Introducing the 14k Solid Gold Pearl Solitaire Necklace, a stunning piece that epitomizes elegance and sophistication. Delicately crafted with a single flawless pearl gracefully embellishing a fine chain, this necklace exudes timeless beauty. Measuring 18 inches in length, it is secured with a lobster clasp and comes in three exquisite options: 14k solid yellow gold, white gold, and rose gold. Its chain showcases a link style design, adding a touch of intricacy to its overall allure. With the Luxoptions Satisfaction Guarantee backing its quality and craftsmanship, this necklace is a testament to refined taste and a perfect addition to any jewelry collection.
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This 14k Solid Gold Pearl Solitaire Necklace (18 inches) is backed by our Luxoptions Satisfaction Guarantee. This means that if you are unhappy with your purchase, we will offer you a complete refund or exchange and pay for your return for up to 30 days. For more information, please see our return policy here.
To learn more about this piece and frequently asked questions by previous customers, please visit our FAQs section below.
Yellow gold is a type of gold alloy that retains the natural warm, yellow color of pure gold. Pure gold, in its natural state, is a bright yellow metal. However, it's typically too soft for practical use in jewelry, as it's susceptible to scratches and bends easily. To improve its durability and strength, pure gold is often mixed with other metals to create an alloy.
Yellow gold alloys usually consist of gold combined with metals like copper and silver. The exact combination and proportions of these metals can affect the final color and durability of the gold. For instance, higher copper content tends to result in a richer, deeper yellow hue.
The karat measurement system is used to denote the purity of gold alloys. Pure gold is 24 karats, but in jewelry, it's often alloyed with other metals, making it less than 24 karats. For example, 18-karat gold contains 75% pure gold mixed with other metals, while 14-karat gold contains about 58.3% pure gold.
Yellow gold remains one of the most popular choices for jewelry due to its classic and timeless appeal, versatility, and its ability to complement various gemstones and designs.
White gold is a popular metal used in jewelry that's created by mixing pure gold with other metals to give it a white color. Pure gold is naturally yellow, so white gold is achieved by blending it with other metals like palladium, nickel, silver, or platinum group metals. Additionally, a rhodium plating is often applied to enhance its whiteness and provide a protective layer.
The composition of white gold can vary depending on the desired color, durability, and the specific alloys used by the jeweler. The mixture of metals affects not only the color but also the hardness and other properties of the gold.
White gold is commonly used for rings, necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry pieces, offering a beautiful and more affordable alternative to platinum. Its versatility and ability to complement various gemstones make it a popular choice in the world of fine jewelry.
Rose gold is a precious metal alloy that has gained popularity for its warm, pinkish hue. It's created by combining pure gold with copper and sometimes small amounts of silver. The varying proportions of these metals determine the final shade of rose gold, which can range from a subtle blush to a more reddish-pink tone.
The pink coloration in rose gold comes primarily from the presence of copper. The higher the copper content in the alloy, the stronger the reddish tint of the gold. Typically, rose gold contains around 75% gold, 22.5% copper, and 2.5% silver or other metals.
Rose gold has become a sought-after choice for jewelry due to its romantic and vintage appeal. It complements a wide range of skin tones and blends well with various gemstones and other metals, making it a versatile and fashionable choice for rings, necklaces, bracelets, and other jewelry pieces.
14 karat gold, often written as 14k gold, is a type of gold alloy that contains 58.3% pure gold. The rest of the composition is made up of other metals such as copper, silver, or zinc. The addition of these metals makes the gold more durable and suitable for jewelry making. 14k gold is a popular choice for jewelry because it offers a balance between durability and purity. It is commonly used in engagement rings, wedding bands, and other types of jewelry.
A solitaire necklace typically features a single, prominent gemstone or a focal point set on a chain. In the case of a solitaire pearl necklace, it consists of a single pearl as the centerpiece.
The term "solitaire" originally comes from card games where a single card could win the game. In the context of jewelry, a solitaire piece—whether it's a ring, necklace, or earrings—highlights a single, usually larger, gem or element, drawing attention to its beauty and simplicity.
In the case of a solitaire necklace, it's often a minimalist and elegant piece, where the focus is solely on the singular gem or element, showcasing its natural beauty and elegance against the simplicity of the chain or setting.
Yes, you can wear your pearl necklace everyday if you so choose. 14k solid gold is very durable and can withstand everyday wear. However, to ensure that it lasts as long as possible without tarnishing, you should avoid exposing it to harsh chemicals and learn how to care for it.
Ultimately, this decision is up to you. We make all of our jewelry resistant to water damage and tarnishing. However, prolonged exposure to harsh chemicals that may be present in pools and shampoo can wear this resistance down. Wearing your pearl necklace a few times in these environments will not cause adverse effects, but continued wearing may cause discoloration.
Yes, all of our jewelry is stamped with a quality mark signifying the purity of gold used and authenticity.
Yes, we offer a satisfaction guarantee on all our products in addition to a 90 day warranty. This means that if you are unhappy with your jewelry we will give a you a free return and complete refund or if your jewelry is damaged we will repair it free of charge.
To clean and maintain your gold bangle, you can use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently wipe away dirt and oils. You should also avoid exposing your gold bangle to harsh chemicals and store it separately to avoid scratches.
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