Gold Information

02Dec 2010

Jewellery factories could potentially produce 10,000 different jewellery articles. In fact, in just one month factories normally produce 3,000 pieces. Monthly production creates about 50 new ornaments, making it 600 new articles per year. Every jewellery manufacturer is involved in their own development of new models and shapes. There is an unwritten rule to avoid […]

27Oct 2010

The term “gold” comes from an old Anglo-Saxon world ‘gelo’, or yellow. Gold’s chemical symbol is Au from the Latin word ‘aurum’ which means “shining dawn” Gold is the most malleable and ductile pure metal known. Gold never rusts. Gold does not cause skin irritation. If gold jewelry irritates the skin, it is likely that the […]

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