Platinum is more ductile than gold, silver or copper, thus being the most ductile of pure metals, but it is less malleable than gold. The metal has excellent resistance to corrosion, is stable at high temperatures and has stable electrical properties. Gold and Platinum are the two most commonly used metals for engagement and wedding rings. Both metals are unique, yet similar in several ways. Let’s look at how gold and platinum compare in appearance, cost, durability, and comfort.
“ Platinum is one of a Kind”
Platinum is naturally white, so it will not cast any colour onto a diamond. Since it is 95% pure, Platinum will never fade, just like the bond you share with your loved one.Platinum being 30 times more rare than gold, is an exclusive possession.
“Platinum is a rare metal”
Its rareness makes it ideal to symbolise your most special & precious bonds of love, the one you only share with your close ones.A truly celestial metal, Platinum was found on Earth after a meteorite crash over 2 billion years ago.Platinum is 30 times more rare than gold and an ideal expression of rare love.