24 Karat Gold in Nepal
pure 24 karat gold in Nepal is Yellow in color, when the purity is lowered, by adding different alloys, the color of the gold can be changed to reflect the color of the alloy. In Nepal, particularly, this yellow metal is irreplaceable in precious jewellery. Apart from its complete inertness and resistance to tarnish and corrosion, 24 Karat Gold is as dear as it is because of its rarity. All the Gold found on Earth was brought to us by an asteroid collision that occurred millions of years ago. So unless another asteroid of Gold decides to bump into Earth, we have a limited quantity of 24 carat gold available!
Traditionally, Gold jewellery has been used in its yellow form in either 24 karat or 22 karat (for increased strength) to make fine jewellery. But with evolving tastes, increasing innovation, and maturing craftsmanship, Gold finds expression in several colors and textures. The yellow tones remain the most popular, but the platinum like hues of white gold and the faint blush of rose gold is rapidly gaining popularity. And if the choice in colors is not exciting enough, the possible gold texture that one can create the whole jewellery design game exciting. With customization and bespoke jewellery being Shalimar jeweller‘s focus, here is a lowdown on all the textural options available to create your exquisite, one of a kind piece…
24 karat gold in Nepal is also called 100% pure gold.That means all the 24 parts in the gold are pure gold without any other metals. It is known to be 99.9% pure & has distinct bright yellow color. There is no higher form of gold than 24 karat gold and you should be aware of this before you go to a jeweller who might tell you that they’re offering 25 karat or 26 karat gold. Since 24 karat is the purest form of gold it costs more than 22 carat or 18 carat gold.