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14k & 18k Solid Gold Jewellery

Discover our range of solid yellow gold jewellery, with a minimum of 18ct gold for beautiful shine and durability.

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What is solid yellow gold?

Solid gold jewellery is a piece of jewellery that is made entirely of gold – inside and out. It is the most expensive and durable amongst the other types of fine gold jewellery.

Is solid yellow gold real gold?

Solid yellow gold is real gold, and it comes in different weights including 8k, 14k and 18k. At Camile and Stone, we stock 18k solid gold, and the higher the carat, the better the quality.

Does solid yellow gold fade or tarnish?

Solid yellow gold will last you a lifetime. It will never tarnish or rust against water, sweat, and high humidity. You can also shower in solid yellow gold without worrying.

Crystals and gemstones have been used for ages by ancient societies like the Egyptians for their medicinal abilities and by jewellers today in watches, rings, and other bling.

Birthstones are the gemstones associated with each of the Zodiac signs. Because each star sign approximately correlates to a month, the crystal or gemstone with the greatest matching energy is known to help in the particular sign's healing, self-awareness, elimination of obstacles and imbalances, and self-development.

If you are unfamiliar with how birthstones and crystals operate, let me explain shortly! Birthstones, like all Crystals, are aware beings that generate subtle energy. Birthstones, like people, have an electromagnetic energy field.

Crystals have existed for thousands of years, produced straight from the energies of the ground and Mother Earth. They begin as a microcrystalline collective, and the micro crystal structures expand to become the bigger crystals we see today.

Larger crystals not created from microcrystalline layers are generated on the earth's surface from hot laver, commonly known as pegmatite.