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About Gold

Gold has been one of mankind's most revered substances since the beginning of time. Long back, in olden days, gold was considered to have healing and therapeutic properties and so it was worn widely. The legends and myths surrounding gold are legendary and for many ancient civilizations, only the most powerful were permitted to wear it.

Considered to be the noblest of all metals, Gold is the epitome of heritage, prosperity, bewitching versatility, opulence and glamour. Its warmth and traditional appeal makes it a true classic piece of any bridal jewellery.

India’s love affair with gold starts with mythological tales of how Gods rode on chariots made of gold. Over centuries this liaison has helped Gold become an inseparable part of the Indian psyche.

Characterized by a distinct yellow colour, gold is a very durable and desirable metal that is resistant to rust, tarnish, and corrosion over time or with wear and tear. Gold is coveted for its gleaming beauty and strong yet extremely malleable nature, and can be melted and shaped to create any design. Since its inception, Gold has been used as ornament by jewellers to enrich beauty for more than 6000 years.


Gold Purity

Since pure (24KT) gold is too soft to make exquisite Jewellery, it is alloyed with a mixture of metals like silver, copper, nickel, and zinc to give it greater strength and durability. Copper is the most commonly used base metal, hence getting a red colour. Karatage, denoted by a number followed by "k or kt" indicates purity. The most common 'Karat' options are 14K, 18K, 22K and 24K. The purest gold available today is 24 karats which has the least amount of impurities present in it, and the maximum amount of pure gold. However, the more easily available and affordable gold is 22 karats or 18 karat gold. Gold is a metal that can complement any occasion and never fails to lure admirers. There are different levels of purity available depending on your preference and budget.


The following shows the Karatage preferred for jewellery:

24K gold denotes 100% gold purity. Gold in this form is extremely soft and can be used for coins and bars. 99.5% is also considered as 24K gold by industry standards.

22K gold denotes 91.6% gold purity. Gold in 22K is very soft and is not suitable for manufacturing studded jewellery. It can be used for plain gold jewellery.

18k gold denotes 75.0% gold purity. 18K is highly recommended for fine and diamond studded jewellery.

14K gold denotes 58.3% gold purity and it often comes stamped with 585.

12k gold denotes 50.0% gold purity and is not used for jewellery.

9K gold denotes 37.5% gold purity. 9K is the minimum standard used in India and is widely used for making profound jewellery to minimize the cost.

Composition

The alloy composition of gold is a certain percentage of gold, silver, copper and zinc. For instance, 22K yellow gold contains 91.67%, Silver 5%, Copper 2% and Zinc 1%.

Sometimes, gold of a lower Karatage is plated in higher-karat gold to enhance its colour. This is perfectly acceptable as long as the jeweller discloses this fact and you pay a fair price. To determine the Karatage of a particular piece of jewellery, look for the quality mark.


Colours of Gold

Apart from the traditional yellow gold, the colour of gold can be colour-toned depending on what metals it is mixed or alloyed with. The richness of the Gold colour is directly affected by the percentage of Gold in its alloys: therefore, 18k Gold has a richer Gold colour than 14k Gold. Gold comes in variations of white gold and rose gold. Most plain gold jewellery designs are given a two-tone effect for a contemporary and classy feel. White gold and yellow gold are paired together to create a beautiful and exquisite two-tone appearance. Gold can now be created in a wide spectrum of other colours, such as green, purple and even black, but greatest demand for gold around the world remains for yellow gold; warm, rich, and subtle - the ultimate in precious metals.

Yellow Gold

Gold has a warm yellow colour in its purest form. Natural gold and colour-saturated alloys are what give yellow gold jewellery its rich shine. Its signature warmth is gotten from an expert mixture of copper, silver and pure gold which gives this precious metal its original colour. Yellow Gold has an inherent classic and deep look about it and radiates victory and opulence. Yellow Gold is favoured the most by women as it suits all skin tones, can be worn with anything and blends with any other gemstone attractively.

Benefits of Yellow Gold

1. The brilliance of the majestic Yellow Gold makes it both warm and luxurious at the same time.

2. Yellow Gold can be combined with anything - Silver, Platinum, Diamonds or Gemstones.

3. Yellow Gold is extremely valuable and will always remain a consistent financial investment.

4. Yellow Gold does not tarnish.

White gold

Mixing in white metals, such as palladium or silver in combination, creates white gold. White Gold contains the same characteristics of Yellow Gold but has cooler silvery tone to it. To give White Gold its brilliant shiny white luster, it is combined with metal called rhodium. Rhodium is a shiny white metal, which is extremely hard and durable. Although strong, rhodium wears away over time. Replating can be done to restore whiteness to your jewellery. This metal is more durable and scratch resistant because of presence of rhodium in it. White Gold has gained popularity over the past few years since it fits with any occasion and any outfit. White Gold gives a contemporary look where Yellow Gold lends itself to the classic.

Benefits of White Gold

1. Its versatile look lends itself to any outfit, any occasion and any gemstone.

2. You can also combine it with other metals like Rose Gold, Platinum or Sterling Silver.

3. No need to worry about tarnish like Silver.

4. Harder and more scratch resistant than Silver.

5. A good affordable substitute if you're a Platinum jewellery lover

Rose Gold

Rose gold, also known as pink or red gold, is created by adding more copper in the alloy composition of the gold and decreasing the silver-coloured alloys. The more the percentage of copper is stronger the more pinkish is the gold. Copper is very durable and so this makes rose gold harder than yellow or white gold. The warm tone of Rose Gold lends a little bit of romance to any piece of jewellery. The rosy glow flatters any skin tone and when combined with any gemstone. Today, the trend of Rose gold jewelry is becoming more popular, specially while selecting wedding bands and bracelets.

White Gold with Black Rhodium
Black rhodium is plated to white gold creating a rich black appearance that is extremely hard and strong. As with traditional white rhodium, black rhodium may also wear away over time.


Hallmarking

Hallmarking is the accurate determination and official recording of the proportionate content of precious metal in gold. Hallmarks are thus official marks used in many countries as a guarantee of purity or fineness of gold jewellery.

BIS Hallmarking & Certification

Indian consumer is very often a victim of irregular metal quality. Government of India took the cognizance and understood the necessity of protecting the public in its purchases of gold jewellery especially with regard to standards of fineness and the prevention of adulteration, be it deliberate or accidental. The principle objectives of the Hallmarking Scheme are to protect the public against the fraud of adulteration and to oblige manufacturers to maintain legal standards of fineness.

The BIS hallmark, a mark of conformity widely accepted by the consumer bestows the additional confidence to the consumer on the purity of gold jewellery. The Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) under the consumer affairs ministry is the administrative authority for hallmarking in India.

Hallmarking guarantees a piece of Jewellery for its actual purity and originality. You can analyse its true financial potential as a form of investment and help you calculate its value more accurately. For e.g. a non-hallmarked Jewellery will lose its value by around 10-20% whereas a Hallmarked Jewellery will not. The BIS hallmarking has a high reputation among the jewellery trading industry in India, and is widely accepted by the consumers.

Five Symbols used to identify hallmarked jewellery. The marking is done either using punches or laser marking machine. They are usually present at the back /inner side of a jewellery article. You might need a magnifying lens though to clearly view them.

• The BIS Logo - The most visible symbol of hallmarking is the BIS logo
• The Year of Hallmarking
• Purity of Gold - Identification Marks (958, 916, 875, 750, 585, 375) or in Carat (23ct, 22ct, 21ct, 18ct, 14ct, 9ct)
• The Jeweller's identification mark
• The Assay or Hallmarking centre’s logo

Visit www.bis.gov.in for more details.


Price of Gold

In addition to the karat weight (purity) and prevailing market value of gold, several other factors determine the price of Gold jewellery. These factors include, but are not limited to, total weight of the jewellery, design and craftsmanship, and ornamental detailing such as engraving and the finish of the metal. Although nearly all Gold jewelry today is made with the help of special machines, some hand work is almost always involved, and the more hand work that is involved, the higher the price. The value of gold is closely monitored in the market 24/7 and fluctuates on a daily basis.



Worth of Gold

Economies have been underpinned by the value of gold. That just shows that this metal is held in high regard by all countries. The demand for gold, is high and always considered a prized possession when compared to any other metals. Owning gold jewellery in form of gold bangles, gold rings and even gold earrings make for a great investment option. Many Indians prefer buying 24K gold coins over gold jewellery when they choose to invest in gold. Gold is extremely valuable and will always remain a consistent financial investment.


Why Gold

For ages, Gold has been one of the most valued and sought after Precious Metals. It is one of the few items in life that never loses its value. It has been prized as a form of International exchange and an emblem of Royalty. Throughout history, gold has had an enchanting quality and a unique heritage like no other precious metal. Only Gold combines the four basic characteristics that make it a universally and eternally treasured possession – lustrous beauty, rarity, durability and workability.

Lustrous beauty

The natural intense colour and the distinctive luster of gold combine to give this metal its unique and lasting beauty. It’s beauty if further enhanced by the soft and exquisite shades of colour achieved by combining it with small amounts of other metals known as alloys. The many colours of gold include Yellow, White, Pink and green and to a lesser extent, shades of blue and purple.

Rarity

Gold is all around us – in the earth’s crust, in the seas, rivers and plants. The difficulty and expense of obtaining it makes it unlikely. Several tons of ore are required to extract just one ounce of Gold. The rarity alone is enough to bestow a certain symbolism and status to gold.

Durability

Gold virtually lasts forever. It does not rust, tarnish or corrode. An example of its durability is evidenced in the gold coins found in galleons sunk centuries ago. Each Coin is as bright and shiny as the day it was made.

Workability

Gold has the best working quality of any metal. Thereby making it the ideal precious metal for fine Jewellery. It is so soft and malleable that one ounce can be stretched into a wire 80 kilometres long or hammered into a sheet so thin it covers well over nine square meters and becomes transparent. Gold can be re-melted and used again and again and can be made into a vast array of Jewellery items.

Over Centuries of increasing sophistication and technology, gold has assumed many additional roles. Gold is most renowned in its ultimate form - Jewellery. Not only is it prized as an essential component of Jewellery, it also has many applications in contemporary modern-day life. Every day men, women and children continue the centuries old ritual of gold adornment. They are caught up in gold’s allure through the acquisition and purchase of Jewellery. A gift of gold has always been the symbol of lasting love and devotion.

Why Gold Jewellery

Jewellery is special and it lasts a Lifetime. Gold is the base metal for any type of jewellery. Most of the jewellery items made up of gold are long-lasting and easy to maintain. Gold Jewellery can be worn with anything and blends with any other gemstone attractively. Today the versatility of designs available in gold makes it an ideal choice since it can stand out or make a statement or subtly enhance your outfit. Gold Jewellery can be worn with casual clothes during the day or for a formal evening or even for a business meeting. Without gold, any function or occasion is considered incomplete. Especially in India, during weddings the bride is adorned with gold jewellery enhancing the look and beauty of the bride.

Yellow Gold Jewellery

Yellow gold is by far the most popular and has a beautiful warm quality to its finish. Yellow Gold can be combined with anything - Silver, Platinum, Diamonds or Gemstones. The brilliance of the majestic Yellow Gold makes it both warm and luxurious at the same time

White Gold Jewellery

White gold is for the person who perhaps favours the look of silver jewellery but who wants something a little extra special. A casual outfit looks modern and classy when combined with a pair of White Gold earrings or a delicate necklace while your evening wear comes alive when you combine white gold with gemstones. White Gold is also more affordable for people inclined towards Platinum jewellery since it gives the same finishing touch.

Rose Gold Jewellery

Rose gold offers a unique alternative and the warmest gold colour available. The warm coppery tones of Rose Gold lend itself to any gemstone perfectly and brings out your skin tone. It is as valuable as Gold and has a lasting significance while being a trendy piece of jewellery to wear. Definitely the choice of metal if you're looking for a little romance and a little good old-fashioned gold.

Kundan Jewellery

- Old, solid gold ornaments are sometimes filled with shellac. It is important to determine this in order to not be overcharged.
- In trying to differentiate between an old and a new minakari piece, remember that the older the piece, the more intricate the design and more brilliant the colour.
- To identify imperfections in a diamond, look for tiny, rents or fissures and specks. If the diamond has any of these, it is flawed. Note also that a real diamond can never have scratches on its surface, if it does, it is not a diamond.
- Genuine kundan-set crystal has a mellow, opaque appearance. Artificial kundan-set crystal is transparent and it glitters. This is due to the fact that glass has been used instead of crystal and colored tinfoil under the stones to create the illusion of color.
- New cord in an old piece should not make the buyer suspicious. It could have been replaced to hold the ornament together.

Why Gold Coins

Gold is one of the most precious metals and it plays a very important role in Indian culture. Buying gold is something we all do at some point of time in our lives. Individual needs vary, of course, such as deciding whether to buy precious metals in the form of jewellery or as gold coins. Gold coins are favoured most by those who wish to use them as perfect traditional investment. Gold coins have tangible value and buying gold coins is kind of making an investment, directly or indirectly. Gold in most cases gets its value soaring high when most of the investments falls. With the gold coins in your kitty, when in dire need, one can buy things, as it has the best asset liquidity. Having gold coins is a good choice of stocking them as you don’t have to pay extra for designs and making charges, its often termed as resourceful choice.

Before deciding on to purchase gold coin, know the current gold rate and the fineness in addition to purity. If you were actually thinking of gifting your dear ones something worth their love, surprising them with a gold coin would be the best. This gift is high on value, and accommodates in any of your smallest safe pouch as they light on weight. The purchase of gold coins also has religious significance for many, as they are considered auspicious symbols of prosperity and luck. Gold coins often have religious symbols imprinted on it and are available in different shapes and sizes and come is denominations of grams like 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 20, 25, 50, 100 etc. and have higher resale value as compared to gold jewellery.


Important Tips for Buying Gold Jewellery

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Important Tips for Buying Gold Jewellery

There are few things a woman enjoys more than buying gold jewellery. Whether it is a small gold coin or a bridal haram (necklace), shopping for gold jewellery is a very memorable activity for all women. If you are buying jewellery for your beloved, check on the style of the bijouterie, whether she is obsessed with antique, classic designs or she loves the ultra-contemporary. It is important to check, what kind of jewellery she prefers to wear in daily lifestyle, and what in special events. At the same time, it is also a very important activity, because gold has been long cherished as an important investment as well as a prized possession. So, regardless of whether you are making your very first purchase, or are a seasoned shopper, when it comes to buying gold jewellery there are some things you must always bear in mind.

1. The type of jewellery

In a showroom that displays hundreds of spectacular designs, it is very easy to become confused or overwhelmed if you are not sure of what you want. While what you see will affect your final decision, it is important to take some time out before you go to a store to determine what type of jewellery you are looking for. Go through your jewellery box or locker to see what type of pieces you already own. Do you want something that complements them or something altogether different? What are your dressing habits? Do you normally wear western outfits or ethnic ones? Are you shopping for a particular occasion? If so, you may want to consider current trends and latest fashions. A great way to get an idea of the hottest designs is to look at online jewellery websites where you can window shop without leaving your home.

2. The Right Colour Variation

Not just designs, but Gold Jewellery today comes in a variety of shades too. Rose Gold, White Gold, Antique or Bronze Finish – all these make a huge difference to the look and appeal of a piece. While this is largely a matter of personal preference, it is best to keep some tips in mind. The bright yellow finish of gold looks best on Kanjeevarams while antique or bronze finish can completely lift up the appearance of a lehenga or suit. It is best to pair rose or white gold finish pieces with western outfits or contemporary suits. If you are going for gemstone or studded pieces, pick one that can be worn with different types of outfits, rather than a single one.

3. The Purity

Absolutely pure gold is 24 karat gold jewellery. At this purity, gold is extremely pliable and very delicate, therefore it is alloyed with other metals – typically copper or in some cases, silver – to give it strength and make it durable. Alloyed gold is typically 22 karats or lesser. This often leads to a change in price and also in the resale value of gold jewellery. To ensure you are getting your money’s true worth, only purchase gold jewellery that is certified hallmark or KDM. This certification guarantees the level of purity of your particular piece, promising you the full true value should you ever want to sell it.

4. The Price

Anyone who has purchased gold jewellery will tell you, the rate of gold and the rate of gold jewellery are two very different things. While the rate of gold is determined by international market and economic factors, the actual price of the piece of jewellery is generally much higher. It includes the making charges (artisan’s fees), the wastage (the amount of gold lost in the process of making the piece), the purity guarantee and in some cases also a mark-up for the specific showroom you purchase from. Always insist on a break-up of the final price, don’t not go by the first price told to you which is generally devoid of any additional charges.

5. Identification Mark

Certified pure gold jewellery can be identified by the Hallmark sign or the KDM mark (in some cases). This is an embossing on the inside of most jewellery pieces and is very important to guarantee purity of your piece. Always ask the retailer to point out this mark to you. Also remember that it is absolutely okay to refuse to purchase a piece that does not have this mark. Some jewellers may try to convince you with a purity certificate instead of a mark, but the certificate has no value without the purity identification mark. However, this mark is not available for precious stones. For precious stones only, a certificate of purity with a rating is provided.

6. Final purchase

Once you are satisfied with all these points, and have chosen a design that you like, it is important to get a proper sales invoice for your piece. Many jewellers give you a cash memo, instead of an invoice that does not have much standing in case of a dispute. Ask for a proper invoice that displays the name of the retailer, his address, GST, VAT and TIN numbers as well as a stamp or a seal. Ensure all the particulars of your piece are correct and complete. You can even ask for a certificate of purity or guarantee at this point, for which some retailers may charge extra. As a last measure, be sure to check on exchange and return policies of the jeweller.

That’s it! With all these areas taken care of, you are now free to flaunt your beautiful jewellery for many years to come!


Gold Care

Most of the jewellery is made of Gold. Though Gold jewellery is available in various Karats and colour, the general cleaning is common for all varieties. If treated carefully, the gold jewellery item you purchase today could last a lifetime and might even be handed down to future generations. So here are some tips that will help preserve the beauty of your gold jewellery.



Cleaning

Gold can lose its shine & luster over a period of time if regularly exposed to dust, moisture, perspiration and make-up. You will find many cleaners available in the market to clean your gold jewellery at home. Consult with your jeweller for more information to avoid any probable side effects.

For home cleaning of gold jewellery, different combinations can be used:

i) Detergent-free soap and water mixed with a few drops of ammonia followed by careful brushing with a soft bristle brush to remove excessive dirt. Make sure you don’t put too much pressure while cleaning the jewellery. After brushing, simply rinse with lukewarm water and allow drying.

ii) Grease can be removed from gold jewellery by dipping the jewellery into plain rubbing alcohol. However, care should be taken while cleaning gold jewellery with coloured gemstone pieces.

iii) Keep your gold ornaments in warm water for two minutes and gently apply Nonabrasive toothpaste using a soft cotton ball to the Gold jewellery piece.

iv) Ammonia can also be used to clean gold jewellery but because Ammonia is a strong cleaning agent, do not clean jewellery too often with it. Mix four parts warm water and one-part household ammonia, submerge your jewellery for not more than ten minutes. Rinse it with warm water and allow it to dry. White Vinegar also is a good cleaning agent.

Moisture speeds the tarnishing process so it's important to make sure that your jewellery is dry before putting it away. Dry your gold jewellery with a clean, soft, dry cloth. Never use paper towel or rough thread rags as the fibres in these products can cause scratches. Professional Jewellery polishing cloths are also the best and easily available choice in the market. Soft chamois cloth is a good option.

Caring

Gold jewellery should be removed when washing or bathing. Soap can cause a film to form on the gold, making it appear dull and dingy. Do not wear gold jewellery while using chlorine bleach or while in a swimming pool, spas, Jacuzzis or hot bath tub. Bleach can permanently damage or discolour your jewellery.

Since gold is a natural element, it can lose its luster over time if repeatedly exposed to dust, moisture, perspiration and makeup. Acids, abrasives and other harsh chemicals such as chlorine found in some common household cleaning solutions can weaken your jewellery or damage its finish. So, avoid wearing jewellery when undertaking manual activities such as gardening, cleaning of the house & other common tasks, household cleaning, etc. to prevent it from contact with sweat and perspiration.

Chemicals in cosmetics, colognes, perfumes, hair sprays can often damage your jewellery. Exposure to these chemicals often discolour precious metals like gold & silver and also damage the gemstones. Putting jewellery after using these materials can help reduce the potential risk of damaging your precious jewellery.

Jewellery may also get entangled with other objects which can cause it to snap / break, thereby damaging the jewel. It is recommended to remove and keep all your jewellery aside when you shower and sleep, while cooking, cleaning or any strenuous/heavy work, before exercise and other physical activities to avoid unnecessary wear and tear.

Like all other Jewellery, gold should be periodically cleaned and checked for wear and breakage. Pay particular attention to clasps (to ensure they catch easily but are still secure); prongs (to ensure they haven't cracked, bent or loosened, which could cause the stone to fall out); bracelet and neck-chain links (to ensure they don't kink or bend); pin backs and earring posts (to see if they are bent or loose); and wedding bands, pendants and charms (dangling pieces and items worn every day for a long period of time) are subject to wear and can thin out and eventually break. Around every two years, get white gold re-plated, platinum re-polished and prongs re-tipped, to maintain original condition.

Always inspect your gold jewellery for weakness or damage and bring it to a professional jeweller you trust for immediate repair. A professional jeweller is best to take care of high value gold jewellery studded with precious and semi-precious stones. Your jeweller will be able to handle these and many other repair jobs and ultimately ensure that the jewellery is clean without causing any damage to the stones and ensure that its sheen is not lost.

Kundan Jewellery Care:

Here are some tips on how to take good care of your Kundan Jewellery.
- When replacing the jewellery after use, wipe it with a suede cloth to restore its shine.
- If space is an issue, place the jewellery in between layers of cotton wool and seal it in a good plastic bag.
- Do not clean the jewellery with soap and water.
- Keep a pouch of desiccant with the piece to protect it from tarnishing due to excessive humidity. Dampness causes the silver in the setting to tarnish and the enamel to crack.

Storage

Storing jewellery in a proper way not only increases its life but also avoids tarnishing and contamination. It also ensures that the sparkle and brightness of the jewellery lasts longer.

Gold is a soft metal; any contact with another hard substance can make its luster dull. Proper storage is as important as cleaning. Protect your gold jewellery by storing it safely in in their original containers or keeping it wrapped in a soft cloth or pouches when not being worn.

Furthermore, storing pieces separately in boxes with separate compartments will prevent them from getting tangled or scratching one another. Ensure that the fabric in the box is soft, like brushed cotton, satin or velvet.


Why Us

Buying gold and silver is something we all do at some point of time in our lives. Buying fine jewellery is more than just a purchase. It is an investment for the future. At Jewelroof.com, we take immense pride in our fine jewellery collections and our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. We are a family run business and we believe in traditional personal service and helping our customers to find the perfect jewellery piece to suit their needs and their budget.

Individual needs vary, of course, such as deciding whether to buy precious metals in the form of jewellery or as gold or silver coins. The purchase of silver and gold coins also has religious significance for many, as they are considered auspicious symbols of prosperity and luck. Gold and Silver coins are available in a vast range of sizes, beginning from 1 gram gold coins, and going up to 100 grams. Silver coin sizes go up to 1000 grams. With a wide variety of beautiful designs, the choices on offer are many. Any product you may be buying online is accompanied by a quality certificate with specifications. At Jewelroof.com, you can buy BIS Hallmarked silver coins and gold coins of the highest purity online with complete peace of mind.

Our gold jewellery is crafted from some of the finest gold with precision to ensure longevity and beauty. After production, every piece of jewellery is sent for hallmarking by government recognized assayers. Each piece of jewellery carries the brand logo as a mark of authenticity. The collection includes contemporary and traditional pieces, light-weight jewellery for daily use and heavier pieces for bridal wear. The gold collection also includes a range of jewellery in antique finish, intricate and exquisite Indian hand-crafted jewellery, gold articles for puja and gifts for the new-born. With the ease of online shopping, you can browse through the multitude of striking designs at your leisure and purchase a genuine product with utter convenience. Unique designs, superior precious metals and gemstones and the highest standard of craftsmanship have made us the first choice for fine jewellery for many years.


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