Tarvier presents a collection of wedding rings in 9ct and 18ct white gold.
Our range of white gold wedding rings are offered in a broad selection of sizes, widths, and weights.
White gold is yellow gold blended with other pure alloys to change its colour. If your white gold ring is placed against alternatives like platinum and palladium it will look creamer with a slight warm yellow hue unless plated with rhodium. As platinum and palladium are more naturally white alternatives, we offer 9ct and 18ct white gold rings naturally finished without a plating option. It is important to note that white gold with rhodium plate does wear and will require re-plating at a future date.
9ct white gold has a comparable colour to silver, that being silver is added to create white gold. When examining closely the actual colour will be slightly creamer due to the gold content, therefore white gold is sometimes plated as customers prefer the ice white look of a platinum wedding ring.
18ct white gold has a beautiful light grey shading, visibly deeper in colour than 9ct white gold with a slightest hint of yellow hue bleeding through.
Gold purity is enforced by regulated hallmarks within the UK. When we advertise a 9ct (375) or 18ct (750) gold ring we are specifying the purity of the precious metal that exists within the wedding ring that you are purchasing. This applies to any yellow, white, or rose gold wedding ring that Tarvier has on sale.
Gold marked 9ct (375) which is represented as 9 parts out of 24 or 375 parts out of 1000. The gold purity is devised as 37.5% pure.
Gold marked 18ct (750) which is represented as 18 parts out of 24 or 750 parts out of 1000. The gold purity is devised as 75% pure.