
 
Green gold
Products made of green gold are rare. Such decorations are usually liked by the personality who likes to stand out. Social status is also very important as the price of such exotic products is quite high.
In fact, the green shade is closer to the olive or yellow-green colors. This color is obtained by combining gold with nickel, potassium. Talented jewelers often use green gold to get rare and original items.
 
Blue gold
Blue gold alloys are usually cured by intermetallic compounds. Blue color technology is quite complicated, so blue jewelery are usually found in details.
Jewelers use chrome, indium or cobalt to get a blue tint. Each of these elements, mixed with pure gold, helps to produce a blue tint that is rare. Typically, such products are custom-made.
 
Brown gold
Brown Gold is one of the new fashion trends in the jewelry market. As the main alloy component, gold is used as a copper. Due to chemical exposure to alloys, the metal gets brown. The product is treated several times to ensure mechanical strength. Despite the sophistication of technology, modern jewelers are able to create unique jewelery.
The most famous jewelry houses in their assortment necessarily have jewelery collections of brown gold.
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