Characteristics of Gold NecklacesThe Varna Civilization along the Black Sea flourished roughly 7,000 years ago, and archaeologists who discovered their peoples’ graves revealed brilliant gold necklaces whose filigrees and beauty have survived for longer than all our world’s current civilizations. It’s a bit of evidence that shows that people have adored gold necklaces for as long as we’ve had access to gold—and this is a trend we’re pleased to continue here at GMG Jewellers. The colour and shine of gold makes it a lovely material to wear against one’s chest, and some of our favourite designers put together looks that any woman would be pleased to show off!
Popular Collections of Gold Necklaces at GMG JewellersIf you’ve ever taken stock of engagement rings, you’re almost certain to have heard of Hearts On Fire. Their engagement rings are known for featuring “The World’s Most Perfectly Cut Diamond,” making them exude brilliance no matter the setting. Their gold necklaces, whether crafted in timeless yellow gold or romantic rose gold, embrace the same diamond cutting technique with equal gusto: diamonds with a perfect ring of eight hearts on the bottom and a perfectly formed Fireburst on the top that will outshine any other diamond. If the interplay of colour and gold is what sets your heart ablaze, turn to the Simon G. Passion collection. Their use of yellow diamond accents complements the rich emeralds and rubies utilized in these necklaces’ vintage pendants.
Of course, you don’t need a coloured gemstone or diamond to celebrate the beauty of gold in a necklace. Just look at The Ivy Lane collection from Tacori for an example of that. Simple geometric patterns like lozenges are extraordinarily striking when sculpted in 18k rose gold. Alternatively, you can find The Ivy Lane necklaces that are smooth lenticular shapes made from yellow gold—either option is a bold choice for the necklace aficionado. Michael M also works in geometric presentations. As with Simon G., the Michael M gold necklaces tend to feature pave-set diamonds in spades. Their glitter accentuates the circles, convex squares, and other linear shapes that Michael M does so well.