18ct Fine Gold Plating

High Quality Micron Plating Process

Our 18ct gold plated pieces are of the highest quality but also affordable. To make them, we start with a base of 925 Sterling Silver, then build up layers of 18ct gold using our advanced Micron Plating process. Our jewellers gently meld micro-layers of real gold onto a genuine sterling silver core. We steer clear of low-quality base metals (like brass and other alloys), so you know your piece is precious through and through. Gold plated is more affordable than solid when it comes to gold jewellery, as less pure gold goes into the piece - so you get the luxe look of solid gold for much less.

Gold Plated vs Solid Gold

The difference between our 10ct gold pieces and our gold-plated jewellery is the amount of solid gold used. While 10ct gold jewellery is made of a gold alloy that is either consistent throughout the piece or has a slightly hollow centre, gold-plated pieces are covered with a thin film of gold over a base metal of sterling silver.

Choosing a gold plated piece over a solid gold piece allows you to get the same look for much less. But if you prefer to invest in your pieces and opt for 10ct gold, they will last a life time, and you won't find the gold will fade over time.

18ct Fine Gold Plating

10ct Gold

How to Clean 18ct Fine Gold Plated Jewellery

Use a Polishing Cloth

Less is more when it comes to cleaning this baby (yay!) so avoid jewellery cleaner and other chemicals. Just a gentle wipe with a soft cloth will do.

Wash Gently

If it's had a long day, give it a gentle soap and warm water bath.

Store Safely

After cleaning, store it in a safe place to keep them looking their best.

What NOT To Do

Avoid Water

While our gold plated jewellery is crafted for quality and longevity, don't wear them in water too frequently as the gold may fade.

Avoid Lotions and Perfumes

It's best to make sure you let any lotions/potions/perfumes absorb into your skin before popping on your jewellery.

Want to know more?

Our customer service team is always here to help. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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