- Platinum 950
- Platinum 777
- 600 (3)
- White gold 18ct
- White gold 14 ct
- White 9 ct. (2)
- White 8 ct. (1)
- Yellow gold 22ct
- Yellow gold 18ct
- Yellow gold 14 ct
- Yellow 9 ct. (2)
- Yellow 8 ct. (1)
- Red 18ct gold
- Red gold 14ct
- Red 9ct. (2)
- Red 8 ct. (1)
- Roseégold 18ct
- roseégold 14ct
- roseé9ct. (2)
- Roseé 8 ct. (1)
- Signature gold
- Palladium 950
- Palladium 585
- Gold 375
- Gold 585
- AllAll Brands
- eternal touch
- acredo Smart
- 1) Goudhoudend metaal (33,3%)2) Goudhoudend metaal (37,5%)3) Platinahoudend metaal (60%)
Wedding rings in white gold
In addition to the colour, the advantages of the alloy convincing: they do not oxidise or discolour. And the best part: At 123GOLD we have the most beautiful wedding rings made of white gold for you - discover our various collections and look forward to your individual white gold rings.
Rings made of white gold for eternity
It indicates the percentage of fine gold in the total weight. The higher the value, the more fine gold is added to your white gold rings - the higher the purity and thus the colour. To protect the jewellery and make it shine even brighter, it is rhodium-plated, i.e. covered with a fine layer of rhodium. And last but not least, white gold wedding rings are ideal for allergy sufferers as they are nickel free.
Perfectly combinable - infinite possibilities
Discover the numerous ideas of how the surfaces of white gold wedding rings can be designed: matt, polished or hammered. Each of these types of finishes has its own charm. Classic, narrow wedding rings made of white gold are always a safe choice. If you like something extravagant, you should have a look at hammered white gold rings. Here, a special hammer gives the surface a unique structure.Discover surfaces
They are a dream team: wedding rings made of white gold with diamonds. Precious stones sparkle particularly beautifully in their white-grey hues, diamonds rarely come into their own in such a unique way. Whether the diamond is set in a simple and discreet setting or in a strikingly beautiful spot - rings made of white gold with a pure stone are stylish, exclusive and elegant. They also shine in combination with other design options:Discover our diamonds
Design your dream rings in white gold with us
We guarantee you the best service at the best price. Convince yourself of our affordable white gold wedding rings and we promise you: you will love them!
Best quality for the best price - Made in Germany
We guarantee the best quality at the best price and production at the most renowned manufacturers in Germany. Discover your affordable gold wedding rings at the number 1 wedding ring specialist - test our online configurator, be creative and visualise your rings. Give free rein to your freedom and be inspired!
Why wedding rings made of white gold?
White gold or grey gold - the difference is in the rhodium
To create the often desired silvery colour, white gold jewellery is usually rhodium-plated (a thin layer of rhodium, a precious metal from the platinum group, by means of electrolysis). By wearing the jewellery, the rhodium will wear off in time, but can be renewed. In the meantime many customers ask us not to rhodium the jewellery, because they like the natural colour of palladium-white gold (also called grey gold) and it combines very well with other coloured gold (e.g. yellow gold, rose gold or red gold).
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seo_block_03_text = """In order to give the naturally yellow gold a different colour, a white metal must be added to the alloy. In the past, palladium was often used for this purpose, later usually nickel, which has a bright silver colour and gives the ring a nice hardness. Because nickel can cause allergic reactions on the skin by wearing the jewellery, this material is no longer used for jewellery production nowadays. By adding palladium the gold gets a grey colour. Depending on the proportion of palladium, a slight yellow tinge can shine through.