Like diamonds, the precious metals used to make your engagement rings and wedding bands are also natural wonders. Today's bride has more choices than ever before to customize a ring to suit her taste. With so many precious metals to choose from, your ring is bound to be a very personal expression of your individuality.
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The perennially popoular yellow gold creates a rich warm glow next to all diamonds. Yellow gold enjoys the longest history of all the precious metals. Yellow gold's soft natural beauty lends an elegant appeal to any jewelry item. Pure gold is alloyed with other warm color metals like copper for instance, to create yellow karat gold and to give it strength.
The fashionable pinkish-toned rose gold is gaining in popularity with stylish designer jewelry today. Its feminine appeal is a beautiful choice for many modern jewelry items. It may seem like it has just arrived, but actually this metal was in vogue decades ago and has made a welcome come-back now. it is lovely paired to diamonds and also colored gemstones.
A metal with a lot of heft, platinum is the metal of choice for royalty. It is a silvery-white precious metal first discovered in the 17th century and made popular by European royalty who had their diamonds rings set in platinum during the Art Deco period. The supply of platinum is extremely limited making this a more expensive selection