RTS Goldsmiths work in the following

24/04/2023 1 By admin

Gold (9ct,14ct and 18ct) White, Yellow and Rose gold




Any of our items listed can be manufactured with these metals.


Cobalt Chromium, Stainless Steel, Titanium (Order only – wedding bands, limitied earrings and pendants)


Pure Gold is a bright yellow precious metal rated in Karats (k). Carats (ct).

The Hardness of Gold

Pure Gold (24k) is soft and rated 2.5 to 3 on the Mohs Hardness scale and therefore it’s rare for it be used in it’s pure form for jewellery.

Gold is alloyed with copper, silver, zinc, nickel, or palladium to produce a harder material for the jewellery trade. 

Typical gold jewellery is usually 9ct gold, 14ct gold, 18k gold and 22ct gold.

In the Alloy process, Yellow, White, Rose and Green Gold can be produced. 

In any of its variations, gold is a popular choice for wedding bands, rings, earrings, bracelets and necklaces due to its stability and longevity.


Platinum is a silver-white, highly dense, and malleable precious metal. 

It’s one of the rarest minerals in the world which may explain the kudos behind musicians receiving a Platinum disc, or getting a Platinum credit card, and has become synonymous with luxury and longevity.


Silver is a precious metal. It’s classified as one of the Metals of Antiquity: metals that humans identified and used in prehistoric times.

The major use of silver, besides being used for coinage throughout world history, was in the manufacture of jewellery and other general-use items. This is still the case today.

Silver is favourable for necklaces, bracelets, cuff links, belt buckles and body jewellery. It is perfect for fine jewellery, accessories and silverware.