All colors of jewelry grade gold are mixed or alloyed with other metals because pure gold is too soft. Yellow gold is alloyed with copper, nickel, or zinc and is the purest of all gold colors because gold is naturally yellow. Sometimes just called gold, it’s just as durable as white gold and rose gold.
Sunny and classic, gold naturally occurs in yellow and has been used in jewelry since antiquity. It can neutralize any yellow tones in diamonds and moissanite, lessens the cool tones in pastel gemstones, and makes for an all-over warm effect with yellow, pink, orange and red gemstones.
Get inspiration from the yellow gold rings we’ve designed
+ Good for active lifestyles
+ De-emphasizes any yellow tinge in diamonds
Yellow 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 metal allergies. From a design standpoint, it adds a warming effect to the overall color palette.
What makes this metal beautiful also makes it a poor choice for fine jewelry.
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We will work with you to help you take the first step toward designing a ring.