Happy Diwali!

Diwali is the story of how Rama defeated the evil spirit Ravana, and found his true love Sita again. The festival symbolises the spiritual "victory of light over darkness''. Gold is traditionally given, amongst other carefully considered gifts, to show thoughtfulness. The gift of gold is considered to be a symbol of luck, prosperity and abundance, during this time.

May the beauty and festivity of Diwali fill your home with happiness and joy!

22ct Gold Jewellery  

One of the finest selections of 22 Carat Gold Jewellery in the UK, browse our latest items today. With the most competitive pricing on 22ct Gold Jewellery, we are sure to have rings, necklaces, bangles or a classic piece of stunning jewellery to suit your tastes and budget.  With many 22ct gold designs popular with Indian and Asian styles, EST1897 have pieces suited from classic & traditional styles to more modern and contemporary one-off pieces of truly stunning quality. 

What is 22ct Gold? 

22ct gold jewellery consists of 22 parts pure gold and the remainder made up of 2 parts other metals. This type of gold is commonly used in high end jewellery making and often popular in the Indian and Asian markets for the brighter yellow look and purity. In 22 carat gold,  91.67% is pure gold. The remaining 8.33% comprises of alternative metals such as silver, zinc, nickel or other alloys. Mixing with additional metals improve the density of the gold therefore making the jewellery more durable.

Indian Gold 

Its a great belief and now common terminology to associate 22ct Gold jewellery with the term 'Indian Gold'. The term simply implies that the jewellery is to be of the highest gold purity and specification and hallmarked to confirm its quality. The term links back to South Asian countries such as India who have a high demand of the most purest of gold standards of their jewellery, so popular in fact, this marks India and the South Asian markets as the largest buyers and manufactuers of 22 carat gold in the world.  It is no surprise the phrase 'Indian Gold' is now used in common jewellery terminology given the dominance for so long.