GOLD & FINANCE
is driven by founding core values where individual client needs and expectations are realised.
Gold & Finance is privileged to assess the value of your Jewellery in the secondary market.
We are able to make an offer to you in a friendly, secure atmosphere of style, discretion, elegance and professionalism.
SPRING TRENDS 2019
The single-earring fashion trend has given way to a new take on ear ornamentation—“The unbalanced look”. Whether off in colour, asymmetrical in shape or length, beauty is found in the irregularity.
The birthstone of September is most desired in its pure, rich blue colour and is also found in many colours including pink, yellow, green and purple.
In the Middle Ages this gem was believed to protect those close to you from harm and also represented loyalty and trust.
Gold was first used ornamentally as it is malleable and ductile.
One ounce of gold can be stretched to form a wire of 5 micron thickness that would extend nine times the height of Mount Everest.
Gold does not tarnish or fade and due to its rarity and enduring nature the metal is the ideal material for physical currency.
Throughout history, gold’s value has contributed to the shaping and celebration of civilizations.
Although gold is still used as an expression of love and endearment, many Wars have been fought over this precious metal.
If all the gold ever mined was made into one solid cube, it would only measure 20 metres by 20 metres by 20 metres – just over 8,000 cubic metres. That’s one measure of this precious metals’ scarcity.
24 carat gold is relatively soft and easy to break, so lower-purity gold is commonly used in jewellery.