Discern the true nature of these metals to pick wisely
An alloy of gold with nickel or palladium, zinc and copper, white gold is often plated with rhodium
Silver is a naturally occurring soft metal that’s prone to deform, thus mixed with copper for molding
No metal can match the luster of silver as it’s the brightest of them all
White gold is marked as 14K or 18K, while the markings on silver are 925, S925 or .925
Silver is more likely to tarnish compared to white gold
Because white gold is often plated with rhodium, it’s more durable than silver
Silver is more affordable than white gold
Which metal will you pick for your jewelry? The one that’s more lustrous and affordable or the one that’s durable?
Shop exotic jewelry pieces from GemsNY that come in both white gold and silver to satisfy your need!