A gold link chain is a great way to stand out from the crowd. Not to mention, it’s a great accessory for many different kinds of pendants. It’s also a great staple piece of jewelry because it is so simple, allowing it to easily match with things you already own. If you’re on the hunt for the best 14k gold Cuban link chain to give as a gift or to keep for yourself, check out our handy guide to all things gold link chain.
Length: The length can make a difference in how the chain looks when it’s on. A shorter chain will hang more like a choker, while a longer chain will hang closer to your chest. It’s a personal preference about where you like your jewelry.
Solid Gold: An important part of a 14k gold Cuban link chain is the actual gold. However, solid gold comes with a hefty price tag, if the look is enough for you to consider a coated option.
Clasp: The clasp makes it easy to put on and remove at the end of the day. There are lots of different clasp options for anyone looking for an easy way to remove and put on their chain.
Width: The width is again a personal preference about what you like your chain to look like. If you are just wearing the chain, you may want a wider necklace, but if you are pairing it with a pendant something narrower may work.
Metal Weight: This tells you how much the necklace actually weighs. You know that phrase “worth its weight in gold’? Well, that’s what this number tells you, how much of the stuff in in the chain.
Nickel Free: Nickel can rub against the sensitive skin and cause a reaction in many people. This is a common problem and you may not even know you have it until you purchase a piece of jewelry with nickel in it.
So now that you know what to look for in a great Cuban link chain, you’re ready to hit our buying guide. The top and budget picks are our best bets for something that will really wow you on quality and price. We’ve also included eight other awesome gold chains to make sure you find something that truly catches your eye. These chains are great options for anyone looking for something really beautiful.
Article last updated on:
June 4, 2019