Platinum Eternity Ring: Exotic and Extravagant
A platinum eternity ring is trending amongst brides owing to its unbeatable strength and sheen. Another compelling reason is that platinum complements the sparkle of diamonds magnificently making it an exemplary option for eternity rings.
So why not renew your vows than with a stunning platinum eternity ring that is as exquisite as your wedding ring?
Let’s take a look at some fascinating facts about platinum.
- A steely white metal
- The most expensive precious metal
- The most hard wearing and durable of the precious metals
- Platinum is an element with the symbol Pt and atomic number 78
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ABOUT PLATINUM ETERNITY RING
Platinum is the most expensive and hard wearing of the precious metals and a wonderful contemporary steely-white colour. The combination of diamond and platinum in an engagement ring is a wonderful sight and unsurpassed in brilliance which makes platinum eternity ring an irresistible choice for every occasion.
Platinum does not tarnish and its purity means that it will not cause an allergic reaction when in contact with the skin. Platinum’s strength makes it an ideal metal to set the most valuable of stones into and is an ideal choice within which to set a diamond.as seen in diamond platinum eternity ring.
Platinum’s expense is, amongst other things, due to its rarity. Apparently, if you put all the platinum in the world together in an Olympic sized swimming pool the depth wouldn’t even cover your ankles! As platinum is rare, the world’s supply will eventually become exhausted.
Platinum extraction is not environmentally friendly, however it does have many other uses, for example it is of high importance in the medical industry, including use in medical equipment. Platinum’s name is derived from the Spanish word ‘platina’ when it was discovered in South America by the newly arriving Spanish in the 16th century.
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