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Gold Jewellery Made By Hillary Corney

A gallery of bespoke gold jewellery designed and made by silversmith, Hillary Corney.

18ct yellow and white gold love ring designed and made by Hillary Corney  Bepoke Gold Ring inspired by Minos designed and made by Hillary Corney  Yellow Gold Diamond Cross made by Hillary Corney   Diamond Gold Engagement Ring by Hillary Corney Sapphire and Diamond Gold Engagement Ring by Hillary Corney Gold Signet Ring designed and made by Hillary Corney

 

If you are considering commissioning a piece of unique bespoke jewellery in either yellow or white gold, or you would like an exisitng piece of gold jewellery remodelled; please email info@fusion-designer-jewellers.com giving us an overview of what you are looking for and an idea of the budget that you have in mind.

About Gold

Infomation taken from the Wikipedia website.

Because of the softness of pure (24k) gold, it is usually alloyed with base metals for use in jewelry, altering its hardness and ductility, melting point, color and other properties. Alloys with lower caratage, typically 22k, 18k, 14k or 10k, contain higher percentages of copper, or other base metals or silver or palladium in the alloy. Copper is the most commonly used base metal, yielding a redder color.[32]

Eighteen-carat gold containing 25% copper is found in antique and Russian jewelry and has a distinct, though not dominant, copper cast, creating rose gold. Fourteen-carat gold-copper alloy is nearly identical in color to certain bronze alloys, and both may be used to produce police and other badges. Blue gold can be made by alloying with iron and purple gold can be made by alloying with aluminium, although rarely done except in specialized jewelry. Blue gold is more brittle and therefore more difficult to work with when making jewelry.[32]

Fourteen and eighteen carat gold alloys with silver alone appear greenish-yellow and are referred to as green gold. White gold alloys can be made with palladium or nickel. White 18-carat gold containing 17.3% nickel, 5.5% zinc and 2.2% copper is silvery in appearance. Nickel is toxic, however, and its release from nickel white gold is controlled by legislation in Europe.[32]

Alternative white gold alloys are available based on palladium, silver and other white metals,[32] but the palladium alloys are more expensive than those using nickel. High-carat white gold alloys are far more resistant to corrosion than are either pure silver or sterling silver. The Japanese craft of Mokume-gane exploits the color contrasts between laminated colored gold alloys to produce decorative wood-grain effects.

 

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