FAQ General

1. What is Rhodium? 

Rhodium is a precious metal that is often used in the jewelry industry as a plating material to give jewelry a bright and shiny finish. The rhodium plating process involves electroplating a thin layer of rhodium onto the surface of the jewelry, creating a highly reflective and durable finish.

2. Does Rhodium fade upon usage?

Rhodium plating on jewelry can wear off over time. It depends on factors such as the frequency of wear, exposure to harsh chemicals or abrasive materials but jewelry can be re-plated with rhodium to restore the bright, reflective finish.

3. Is there anything mixed in 24K Gold?

NO, its the purest form of gold. 

4. What are the Components used to form 22K Gold?

22K gold contains 91.67% gold, 5-6% silver, 2-3% copper, and trace amounts of other metals like zinc.

5. Can jewelry be lifetime investment?

Jewelry can be a lifetime investment, as it holds and increase its value over time.

6. Different types of Gold Karat?

There are 5 types of Gold Karat: 24K, 22K, 18K, 14K and 10K.

7. Do you customize Jewelry?


8. What is the resale value of the jewelry?

The resale value of jewelry can vary depending on a number of factors, including the quality of the materials, the design and craftsmanship of the piece, and current market demand. In general, the resale value of jewelry tends to be lower than the retail price. 

9. Does gold rate changes everyday?

Yes, the price of gold can change every day due to various economic and market factors. The price of gold is determined by supply and demand, as well as economic indicators such as inflation, interest rates, and currency values.

10. Does the weight of gold decreases after regular usage?

The weight of gold does not decreases after regular usage, the appearance of gold jewelry can be affected over time by wear and tear. Proper care and maintenance can help to keep gold jewelry looking its best for many years.

 11. How to clean jewelry at home?

Here are some tips for cleaning gold jewelry at home:

  1. Create a cleaning solution: Mix a few drops of mild dish soap with warm water in a bowl.

  2. Soak the jewelry: Place the gold jewelry in the cleaning solution and let it soak for 15-20 minutes.

  3. Gently clean the jewelry: Use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a soft cloth to gently clean the jewelry. Be sure to pay attention to any crevices or hard-to-reach areas.

  4. Rinse the jewelry: Rinse the jewelry thoroughly with warm water, making sure to remove any soap residue.

  5. Dry the jewelry: Use a soft cloth to gently dry the jewelry. Avoid using a paper towel or any rough or abrasive materials, as these can scratch the surface of the gold.

12. What is White Gold?

White gold is a type of gold alloy that is made by mixing pure gold with other metals, such as silver, palladium, or nickel. The resulting alloy has a silver-white color and is often used in jewelry as a substitute for platinum or silver.

13. What is Rose Gold?  

Rose gold is a type of gold alloy that has a pink or reddish tint. It is made by mixing pure gold with copper and sometimes small amounts of silver. The exact proportion of gold and copper can vary, which can result in a range of shades of rose gold, from subtle pink to a deeper reddish hue.

14. Difference between Karat and Carat? 

Karat refers to the purity of gold, while carat is a unit of weight used for gemstones and pearls.

15. What is better buying gold from Canada or Overseas? 

The best option for buying gold will depend on your individual circumstances and priorities. Buying gold from Canada may be advantageous if you are a resident of Canada, as you may be able to take advantage of any tax incentives or benefits for purchasing gold within Canada. 

Buying gold from overseas can offer a wider range of options and potentially lower prices due to differences in supply and demand and currency exchange rates. However, there is a higher risk of fraud or misrepresentation.

16. What are the benefits of shopping from Royal Dubai Jewellers?

1.  High-Quality Products

2. Guaranteed Purity

3. Excellent Customer Service

4. Competitive Pricing 

5. Post Purchase Support

17. What is the natural color of Gold?

The natural color of gold is yellow. It is a soft, dense, yellow metal that is highly valued for its rarity, beauty, and malleability.

18. What is Enamel (Meenakari)?

Enamel, also known as Meenakari, is a decorative technique used in jewelry-making, particularly in Indian and Middle Eastern jewelry. It involves fusing colored powdered glass to a metal surface, typically gold or silver, to create intricate designs and patterns.

19. What are precious and semi precious stones? 

Precious stones are considered to be the most valuable and rare of all gemstones. The traditional "big four" precious stones are diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires.

On the other hand, semi-precious stones are less valuable than precious stones. Some examples of semi-precious stones include amethyst, citrine, garnet, peridot, topaz, and turquoise, among many others. These stones are often used in less expensive jewelry pieces or as accent stones in more elaborate designs.

20. Is 22K Gold soft? 

22K gold is not as soft as pure gold, it is still relatively soft compared to other common metals used in jewelry making, such as silver or platinum. This means that 22K gold jewelry may be more prone to scratches, dents, and other damage with regular wear. However, with proper care and maintenance, 22K gold jewelry can be a beautiful and long-lasting addition to your collection.