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    I'm surprised how many have said white gold, I always thought I was weird preferring it over yellow...

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    I prefer white gold or platinum. Silver jewelleries change colour after i wear them for a while, don't know why. Yellow gold look hideous with my skin tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    White gold I always find jewellers dnt have a large enough selection of it.
    I asked dh that and he said, because its even more expensive than yellow, they are careful to make sure before they spend the money, that the item will be liked and sold

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    I prefer anything silver in colour - I never really 'got' the point of white gold, why not just wear silver? But I guess not everyone can wear just normal silver.

    Not a fan of yellow gold. Never have been.

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    White gold or silver. Mostly white gold except for Tiffany items in silver.

    Hugs bunny...white gold because they don't set precious stones such as diamonds in silver. ;-)

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