Joseph’s Jewelry carries a wide variety of yellow gold, white gold, rose gold, as well as mixed metal jewelry. Our selection will not disappoint. Out of the many karat selections for gold, we highly recommend 14KT. In our experience, 14KT is the perfect mix of strength, durability, as well as a very appealing color. Visit us to choose your next piece of jewelry or to start your newest custom creation. Our staff specializes in taking your out dated and broken jewelry and transforming your items into  stunning pieces that are sure to impress.

“Pure gold (fine gold) is softer than pure silver but harder than tin. Its beauty and luster are unmatched by any alloyed golds. The extreme malleability, ductility, and softness of pure gold make it practically useless for jewelry applications.

Alloying elements (other metals) are added to gold to increase the toughness and hardness of the gold alloy. While almost any metal can be alloyed (melted) with gold, only certain metals will not dramatically change the color or make the metal brittle. The addition of indium, for instance, turns gold purple and gives gold alloy the workability of glass.

Over time, certain percentages of gold have become legally recognized “karats.” The karat indicates the amount of gold as a percentage of the total, i.e. 24 karat is 100 percent gold. Thus 14 karat is 14/24 gold or 58.33 percent gold. Gold standards vary around the world. In the United States, 24, 22, 18, 14, and 10 karat gold are the only karats allowed to be sold as karated gold.”

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