10k vs 14k Gold

 

What's the difference between 10k and 14k Gold?

 

What is the difference between 10 & 14k gold? Where does it come from? How is gold made?   These like others are many of the hundreds of questions asked each day by customers around the world. The phones ring constantly with people calling to speak with us about this incredible gemstone jewelry.

 

10k vs 14k Gold

One of the biggest questions we get is "will 10k look as good 14k gold?". The major difference between the two is simply that 10k gold has slightly less pure (24k) gold in it and actually is slightly harder and more durable then 14 due to this "higher" content of metal/gold mixture. 14K on the other hand uses more pure gold and less metals of mixture thus contributing to a higher "24k" content then 10k. Either way both metals offer superior quality and should last a life of enjoyment and beauty when manufactured and fashioned with these precious metals.

 

10k vs 14k Gold

 

Once our customers read the informational pages about Mothers Rings gemstones and their incredible brilliant properties, they cant wait to see it themselves scintillate in bright light.

We had a customer recently that once she received her ring, she emailed us and told us how her husband looked at the ring and she said "My husband' thinks it's even prettier than a diamond :)" This is just one of the many comments people say about mothers rings created exclusively by Mothers Ring Collection.

We only purchase our gold directly from top quality distribution sources here in the US and therefore you can be assured that each mothers day ring, stone,& jewelry item, or Birthstone pendant will be accompanied by an assurance of quality you can trust and be proud of. 

 

10k vs 14k Gold

 

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