Rhodium plating adds a very thin layer of rhodium to a precious metal creating a very shiny ultra-white color and increasing durability, light and luster.
You deserve the best! And that means jewelry that shines, with clear, live color. One way to get that is by touching up any sort of jewelry with a process called rhodium plating. Girl, you’re here because you want to learn more, so let’s not waste time. Here are 10 things you (and tell all your friends) need to know about rhodium plating!
I bet you’ve been jewelry shopping and suddenly saw some code on a bracelet or a necklace. Maybe 228 or 925. Does this mean you’re being followed by MI-5? Or that you have a Bingo? Is there a secret 925 jewelry code?
Well, these are actually called a hallmark. It’s any little number code etched into a piece of metal used for fashion jewelry. The whole thing comes from an old English tradition of metal smiths having to take their wares into a board that certified their quality. The board would then stamp a hallmark on them.