Rose Gold Filled
This is the collection of Rose Gold Filled Findings available from our suppliers.
Rose gold-fill is gold-fill, except that copper is mixed with the alloy to give it its standout rosy hue. In other words, both 14k gold and 14k rose gold contain the same amount of gold—the only difference is the combination of other metals that are added to the pure 24k gold to create the 14k gold alloy.
Gold Filled jewelry is made by wrapping layers of solid gold (14K, 12K, or 18K) sheets around a base metal (usually brass). Unlike gold plated jewelry, gold filled jewelry actually has a measurable amount of gold in it. This process of adhering solid gold sheets makes for jewelry that does not tarnish, peel, chip or discolor. To be considered golf-filled, jewelry needs to contain a minimum of 5% gold. Taking care of gold-filled jewelry is not complicated. In most cases, water, mild soap, and a soft cloth are enough to clean it thoroughly. Avoid polishing unless necessary and pay particular attention to the remnants of lotions and perfumes, especially on necklaces and chains.