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      10k vs 14k
      solid gold chain

      the difference between 10k and 14k gold chains?

      The difference lies in the purity of gold used in each. 10k gold contains 41.7% gold while 14k gold contains 58.3% gold.

      Which is more durable, a 10k or 14k gold chain?

      10k gold is harder and more durable than 14k gold due to its higher percentage of other metals.

      Is a 10k or 14k gold chain more expensive?

      Generally, a 14k gold chain is more expensive due to its higher gold content and purity. However, the price can also depend on the design and weight of the chain.

      Can a 10k or 14k gold chain tarnish or turn green?

      Both 10k and 14k gold chains are resistant to tarnishing and do not turn green. However, they can still become dull or dirty over time and require cleaning to maintain their shine.


      Solid Gold: refers to jewelry or items made entirely of gold throughout their entire structure. It contains no cavities or hollow spaces. Solid gold items are crafted from a single piece of pure gold or a gold alloy, which is a mixture of gold and other metals. The purity of solid gold is measured in karats (e.g., 24K, 18K, 14K), with 24K being the purest form of gold.

      Hollow Gold: refers to jewelry or items that are constructed with a hollow interior. They may appear solid from the outside, but the inside is empty or filled with a lightweight filler material. Hollow gold items are made by creating a shell or framework of gold, which is then reinforced or filled to maintain the shape and structure. This construction method reduces the amount of gold used in the piece, making it lighter and more affordable compared to solid gold.

      How to care for and clean your solid gold jewelry?

      Avoid abrasive cleaning agents such as bleach or other household chemicals. Soak in warm water with a little bit of dawn dish soap. Use micro fiber cloth or jewelry cleaning cloth, avoid paper towels or other non-micro fiber cloths as it can cause micro-scratches. Avoid regular soap, chlorine, hairspray, cologne etc

       Although pure gold does not tarnish, the alloys mixed with gold to create 10k and 14k can tarnish, so it is better to safe than sorry and treat your jewelry with care. But don’t worry, If you purchase from us, we have our industry-leading lifetime warranty. So if your product ever tarnishes, breaks, scratches or any other issues we will replace it for free!