White gold rings
If you are hesitating between the preciousness of yellow gold and the elegance of silver, then opt for white gold for your future ring, unearthed through our catalog of old, vintage and second-hand rings.
Rigorously authenticated by our jewelry experts, our white gold rings are exceptional gems. Their undeniable charm depends as much on their visual appearance as on the life stories of which they are privileged witnesses.
The white gold ring, or the modern and timeless alternative to yellow gold
Less conventional than the yellow gold ring, the white gold ring is however just as precious and aesthetic as its golden version. 18-karat gold, composed of 75% fine gold and 25% a mixture of silver and copper, is most commonly used by artisan jewelers and jewelers. The quantities of silver and copper are adjusted to create your choice of white, yellow or rose gold jewelry. Thus, a white gold ring is accompanied by a greater proportion of silver than copper, unlike a pink gold ring.
In order to make white gold jewelry, they must then be rhodium-plated, or covered with a thin layer of rhodium. In the same way as gold, silver and platinum, rhodium belongs to the category of eight noble metals, which resist both corrosion and oxidation. It is thanks to the rhodium plating process that our white gold rings take on a beautiful, bright white appearance, which is more or less similar to that of silver.
Through our online store, find a sublime white gold ring to dress your hands with delicacy and refinement in all circumstances. Whether signed or not, the white gold rings from our jewelry catalog are high-end creations, which are however more accessible than their new versions due to their past history. Made entirely of white gold or mixing white gold with yellow gold and/or pink gold, as well as (semi-)precious stones and diamonds, our white gold rings reflect of true artisanal know-how. Thanks to Castafiore, give a second life to a ring whose beauty emancipates itself from all temporality.
Take care of your white gold rings in a few simple steps
The thin layer of rhodium that covers our white gold rings is likely to deteriorate over time. In order to protect your jewels from premature wear, we advise you to entrust them to a jeweler, once every 3 to 5 years, so that he can redo the rhodium plating of your rings and other jewelry in White gold.
On a daily basis, get into the habit of removing your white gold rings from your fingers before getting ready or doing household chores. Gently clean your white gold jewelry by placing them in a bowl of lukewarm water with a tablespoon of baking soda. Wipe them with a soft, clean, dry cloth, and you will have shiny new rings.