I like gold, but I actually prefer the look of silver. That's why white gold is my favourite type, followed by rose, then the tradition yellow. I don't wear jewellery much these days but from the time when I did, I have several necklaces, bracelets and rings by Uri Geller. I also have old gold - the matte faded look - from my grandmother's jewellery collection.
I love gold jewellery and most of mine is made of yellow gold.
I had about 6 gold bracelets and had 4 melted down and had one designed and it is fabulous.
My uncle in Europe many years ago was a jeweller and eventually I inherited his wife's jewellery which included gold and a beautiful large, excellent quality diamond which I put with my engagements diamonds and had one spectacular ring made set in yellow gold.
Bugger - wrote long note and then it disappeared! ho hum.
Well I like both gold and silver and my 'artistic' nature lends me to know which to wear with what eg I like silver with blue and think silver looks stunning with black, but I do wear both with black on occasions. 'Understated' is my mantra....I think too much jewellery on someone either looks 'tacky' or makes me think they are a bit insecure and have to try and impress by overdoing it. Just my 'very perceptive' opinion...!.
Love gold jewellery, it is timeless and never loses its value. It has a warm and precious look. I have 10 rings a necklace and a braclet that I wear all the time, plus others to choose from for a special occasion. My jewellery ranges from 9-14ct and not all are solid gold so values vary.
Yes, I love gold. I have about 10 gold rings, I very thin gold necklace, & 3 gold bracelets. The bracelets stay on my left arm, 24/7 unless I'm going through the airport, then t have to remove 2 of them. Our 2 daughters have only ever liked silver, but they hardly wear any. They'll have to sell my gold when I die! I hope they remember to have my gold rings sawn off my fingers, before they cremate me.
I was taught you wear yellow gold with olive skin and white gold or silver with fair skin. I've so much jewellery I can't even remember what I have in my jewellery boxes. I've told my girls we will sit down one day and I will bring everything out that I have and they can choose what they want, some they can take with them, others will be written down as to who gets what on my death. I've already earmarked jewellery for granddaughters and great granddaughters so they inherit on their 16th birthdays.