Gold rings

 

Gold fascinates with its warm, unique colour and timeless beauty.

Our gold is very sustainable thanks to recycling, upcycling and the purchase of old gold. The preservation of our planet is very important to us. Contribute to the cycle and bring your old gold with you!

White gold & yellow gold
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White gold & yellow gold

White gold & yellow gold

900 gold rings with platinum
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900 gold rings with platinum

900 gold rings with platinum

750 yellow gold rings with gemstones
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750 yellow gold rings with gemstones

750 yellow gold rings with gemstones

White gold ring
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White gold ring

White gold ring

750 sand gold rings
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750 sand gold rings

750 sand gold rings

750 yellow gold rings - flat
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750 yellow gold rings - flat

750 yellow gold rings - flat

Yellow gold ring
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Yellow gold rings

Yellow gold rings

750 yellow gold rings
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750 yellow gold rings

750 yellow gold rings

Gold, lat. aurum, is a precious metal and is characterised in particular by its striking golden colour, density and resistance to all environmental influences. We use gold in our rings with a wide variety of alloys.

The gold alloys in our ring forge are mixtures of the precious metals gold, silver, copper and palladium. These alloys are often created to improve the mechanical properties of gold rings, as gold is very soft in its pure form. By adding other metals, colour nuances, hardness, strength and other technical properties can be improved.

Here are our gold alloys for your dream ring:

 

Yellow gold

This is the most common gold alloy and is created by adding copper and silver. The exact mixture varies, which can result in different shades of yellow gold.

White gold

To make gold white, we use palladium and silver. Depending on the amount of palladium added, intermediate colours such as the sand gold we call gold can also be created. To completely discolour gold, we add 18% palladium to a 750 alloy. With sand gold it is 8% or 10& palladium.

Red gold and rose gold

The addition of copper gives gold a reddish colour. Depending on the amount of copper added, the colour can vary from light pink to deep red.

Green gold

These alloys are created by adding only silver. The exact mixture influences the colour.

750 gold

This is an alloy containing 75% gold and 25% other metals. It is a common choice for jewellery.

585 gold

The proportion of gold here is 58.3%, while 41.7% consists of other metals.

900 gold

The gold content here is 90%

Self-forging is a fascinating and creative way to design your own piece of jewellery! The ability to work from molten metal to the finished ring, creating customised alloys, allows you to really personalise your ring. It's especially nice to let the participants in the course actively participate in the whole process and even incorporate your family heirlooms into the alloy. This not only gives your ring a unique aesthetic value, but also a deeper emotional meaning. Such personalised pieces of jewellery can tell stories and preserve memories, making them something very special.

All our alloys are nickel-free.

Fairtrade Gold

We have removed Fairtrade precious metals from our programme because we believe that recycling is the most consistent and cleanest way to process precious metals and wear them as jewellery with a clear conscience.

Upcycling

Customers like to bring old family jewellery with them. We then find a solution together to what extent we can reuse the precious metal. Apart from the sustainable aspect, this also has a very nice personal component.

If the scrap gold is not used directly for melting down, we charge the cost of the new rings according to the value of the scrap gold (at the current precious metal price).
Details of the cost calculation can be found here view.

Would you like to transform your old family jewellery into something new? call us for more information or to arrange an appointment. Appointment for a consultation in our workshop and we will find a joint solution. 

Recycling

We purchase our precious metal from so-called refiners. They have committed themselves to guarantee a complete traceability of the materials used and to provide information about their origin at any time. They guarantee that no precious metal of any kind is purchased from mine material. Of course, you have to be aware that the precious metals have been extracted from mines at some point. More detailed information about our business partner can be found at here read up.