Two-Toned 18K White/Yellow/Rose Gold

The bespoke ring designs at ORRO incorporate two or three toned gold colors in a single jewelry piece. This provides an exquisite visual appearance providing contrast, emphasizing the brilliance of the gems set on it. At ORRO, we have two different types of Two-Toned 18K white/yellow/rose gold.
Solid Two-Toned 18K Gold

This is created when a single jewelry piece is casted in two or more pieces, each in different 18K gold colors – white gold, yellow gold or rose gold. The pieces are skilfully welded together to form one defining piece of art by our craftsmen.

Solid Two-Toned 18K Gold will retain its color forever as the base color of the material is as what you see.
Plated Two-Toned 18K Gold

This is created when a jewelry piece is casted in a single toned color – Either full 18K white gold, 18K rose gold or 18K yellow gold. Thereafter, when the crafting of the jewelry piece is completed, it is partially and artificially plated with a different color as compared to its base color to create a distinctive two-tone contrast color visually similar to a Solid-Two Toned 18K gold piece.
This method is used only when the design does not allow for it to be crafted as a solid two-toned gold . For example, an 18K White Gold ring may have certain parts of the ring plated in Rose Gold to give a two-toned effect.

The base color of a plated Two-Toned 18K gold jewelry is the same throughout the entire piece. Any secondary colors are plated on the surface. Therefore, through daily wear and as the jewelry gets into contact with the skin and other surfaces the external plating may wear off over time revealing its base color.
Two-Toned Platinum Vermeil

This is created when a Platinum Vermeil jewelry piece is partially and artificially plated with either a rose gold or yellow color to create a distinctive two-tone contrast color. This provides an exquisite visual appearance providing contrast, emphasizing the brilliance of the gems set on it.

The base material and color of a plated Two-Toned platinum vermeil jewelry is sterling silver. Any secondary colors are plated on the surface. Therefore, through daily wear and as the jewelry gets into contact with the skin and other surfaces the external plating may wear off overtime revealing its silver base color.