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No-Plating No-Plating No-Plating is when the metal of the jewelry piece has no additional outer coating, and the metal is usually polished to make it shine.
Galvanic Plating Galvanic Plating Galvanic Plating is a process that uses electric currents applied to two opposite poles (negative & positive) in a tank of solution which contains the dissolved material of the coating. The product is attached to the negative pole and powered with a negative charge, while the metal dissolved in the solution is powered with a positive charge. The product then attracts the positive-charged metal in the solution, and thus, creating a thin coating of the desired material.
Vacuum/Ion Plating Vacuum/Ion Plating Vacuum/Ion Plating the product is placed in a vacuum chamber, which is pumped down to the desired vacuum pressure. The chamber is then heated to the target temperature to evaporate the material, which is sprayed onto the product, producing a thin layer of coating.

Color Type

Single Tone Single Tone Single Tone Single tone is when a piece of jewelry has only one type/color of plating.
Two-Tone Two-Tone Two-Tone Two-tone is when a piece of jewelry has two types/colors of plating.
Three-Tone Three-Tone Three-Tone Three-tone is when a piece of jewelry has three types/colors of plating.


Gold Gold Gold A thin coating of galvanic plated or IP gold is deposited on the item. It is mixed with other metals, usually silver or copper, to make it less expensive, harder, and longer lasting. 10k gold is approximately 43.5% pure gold.
Flash Gold Flash Gold Flash Gold is similar to gold coating; the difference being flash gold has a thinner layer of gold than the average gold plating.
Imitation Gold Imitation Gold Imitation Gold is a coating of metal whose color looks like 14k-18k gold. Imitation gold has a tint of red, and appears to have a reddish yellow hue.
Rose Gold Rose Gold Rose Gold gets its rosy tint by mixing copper with gold. The ratio of gold to copper is usually 3:1, but varying percentages can be used as well, the intensity of the color differing according to the ratio of gold and copper.
Flash Rose Gold Flash Rose Gold Flash Rose Gold is similar to rose gold coating; the difference being flash rose gold has a thinner layer of rose gold than the average rose gold plating.
Brown Brown Brown A brown coating gives a piece of jewelry the color of chocolate or coffee brown.
Silver Silver Silver is often coated on a base metal, such as copper, brass, white metal and nickel, to give it a smooth and shiny look. It is considered a great alternative to pure silver jewelry due to its cost efficient attribute.
Rhodium Rhodium Rhodium is a noble metal with a whitish gray appearance, and it is typically applied to metal through electroplating. A thin plating of rhodium is applied over either sterling silver or alloys to give a piece of jewelry a bright, polished and long-lasting finish.
Imitation Rhodium Imitation Rhodium Imitation Rhodium uses a similar-looking material to substitute for rhodium. It makes the piece of jewelry look like it has a rhodium coating.
Black Black Black A black coating uses either ruthenium or TIN cobalt black to give a piece of jewelry a light black or completely black color.
Special Color Special Color Special Color It's a structure using any tools to make leaf marks on the surface of metal. This stripes have the same length and width, as imagined, advanced into the field of design and innovation.