Post # 32
@kgirl91: thanks =) I did mention my concern to my jeweler & she said they use a certain type of white gold that is supposed to be more white. I wish I remembered what she called it so I can look it up but she said it’s fairly new (within like 60 years new lol) & it’s supposed to hold up better & be whiter. I’ll ask her again when I talk to her so I can google it. I don’t think it’s one that won’t require rhodium plating at all though but hopefully it will minimalize my need to get it re plated!
Post # 33
@soontobemrsm11: I think palladium alloys tend to be whiter. Also nickel- but you might have allergy/sensitivity concerns. Try googling palladium white gold/nickel white gold and also check on Pricescope.com- there are a lot of people who don’t want to deal with plating. I’m in love with weddingbee user Heartly’s ring- I think it’s palladium white gold and it’s gorgeous and just slightly warm.
Post # 34
Heres a picture of a two different yellow sapphires, (not mounted) one in a white gold setting and one in a rose gold setting. I know its kind of a bad picture but the halo is the rose gold setting. Excuse the nails