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Does white gold tarnish?
White gold tarnishes when exposed to chlorine, and since it鈥檚 made of a mixture of palladium and nickel, plus gold. But even with these metal alloys, the piece is plated with rhodium for that nice lustrous white finish. Once the rhodium plating starts to wear out, there will be tarnishing.
Why does my jewelry tarnish?
Therefore, the alloy of metals present may cause the jewelry to tarnish over time. If you do not want to deal with tarnishing, be sure to get 18k or higher quality gold, or go with a white metal like platinum (or opt for rhodium plating).
What metals make jewelry tarnish the fastest?
Base metal: Cheap metals like copper are guaranteed to tarnish 鈥?and fast. Think Claire鈥檚 earrings that are advertised as 鈥済old-tone.鈥?Gold-plated: Thin layer of real gold over a base metal. Gold vermeil: Thick layer of gold (at least 1.5 microns) over sterling silver.
Does rhodium plated gold tarnish?
It is tarnish-resistant but has a slight yellow hue because its made of yellow gold. Rhodium-plated white gold: Most jewelers plate their white gold in rhodium to give it a silvery-white look, which also protects the white gold from the atmosphere.