Precious Metals

Nothing shines like yellow gold, white gold, or platinum. Over time, precious metals have come to symbolize wealth, power, and strength. Their beauty and physical qualities make precious metals a prized part of any jewelry collection.

When it comes to engagement ring settings and wedding rings, there are several metals to choose from. Each metal has its own characteristics, so personal preference really plays a part when selecting a metal type for your jewelry.

Platinum


Platinum is one of the rarest metals and so it is extremely valuable. The annual worldwide production of platinum is only around 160 tons.

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Yellow Gold


Gold is the absolute oldest of all metals. It doesn't corrode, tarnish or rust, so you can count on it to always stay gorgeous. 

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White Gold


White gold is quickly becoming the most popular style of gold. Often, white gold is purchased in 14 carat jewelry because it looks more similar to platinum.

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Rose Gold


Pure gold is great because it doesn't tarnish, rust or corrode. It is a strong metal, but can still be sculpted into various shapes. Often, in fine jewelry, gold is mixed with other metals to give it more strength and resilience.

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