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WHITE GOLD
WHITE GOLD
This generation has seen an increase of white gold in engagement and wedding rings as it provides a classic yet modern look that is beautiful on all skin tones. An admirable characteristic of white gold is its ability to accentuate the beauty of diamonds by enabling them to appear whiter and brighter.

24ct is the purest form of gold however 24ct white gold does not exist as it requires to be mixed with an alloy to create its elegant white hue. At Janai, we offer 18ct gold for engagement rings and 18ct or 9ct white gold for wedding bands. The big difference being the quantity of gold to alloy ratio; 18ct consists of 75% gold and 25% alloy and 9ct consists of 37.5% gold and 62.5% alloy. We ensure we take utmost care in selecting the highest-grade alloys to mix in with our gold. We choose palladium-based alloys as they are a premium alloy that is both hypoallergenic and nickel free. The incorporation of palladium also ensures the white gold holds its beautiful colour regardless of the rhodium plating wearing. This is a significant plus for our clients as it means less after care and maintenance! We use rhodium plating as a finishing touch on our white gold rings to enhance its brightness but to also add to its overall aesthetic. 18ct white gold is a longer lasting and more durable choice, but in relation to its appearance, is identical to 9ct white gold. 9ct is a popular choice for gents wedding bands as it is lighter and retains a quality look at lower price point.

At Janai, we use new gold when creating your special jewellery pieces to ensure durability. We choose to use new gold as gold will become brittle over time the more it is melted down and reused. We strongly recommend considering the quality of gold when purchasing an engagement ring as new gold will increases the longevity of such a sentimental piece. We take pride in making certain your jewellery has the structural integrity and longevity to last a lifetime. In addition, our premium quality guarantees jewellery maintenance is kept to a minimum. Book a consultation with us today to determine the best metal for you!
YELLOW GOLD
YELLOW GOLD
Yellow Gold is a timeless option for engagement and wedding rings. In the 1960s to 1980s, yellow gold was the standard and most popular choice for bridal jewellery. Now it is well known as a traditional and classic style that represents a more vintage look. Although yellow gold was more sought after in the past, it is now regaining its desirability as it adds a softness to the ring that reminds us of a bygone era.

24ct is the purest form of gold and though it may seem the most luxurious, it is not the most practical for jewellery as it is extremely malleable and is not durable for everyday wear. At Janai, we offer 18ct gold for engagement rings and 18ct or 9ct white gold for wedding bands. The big difference being the quantity of gold to alloy ratio; 18ct consists of 75% gold and 25% alloy whereas 9ct consists of 37.5% gold and 62.5% alloy. Due to the percentage of gold, 18ct will have a slightly stronger yellow colour, it is heavier, and longer wearing. Both our 18ct and 9ct gold are mixed in house with premium alloys containing no nickel. 9ct is a popular choice for gents wedding bands as it is light and retains a quality look at lower price point.

At Janai, we use new gold when creating your special jewellery pieces to ensure durability. We choose to use new gold as gold will become brittle over time the more it is melted down and reused. We strongly recommend considering the quality of gold when purchasing an engagement ring as new gold will increases the longevity of such a sentimental piece. We take pride in making certain your jewellery has the structural integrity and longevity to last a lifetime. In addition, our supreme quality guarantees jewellery maintenance to be kept to a minimum. Book a consultation with us today to determine the best metal for you!
ROSE GOLD
ROSE GOLD
Rose gold provides a soft, warm yet elegant look to an engagement or wedding ring. Its subtle appearance enables an ease to the eyes and provides a calming presence. This beautiful rosy hue was first discovered unintentionally when impurities were present during the making of Roman gold coins. It made its first appearance in jewellery when a famed Russian jeweller incorporated rose gold into his precious pieces. Today, rose gold jewellery is seen in many high-end magazines and is represented as being trendy and fashionable. The colour of rose gold is romantic and symbolises love so it may be the perfect choice for your special ring!

24ct is the purest form of gold however 24ct rose gold does not exist as it requires to be mixed with an alloy to create its elegant pink hue. At Janai, we offer 18ct gold for engagement rings and 18ct or 9ct white gold for wedding bands. The big difference being the quantity of gold to alloy ratio; 18ct consists of 75% gold and 25% alloy and 9ct consists of 37.5% gold and 62.5% alloy. Due to the percentage of gold, 18ct will have a slightly stronger colour, is heavier, and is longer wearing. However, both are mixed in house with premium alloys containing no nickel.

At Janai, we use new gold when creating your special jewellery pieces to ensure durability. We choose to use new gold as gold will become brittle over time the more it is melted down and reused. We strongly recommend considering the quality of gold when purchasing an engagement ring as new gold will increases the longevity of such a sentimental piece. We take pride in making certain your jewellery has the structural integrity and longevity to last a lifetime. In addition, our premium quality guarantees jewellery maintenance is kept to a minimum. Book a consultation with us today to determine the best metal for you!
PLATINUM
PLATINUM
Platinum is a sophisticated choice of metal in engagement and wedding rings. It is a strong, durable, and dense metal that appeals to many clients as it holds its white hue. Platinum is particularly famous with solitaire rings due to its strength however not so much for rings featuring a halo or side diamonds as it is a highly malleable.

At Janai we use platinum 950 as it is the most premium and purest form that is recommended for jewellery. This means that it is 95% platinum and 5% alloy. We use cobalt-based alloy which enhances the durability of platinum while increasing its overall whiteness. We care deeply about our clients and thus we ensure our platinum is 100% nickel free and hypoallergenic. This means it will be safe for you to wear everyday with no allergic reactions. Platinum is an attractive metal to gentlemen that prefer rings that are heavy as they are 30% heavier than 18ct white gold. As platinum wears its vintage and elegant look is only enhanced.

We take pride in making certain your jewellery has the structural integrity and longevity to last a lifetime. Our premium quality guarantees jewellery maintenance to be kept to a minimum. Book a consultation with us today to determine the best metal for you!

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