What is a medallion necklace?
Historically, the Greco-Romans wore medallion necklaces as status symbols, often with gold coins as the pendant to showcase their wealth. Gold coins are still used in many a necklace but, as the medallions have evolved, the prevailing circular disc pendant is now the canvas for a more nuanced status symbol.
What is the difference between a medallion and a pendant?
As nouns the difference between pendant and medallion is that pendant is counterpart while medallion is a large medal, usually decorative.
What is the strongest type of gold necklace?
Is the chain solid, plated or hollow? Solid gold chains are the most expensive option, but they are also the strongest and most durable. Hollow chains are less expensive, but there is a potential problem with them: These chains are easy to break or dent, and if that happens, they are difficult to repair.
What color gold looks best with diamonds?
What does 999 mean on gold?
999 — 24k or 24 Karat 24 karat or 24k gold refers to the purest form of gold that contains around 99.
What’s better 14K or 18K gold?
Due to its higher percentage of pure gold, 18K gold is quite noticeably softer and easier to scratch or dent than 14K gold. This means that if your fiancé-to-be works with her hands or has an active lifestyle, an 18K gold ring might not be the best choice. Another disadvantage of 18K gold is its price.
Is 14K gold better than 9k?
Because pure gold is soft, 9k gold is slightly more durable and harder than 14k gold. Jewelry made from 9k gold is a wonderful option for everyday wear or for those who work with their hands.