Platinum Wedding Rings
When it comes to choosing the right metal for your wedding ring, Janai Jewellery is a name you can trust. We are experts when it comes to customising wedding rings, including the design such as plain wedding rings, two-tone weddings rings, and even vintage wedding rings. This also goes for the type of metal that will constitute the band of your new wedding ring.
Platinum, for as prestigious as it sounds, is the rarest of all the metals used when it’s time to fashion a new engagement ring, and also the purest. This purity, this eminent material consisting of 95% pure platinum, making platinum the ideal choice for people with sensitive skin or known reactions to other types of metal.
Platinum is also a strong material, and quite malleable, making it the perfect base for delicate jewellery. The aesthetic look of platinum is also desirable, with its natural colour being a silvery white.
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Pure, rare, eternal – these qualities set platinum apart. A favourite of famous jewellery designer Peter Carl Faberge and the metal of choice for “platinum blondes” in Hollywood’s heyday, this precious metal has enjoyed yet another surge in popularity in recent years, particularly among discriminating bridal buyers.
Platinum’s lustre complements the sparkle of diamonds and gems. Its finish can range from a bright polish to a soft matte texture.
Platinum’s strength assures you that your most precious diamonds and gems will be protected and secured. Platinum’s purity makes it hypoallergenic and thus the perfect choice for those with sensitive skin. Platinum’s durability makes it ideal for wearing every day, as it sustains very little metal loss over a lifetime of wear. Some wearers of brightly polished platinum don’t like the “patina” platinum that naturally develops with time, but the shine can be restored with regular repolishing. Others may find platinum’s heaviness doesn’t suit certain styles, such as large earrings.
Platinum is a fantastic precious metal that is used for jeweler of all types. It is a dense, malleable, highly unreactive, precious, silverish-white metal. Its name is derived from the Spanish term platino, meaning “little silver’’ making it a very popular colour for this generation.
Because of such features as the density, it makes it a great metal for use in engagement and wedding bands. Its more dense than white gold making the piece a little heavier and slightly more resistant to everyday wear and tear. Its ability to not wear down as quickly as gold and the fact that it doesn’t need to be plated makes it the perfect metal for an engagement or wedding band.