11 Aug Metal Choices for an Engagement Ring
The options at an engagement ring store do not end with diamond cut, carat weight, and clarity. There are mounting styles and metal types for you to consider as well. Since ancient times, people have preferred using one of two precious metals when fashioning a piece that will unite them with their significant other; platinum and gold.
An element on the periodic table (Pt), platinum, is a treasured precious metal that resists tarnishing, and that is equally workable and durable. Those factors make it a popular choice for engagement rings and wedding bands. Platinum can be crafted into a variety of band styles and sizes, and will stunningly accent any diamond cut, providing limitless opportunities for customization. Many of the world’s most renowned diamonds are set in this precious metal, and it is an excellent option for couples moving onto the next chapter (LiveScience).
Another element on the periodic table is gold (Au) that, according to a LiveScience article, has been used in the jewelry making process since 4000 B.C. That is due to the metal’s malleability and durability. The beauty of gold is that there are several color options aside from the customary yellow, including white and rose, all of which are incredibly alluring. In an engagement ring store, like Cornelis Hollander, you will notice the term karat (K) used to characterize the amount of pure gold in the band with 24K denoting the most absolute.
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“Facts About Platinum.” LiveScience.
“Facts About Gold.” LiveScience.