NEW PALLADIUM 950 WEDDING BAND HEAVY D SHAPE,
D WEDDING RINGS ARE CURVED ON THE OUTSIDE & FLAT ON THE INSIDE
PRESENTED IN A BEAUTIFUL RING BOX
As far back as we remember,from the days when primitives strung bones together and displayed them around their necks,jewellery design is a process of discovery and imagination. Ask any innovative jewellery designer to create and they will begin by checking for the availability of new and exciting medium. So when new men's bridal jewellery styles began to appear in lower value metals,like Titanium and Tungsten Steel,some in the jewellery industry embraced them as a lower cost alternative to Platinum. One problem with that viewpoint is that Platinum is precious,pure,and rare. These alternative metals are not. So,in effect,it's like comparing an apple to a pear. In fact,the intrinsic value (actual scrap market value) of a Titanium or Tungsten ring is negligible. So,applying simple rules of economy,even though it is much more expensive,Platinum offers better value for the consumer. What happens when Platinum is not an option? The alternative might very well be a relative to Platinum itself. Palladium is a white metal that lives in the family of Platinum group metals,in other words,it is mined in some of the same places as Platinum and shares similar scientific qualities with the other metals in this group.Palladium makes great jewellery. It stays white,is durable,and as time goes on,new jewelry applications for this metal are inevitable. Yet,the most exciting thing about Palladium is that it is precious and pure,so you can make an apple to apple comparison of it's relation to Platinum. So,when you are choosing your wedding bands,you want white metal,and you have ruled out Platinum,you may want to jump on the Palladium wedding band wagon.