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14k vs 18k White Gold

14k vs 18k White Gold

14K vs. 18K White Gold: A Side by Side Comparison Continuing from our previous blog post comparing 14k and 18k Rose Gold, we’d like to now compare the difference between 14k and 18k white gold. Before we get into white gold and the difference between 14k and 18k white gold, we must first understand gold and its purity. To give a brief summary of our previous introduction to gold, we have to discuss the karat. Karat is the unit used to measure the purity of gold, with the highest purity of gold being 24 karat (99.99% pure). One karat contains 1/24...

How to Clean Your Jewelry

How to Clean Your Jewelry

How to Clean Your Ring or Jewelry at Home You just got engaged and can’t stop staring at this gorgeous, shiny ring on your finger. We totally understand the feeling! Fast forward to months and months of wearing your beautiful ring(s), you notice the shine and dazzle has gone and it now looks cloudy. Don’t panic! All it needs is a gentle cleaning, which can be done at home.  Rings pictured from top to bottom: Tiara Halo Diamond Pear Moissanite Ring, Crown Diamond Wedding Band La More Design’s fine jewelry is designed and handcrafted in the USA with the finest...

14k vs 18k Rose Gold

14k vs 18k Rose Gold

14K vs. 18K Rose Gold: A Side by Side Comparison To the uninitiated eye, gold is gold right? But not everything that’s gilded is great. Customers often ask us “What is the difference between 14k and 18k gold?” “What does those numbers even mean?” Since rose gold rings are our bestsellers, let’s compare 14k vs. 18k rose gold. You’ve probably heard the term karat thrown around. Karat is the unit used to measure the purity of gold. “Pure gold” is 24 karat (of Bruno Mars song fame). It’s not 100% pure—just 99.99%, but that’s the best that can be created....

Know Your Moissanite

Know Your Moissanite

Eco Friendly Diamond Alternative for Engagement Rings When it comes moissanite, there are a lot of options. You can choose Forever One Colorless, Forever One Near Colorless, or Forever Brilliant Moissanite. All of that might sound pretty confusing if you don’t know the difference. Let us spell it out for you so you can find your perfect ring from our bestselling moissanite engagement ring collection. To start, let’s give you a little bit background. Moissanite was originally born from a meteorite over 50,000 years ago. In 1893, Nobel Prize winning chemist Dr. Henri Moissan discovered tiny crystals of silicon carbide...