Post # 1
I’ve been looking at Groupon rings and saw one for 16$(!)- The description says it’s 14k white gold (and not just plated) and the stone is a CZ. Is that actually possible? White gold is usually quite expensive, isn’t it? Well, at least it’s usually more expensive than 16$. Can this actually be genuine or would I regret buying it (possibly bad quality etc.)?
Post # 2
Probably not actually white gold, but for $16 I would decide if I just liked it as a ring in general.
Post # 3
It’s possible that it’s 14k gold filled then rhodium dipped. Gold filled jewelry is better quality than plated and should last a long time. So even if it’s gold filled, $16 is still a great deal. Who knows it may turn out to be solid 14k white gold and you got the deal of a lifetime!! Go for it, what do you have to lose? $16 is all, that’s cheaper than alot of silver and cz jewelry.
Post # 4
I just found a pair of 14k white gold cz studs for $16 on groupon. It says it’s 95% off. So maybe that ring really is 14k white gold! You should go for it!
Post # 5
I am going to go out on a limb here and say that I believe they are real gold. I went ahead and looked up the brand Paris Jewelry and found their website, which also states that they are white gold. They also have pieces that are dipped or plated, and clearly state as much. Also, they have other higher end jewlery, which makes them seem overall more legit to me. Also, it would be in their best interest to be forth coming about their jewlery as many people are allergic to certain metals. I think you just got lucky, and they either have an excess of product, or are trying to draw people into their brand, either way, you win!
Here is a link if you would like to check them out for yourself: http://www.parisjewelry.com/14k-White-Gold-Round-2Ct-Cubic-Zirconia-Earrings-p/pj0b4.htm
Post # 6
It says ‘genuine white gold’ but not sure if Groupon offers are always legit?! I mean I’ve never seen a price like this before. I’m on my phone now o I’ll look for the link on my phone later. It also said something of Tungsten (which is a material I guess), so I dunno if it’s a Tungsten-white gold alloy? That could explain it maybe.