Definitions for "White Gold"
White gold is gold that has been alloyed with a mix of nickel, zinc, copper, tin, and manganese (and sometimes pallladium). White gold was originally developed to imitate platinum during World War II (during this time in the US, platinum was considered a strategic material and its use was prohibited for most non-military applications, like jewelry making). White gold jewelry is sometimes plated with rhodium.
An alloy of yellow gold that has silver, zinc, or platinum as a whitening agent.
Please see our materials page for an explanation of the White Gold our body jewelry is made with.
a name that was used for porcelain, porcelain clays, or for the valuable stoneware clays with low vitrification temperatures and minimal warping and cracking potential.
Keywords:  electrum, alternative, term
Alternative term for electrum.