Metal Guide

Rosec Jewel is offering you Gold jewelry in three Major colors which have further variants as per the Carat Value (10K-18K). The precious and semi-precious stones listed with us are studded in four prominent product categories, namely, rings, earrings, pendants, and bracelets available only in Gold. The price range of each product is based upon two key parts of the product, one is the carat value of gemstone and another is the carat value of gold. With the further increase in Carat value, the price for the product increases.


Gold is a precious metal that is highly valued and recognized as a source of investment worldwide. It has a remarkable resistance to corrosion and rust, offering high value to the metal in the jewelry industry. Edible gold is often used in the culinary world as an expensive garnish.

Purity of Gold

The purity of gold is typically measured in karats (K) or fineness. Karats represent the amount of pure gold in the metal alloy, with 24K being the highest and 10K being the lowest. Fineness is another way of measuring the purity of gold, and it is expressed as a percentage of pure gold in the alloy.

10K Gold

10K gold is an alloy made from 10 parts of gold and 14 parts of other metals, such as copper, silver, nickel, and zinc. It is home to 41.7% pure gold, which is the lowest percentage of gold in any standard karat of gold. The addition of other metals to the alloy provides greater strength and durability, making it ideal for jewellery that is worn daily.

14K Gold

Similarly, 14K gold comprises of 14 parts of gold and 10 parts of other metals. If we get into the precise stats, it is home to 58.3% pure gold, which is a higher percentage of gold than 10K gold but lower than 18K or 24K gold. Its durability (though less than 10K gold) is moderate and preferable for daily wear jewellery.

18K Gold

18K gold is typically made from 18 parts of gold and 6 parts of other metals. With a composition of 75% pure gold, it beats 10K, and 14K gold and is only surpassed by 22K or 24K gold in terms of purity. Its high purity makes it extremely valuable and thus, pricey.

Engagement Ring

Know more about Gold

There are three types of gold based on color, the most widely used one is yellow gold.

Rose Gold

The gold with a pink hue is the Rose Gold. It is the inclusion of copper in the ratio of gold and another alloy. A different level of shade can be achieved by scaling the level of copper in the gold. More inclusion results in red gold and lighter as pink gold. The amazing colors are achieved as per the different kinds of metal used as an alloy in the creation of gold.

10K Rose Gold

10K rose gold composes of 10 parts of gold, and 14 parts of copper, zinc and silver. Its pinkish hue is all thanks to the addition of copper to the alloy. You can expect it to be more durable than 14K or 18K rose gold.

14K Rose Gold

14K Rose Gold holds 14 parts of gold, and 10 parts of copper (and silver or zinc that are usually small in amount). It is moderate in terms of durability and can be a preferable daily-wear jewellery option.

18K Rose Gold

18K rose gold is an alloy made from 18 parts of pure gold and 6 parts of copper (and silver or zinc that are again small in amount). Though higher in terms of purity (and thus more valuable than its counterparts), it is comparatively less durable.

Rose Gold Ring
Yellow Gold Ring

Yellow Gold

The color yellow, which is the iconic gold color is achieved by mixing copper, silver, and gold in a predefined combination. The royal color represents warmth and is considered the purest form of gold jewelry. It is the most preferred type of color and is widely used all over the world for a majority of gold ornaments. The gold color is considered as the 1st prize for various highly valued competitions such as Olympics.

10K Yellow Gold

10K yellow gold is a type of gold alloy that is made by mixing 41.7 % pure gold with 58.3 % of other metal alloys such as copper, silver, and zinc. It is not as rich or lustrous in colour as its counterparts, which makes it low-priced.

14K Yellow Gold

It is hailed as one of the most commonly used Gold purity for jewellery. It is made by combining 58.3 % pure gold with 41.7 % of other metals in the alloy. Apart from that, 14K Yellow Gold captivates more attention than 10K Gold by possessing a richer, more intense colour.

18K Yellow Gold

18K Yellow Gold, just like any other gold, is composed of 75 % pure gold accompanied by 25 % of other metals. You’d be fascinated by the intensity and richness of the yellow gold tone that it possesses (more than that exhibited by 10K or 14K yellow gold). That’s also why it is pricier than the other two alloys. Please note that it is also softer and more malleable than its counterparts.

White Gold

White gold is a combination of gold and silver. Plus rhodium as it offers the right amount of hardness to the jewel. This is the one color that will not be rusting out and will be requiring minimal maintenance.

10K White Gold

10K White Gold is considered as the mix of only 41.7 % gold and 58.3 % of white metals such as silver, nickel, palladium, and zinc. The plus point of investing in a 10K white gold is that it is the hardest out of all the three alloys. But since it doesn’t possess the same lustre as its counterparts, you’ll find 10K white gold to be on the lower side of the price.

14K White Gold

14K White Gold is composed of 58.3 % pure gold combined with 41.7 % of alloys of silver, zinc, nickel, and palladium. It is one of the most popular picks thanks to the perfect balance of purity and durability that it strikes.

18K White Gold

18K White Gold commands the most value thanks to its composition of 75 % pure gold and 25 % alloys of silver and nickel. Though less durable than its counterparts, the bonus point of investing in an 18K white gold (other than its purity) is that it is resistant to oxidization.

White Gold Ring


The value of gold is linked with the Carat of gold and it is not stable. The value of gold fluctuates and is precisely moving upward with the passage of time.

Suggestive Measure for Care

Regular cleaning of Gold will help you create a lifestyle to clean and care for gold jewelry on a timely basis. A specific suggestion to help you maintain the quality of gold is to keep it away from chlorine, the harsh chemical can degrade the gold over a period. While dish washing or using any liquid that has high chlorine, please remove your gold jewelry and proceed with your task.

Know More About Other Metals

Apart from gold, pieces of jewelry are made using two other metals, platinum, and silver. Platinum is priced above the value of gold and silver is the most reasonable precious jewel metal. Do not mistake White Gold with platinum or silver; only the color is the same but the characteristics are totally different.


Platinum is the metal which is the most expensive metal and is an ideal choice for infinity bands and promise rings. A statement of royalty and an expression of high class is shared by the platinum jewelry. It is considered to have high durability and often requires minimal polish even after a few years of continuous use. Regular cleaning is advised using a combination of mild soap and warm water. The application of a soft brush is the key to cleaning the ring with artistic design.

Tips to Care

Experts say, you can enhance the shelf life of platinum jewelry by taking care of the same. Do remember to take off your Platinum ring while you use liquids containing harsh chemicals such as dish washing liquid. Keep each piece of jewelry in a separate jewel box as it will minimize chances of scratches.

Platinum Ring
Sterling Silver Ring

Sterling Silver

A semi-precious metal is considered ideal as 92.5% Silver and majority of jewelry are made out of the same purity level. The highly durable one often gets oxidized or rust with time. A specific silver cleaning liquid is required to get rid of the black deposit. Fashion jewelry and gemstones are mostly created using sterling silver. The jewel industry is having a dense variety of sterling silver rings, earrings, bracelets, bangles, and pendants.

Recommended Care

Keeping silver away from chemicals in a dry place is highly recommended. Chemicals like Chlorine can adversely hamper the formation of your silver jewelry. Try to place your jewelry at a proper place and ensure, it is not cluttered up else will get damaged and gain scratches.