10k Solid Gold Jewellery

Our metal pieces are designed to be exactly that: trusty, timeless, and reliably stylish. For solid gold pieces, we use 10k – an international standard that’s also tougher and more affordable than other types of gold. That means fewer scratches, more freedom.

Our metal pieces are designed to be exactly that: trusty, timeless, and reliably stylish. For solid gold pieces, we use 10k – an international standard that’s also tougher and more affordable than other types of gold. That means fewer scratches, more freedom.


For a timeless staple piece, fit for everyday wear and designed to last a lifetime look no further than 10k gold jewellery. Crafted from the finest 10k gold, our gold jewellery is an investment that will hold its colour, shape and shine for years to come. Whether you’re looking to indulge in a new piece, or curate your own personalised gold jewellery collection, our selection of 10k gold rings, 10k gold necklaces, 10k gold earrings, 10k gold chains and 10k gold bracelets are wardrobe essentials that make the perfect addition to any jewellery box.

Not only will our fine gold jewellery pieces accentuate, elevate and compliment almost any outfit for any occasion (both day and night), but the long-wearing nature of 10k gold jewellery also means it’s perfect for everyday wear – so you never have to take it off!

If you want to keep things simple and elegant you can go for a plain gold piece, or if you want to truly shine look at our 10k gold and micro diamond options, the choice is yours, and the ways to wear are truly endless. Our 10k gold jewellery pair perfectly with dressed up date nights looks, or casual outings; no matter the occasion we have a jewellery piece to compliment. Create a bold statement or add a touch of prestige; our gold jewellery is designed to be worn for nobody and treasured forever.

If you’re looking for the perfect gift for that special someone in your life you can’t go wrong with 10k gold. Epitomising power, prestige and timelessness, a 10k gold jewellery gift will never go astray. Our 10k gold pieces can be worn over and over again, and no matter who you’re buying for, it will be a staple in all jewellery collections no matter the generation. Browse the full collection of 10k gold jewellery now and shop online with Medley today.

What is 10k Gold?
10k gold jewellery refers to jewellery that is made from 10 karat gold. The term "10K" indicates the purity or fineness of the gold used in the piece. If you're looking for jewellery that lasts, 10k gold should be your metal of choice. Gold is one of the most valuable resources in the world, and is very durable. The vast majority of gold jewellery is crafted from an alloy; this means pure gold (24k) is blended with other metals. This helps the gold hold its shape, as it's quite malleable on its own. It's also how we achieve those gorgeous alternate shades, like rose gold. 10K gold is known for its affordability compared to higher karat options like 18K or 24K gold. It is often used in a wide range of jewellery pieces, including rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.We are working towards 100% of our gold being responsibly sourced from suppliers. This means all our gold will not have contributed to any unlawful conflict. We are working closely with our suppliers to make this a reality.

How to clean 10k gold jewellery? 
To clean 10k gold jewellery, begin by soaking your 10k gold jewellery in a bowl of warm water mixed with a mild soap or cleaner.
1. Let it soak for a few minutes to loosen any dirt or grime. Use a soft-bristled brush, such as a toothbrush, to gently scrub the jewellery.
2. Pay attention to any crevices or details.
3. Rinse the 10k gold jewellery under warm running water to remove any soap residue.
4. Ensure the 10k gold jewellery is completely dry with a soft cloth.

How to Store 10k Gold Jewellery? 
To store 10k gold jewellery, it is recommended to keep it seperate from other jewellery to prevent scratching. Use a soft cloth or jewellery pouch to wrap 10k gold jewellery individually. Avoid storing your 10k gold jewellery in a damp or humid area, as moisture can damage the metal or gemstones. 

How to Polish 10k Gold Jewellery? 
1. Use a separate dry cloth to gently buff the gold, using light pressure and circular motions. This will help bring out the shine of the gold.
2. Avoid using abrasive materials, such as paper towels or rough fabrics, as they can scratch the gold.
3. Regularly polishing your 10k gold jewellery will help maintain its shine and keep it looking beautiful. However, it's important to exercise caution and avoid over-polishing, as excessive polishing can wear down the gold over time.

What Type of Gold is Best for Jewellery?
The type of gold that is best for jewellery will depend on personal preference, budget, and the desired characteristics of the jewellery piece. Different gold purity levels, expressed in karats (k), offer distinct qualities. 10k gold is often used for everyday jewellery and is comprised of over 41% of pure gold, making it both durable and affordable. If you are looking for fine jewellery or solid gold jewellery, choose our 10k jewellery options. If you are looking for demi-fine jewellery, choose our 18k find gold plated jewellery, which features a sterling silver core, plated in a layers of 18k gold.

What are the Three Types of Gold in Jewellery? 
In jewellery, there are three main types of gold based on their composition and colour. 

Yellow gold is the most traditional and classic type of gold used in jewellery. It is made by mixing pure gold with alloy metals such as copper and zinc. The ratio of pure gold to alloy metals determines the karatage.

Yellow gold has a warm, yellow hue and is commonly used in various types of jewellery.

White gold is created by alloying yellow gold with white metals such as nickel, palladium, or silver. It is then often plated with rhodium to enhance its white appearance. White gold has a silvery-white colour, resembling platinum or silver. It is a popular choice for engagement rings, wedding bands, and other jewellery pieces.

Rose gold, also known as pink or red gold, has gained significant popularity in recent years. It is created by combining pure gold with copper alloy. The higher the copper content, the stronger the reddish-pink hue of the gold. Rose gold has a warm and romantic appearance and is often used in both modern and vintage-inspired jewellery designs.