Have you noticed your white gold jewelry begin to tarnish or turn yellow? If so, your jewelry is in need of  a Rhodium plating. Rhodium is part of the platinum group, and it is known for being a very expensive metal—almost twice the price of platinum.

Given that much of today’s “white gold” is actually yellow gold mixed with a white metal such as palladium, silver, or nickel, jewelers use Rhodium in a chemical process to give white gold its bright white shine and highly reflective look. In addition to enhancing its appearance, Rhodium plating your jewelry also improves durability by making your jewelry more scratch resistant.

Stop in today for to begin the process of making your white gold jewelry look like new again!

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