A diamond tennis necklace is not a low cost piece of jewelry. As diamond tennis necklaces have diamonds all the way around the neck, they usually start at 5 carats and go up to 25 carats total diamond weight, and generally cost from $5000 up to $250,000.
Subsequently, do white gold chains break easily?
Hollow white gold chains are remarkably light and are also cheap. However, keep in mind that such necklaces are also easier to damage as they are less robust than solid pieces. It is not hard to dent or even break a hollow chain, so if you buy one, you should be very careful when wearing it.
Keeping this in consideration, are tennis chains unisex?
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Is white gold real?
White gold was originally developed to imitate platinum (a naturally white metal). White gold is usually an alloy containing about 75% gold and about 25% nickel and zinc. If stamped 18 karat, it would be 75% pure gold.
Most of the jewelry you’ll find in their online jewelry store or Diamond District location is solid 10k,14k, or 18k gold, but they also sell lower-priced gold-plated and gold vermeil pieces as well. Avianne deserves its reputation for high-quality gold chains—I’ve never seen such an extensive collection.
Solid gold chains are the most expensive option, but they are also the strongest and most durable. Hollow chains are less expensive, but there is a potential problem with them: These chains are easy to break or dent, and if that happens, they are difficult to repair.
“You can potentially damage your jewelry by constantly wearing it, but there are no major health risks to wearing jewelry every day, which includes sleeping and showering,” she says (unless you’re wearing costume jewelry, but we’ll get to that later).
Real gold (10k and up) is much more durable, and it’s a better choice for everyday wear. In addition, gold-plated chains don’t have much of a resale value. With real gold you can always sell it for at least its scrap value. This makes it both a stylish piece of jewelry, and an investment that can go up in value.