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Platinum

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Platinum
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Platinum is dates back as far as the Egyptians (700BC). It is more precious than gold and is extremely rare. Platinum is a naturally white metal, and It did not gain modern popularity until the mid-18th century. The Spanish named the metal “platina” or little silver making people see it as inferior.

Platinum is often mixed with other metals, but for jewellery to be considered “platinum” is must have a purity level of 95% platinum. 

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Palladium
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Palladium is a white metal and an extremely rare member of the platinum family. Palladium is commonly used in engagement rings is and crisper then platinum. Palladium is often mixed with gold to create a tarnish free metal, along with being hypoallergenic. Palladium is a difficult metal limiting the range of items available made from this metal.

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Rhodium
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Rhodium is a silvery-white metal discovered in 1803 and an extremely rare member of the platinum family. It is the world’s most expensive metal and when sold by weight costs six times more than gold.  Rhodium is used to plate optical instruments and other metals creating a highly reflective and protective surface.