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14K ONYX CAMEO RING

14K yellow goldA naturally yellow metal that does not rust, tarnish or corrode. Gold is soft in its purest form, so alloys such as silver, copper or nickel are sometimes added to enhance the metal’s durability. Pure gold is 24 Karat. 18 Karat gold is 75% gold (18K jewelry may be marked with the number 750). 14 Karat gold is 58.5% gold (14K jewelry may be marked with 585). Adding different alloys like nickel or palladium can alter the color of gold, changing it to rose, green or white. Throughout history, gold has been associated with gods and rulers as the ultimate status symbol. The Incas referred to it as the “sweat of the sun,” Egyptians used it in ceremonial jewelry, and today jewelry designers are even acting as alchemists by creating their own colors and types of gold. Read MoreA naturally yellow metal that does not rust, tarnish or corrode. Gold is soft in its purest form, so alloys such as silver, copper or nickel are sometimes added to enhance the metal’s durability. Pure gold is 24 Karat. 18 Karat gold is 75% gold (18K jewelry may be marked with the number 750). 14 Karat gold is 58.5% gold (14K jewelry may be marked with 585). Adding different alloys like nickel or palladium can alter the color of gold, changing it to rose, green or white. Throughout history, gold has been associated with gods and rulers as the ultimate status symbol. The Incas referred to it as the “sweat of the sun,” Egyptians used it in ceremonial jewelry, and today jewelry designers are even acting as alchemists by creating their own colors and types of gold. Read MoreA naturally yellow metal that does not rust, tarnish or corrode. Gold is soft in its purest form, so alloys such as silver, copper or nickel are sometimes added to enhance the metal’s durability. Pure gold is 24 Karat. 18 Karat gold is 75% gold (18K jewelry may be marked with the number 750). 14 Karat gold is 58.5% gold (14K jewelry may be marked with 585). Adding different alloys like nickel or palladium can alter the color of gold, changing it to rose, green or white. Throughout history, gold has been associated with gods and rulers as the ultimate status symbol. The Incas referred to it as the “sweat of the sun,” Egyptians used it in ceremonial jewelry, and today jewelry designers are even acting as alchemists by creating their own colors and types of gold. Read More ring featuring carved onyx cameo at center and high polish throughout.

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