All colors of jewelry grade gold are mixed or alloyed with other metals because pure gold is too soft. White gold gets its distinct silvery color from palladium, zinc, or nickel and is just as durable as yellow or rose gold.
Cool and timeless, white gold first appeared in jewelry in the early 20th century. It adds a streamlined look to white stones like diamonds and moissanite, but can play up any yellow tinges. Paired with cool colored stones, you’ll get a high contrast, overall cool effect. Warm hued yellow, pink, orange and red gemstones glow in this silvery metal.
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White gold is a great choice for an engagement ring metal: it’s durable, low-maintenance and can withstand a lifetime of wear, including active lifestyles. It’s not a hypoallergenic metal and may not be suitable for those with a metal allergy. From a design standpoint, it’s a timeless look.
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