- Nov 20, 2007
Yes you have - it's on nearly every piece of white gold jewelry (usually unless it's explicitly stated that the piece is unplated, like coatimundi's ring, for example). The rhodium plating is what makes white gold white, where it naturally has a yellow tinge as compared to white metals like platinum and palladium (and rhodium, for that matter).Date: 4/12/2009 11:31:03 PM
Hmm, so it's possible.
Would it be a very bright white finish (never saw Rhodium that I know of)
well now, that sounds promising.Date: 4/13/2009 5:22:09 PM
Author: Diamond Explorer
The project shouldn''t be too expensive. It would definitely take a few hours work to do well. The piece has to be fully cleaned and polished beforehand for even plating. Add around 50 bucks worth of Rhodium on top of the labor.