You're going to get a lot of answers on the board. There is no fix.
14k gold is 42% alloys and like apple pie, everyone's mixture is a
little different. That's why other 14kt doesn't bother her. You might
have more copper in your mixture than others.
I typed in 14kt yellow gold alloys in Google. Here's what I got
Notice the difference. The lady turns colors because one of the
alloys (or two much of it) reacts with her:
- Medication she takes
- Vitamins she takes
- Hand cream
- Other body chemistry.
There is no fix. You can paint the inside of her ring with finger
nail polish, what a fine solution to "fine jewelry".
If the ring turns only the ring FINGER color, we'd in our store size
the ring larger and make a 18kt yellow gold sleeve, insert it into
the ring and weld it in. 18kt yellow gold is 75% pure and 99% of the
time NEVER turns fingers color.
We've stripped rings, refinished, etc. Nothing fixes. The only thing
that has fixed some customers is getting them to change their hand
creames and colognes.
If you ask around, some women have this problem only in seasons, as
they change their creams in winter and summer.
Men hardly ever have this problem, we don't wear hand creams.
Now convince a woman it's her fault and to change her cream!
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