Why don’t you offer rhodium plated white gold?

Rhodium plating is common in the fine jewelry industry. It results in a brilliant, bright white finish. You’ll notice our white gold pieces have a warmer, less blingy look than white gold pieces you might see elsewhere. That’s because we don’t rhodium plate our white gold.

We don't love rhodium plating for a few reasons. First, the waste created by the plating process isn't great for the environment. Secondly, plating- no matter how thick- wears with time. That bright, white finish will need to be reapplied every 1-2 years, which adds ongoing cost, items on your to-do list, and creates additional environmental impact. But the biggest reason we don't rhodium plate is because we like our 14k white gold just the way it is.
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