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Precious metals – Platinum

Precious metals – Platinum

Platinum <p>Platinum is the rarest and therefore the most valuable of the precious metals. Chemically inert and resistant to corrosion, platinum does not tarnish.</p> <p>It takes an extremely high temperature to melt platinum, so most platinum...
Precious metals – Silver

Precious metals – Silver

Silver <p>Silver is relatively inexpensive and is used to make a wide range of jewellery. Sterling silver, which we use at Nicholas Wylde, is 92.5 % pure silver. Silver is the most reflective of the metals and the current fashion for white metals has added to...
Precious metals – Titanium

Precious metals – Titanium

Titanium <p>Titanium is not a noble precious metal like gold, silver and platinum but its popularity as a metal for jewellery has increased in recent years. It is extremely lightweight and hard wearing and is so chemically inert that it is used to make surgical...
Precious metals – Palladium

Precious metals – Palladium

Palladium <p style="text-align: justify;">Palladium is a white metal that is less expensive than platinum and hypoallergenic unlike white gold.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Palladium’s steel-white appearance makes it...
Precious metals – Gold

Precious metals – Gold

Gold <p style="text-align: justify;">Gold has been used for coins, decoration, and jewellery for thousands of years. It is easy to work and resistant to acids and tarnishing.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Gold is available...
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