As we all know, gold is one of the most precious metals for the rich and ordinary people from ancient times to the present, and one of the oldest properties. Just because it has the highest quality and rare metals, gold becomes precious and precious. Since the beginning of civilization, gold has been a measure of wealth and authority. Gold jewellery is both a convenient means of displaying personal wealth and a symbol of accumulation of wealth. Throughout history, gold has always been a symbol of wealth, and a clear source of greed.
Pure gold, also known as 24karat gold, is metallic yellow, which is very soft and soft compared with other elements. Gold is a very stable metal that can stand the test of time and will not rust, fade or reduce quality, quantity or lustre due to ageing. It is a soft metal, easy to process, and very suitable for shaping into exquisite jewellery pieces. Jewellery gold will be mixed with other alloys to enhance its strength and increase its durability, and give it sparkle and colour.
The purity of gold depends on the weight of the carat. Carat is a measure of purity, ranging from 1 to 24. Therefore, the fewer carats, the lower the quality/purity of gold, and 24karat gold is considered the purest form of metal. Therefore, the value will increase with the Karat score!
Jewellery is usually made of gold, and its Karat value is between 10karat and 22karat. Therefore, from the perspective of pure gold, the lower the value of Karat, the more durable the jewellery and the lower its value. Ornaments with higher 18karat or 22karat gold will provide more jewellery value meaning. Therefore, because of its additional gold value, it is most suitable for wedding jewellery, etc., while still maintaining the strength advantages required for decorations. Therefore, when making a decision to buy jewellery, it is recommended to consider the strength, durability and value of gold to make a choice.