The Gold Plated 585 ‰
Gold plated consists of a deposit of gold on a surface of a common metal (brass, copper ...) by electroplating, formerly by evaporation of mercury. In France, standards impose a thickness of 3 microns of gold. This process creates a layer of gold from 1/1000 to 1/3000 mg on a more affordable metal such as silver or copper.
The + of Gold Plated 585 ‰
Gold-plated jewelry is the best option for anyone who loves gold but has to keep an eye on their budget.
They are very popular with fashion addicts because they are practical and available in a large number of designs and styles to go with any type of outfit.
The - of Gold Plated 585 ‰
The disadvantage of gold plated is that the layer of gold tarnishes and loses its luster over time. In fact, the molecules of the base metal are slowly transferred to the thin layer of gold and alter it. It is a piece of jewelry that remains fragile and therefore delicate.
Take care of your Gold Plated 585 ‰ jewelry
After each use, clean your gold-plated jewelry with a piece of cotton or a soft cloth. Gently rubbing your gold-plated jewelry with a chamois will also help you restore their shine.
If your jewelry needs more serious cleaning, you can also use soap and lukewarm water. Let them soak for a few minutes and clean them with a soft bristle brush.
Avoid "special jewelry" cleaners and antibacterial soaps, some components of which can accelerate the tarnishing of your gold-plated jewelry.
To prevent scratches, wrap your jewelry with a soft cloth after cleaning it or put it in a separate compartment in your jewelry box to avoid contact with any other type of jewelry.
If despite all care your jewelry is damaged, do not hesitate to contact us so that we can establish a quote.
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Our Selection of Gold Plated 585 ‰ jewelry
- Gold Plated 585 ‰ rings
- Gold Plated 585 ‰ necklaces
- Gold Plated 585 ‰ bracelets
- Gold Plated 585 ‰ earrings