Is the first question that comes to mind. Most people only know of platinum, white gold, and gold as their wedding ring metal choices. Palladium is the newest white metal being used in the wedding ring industry.
What is the difference between Platinum and Palladium? Platinum and palladium come from the same family of metals, the Platinum Group of Metals.This means both platinum and palladium share many of the same physical properties. This is why palladium looks and acts just like platinum. In fact, palladium is just as rare as platinum because palladium is only found where there are platinum deposits.
This means palladium is actually more rare than gold. There are only a few mines in the world that produce palladium. The only difference is that palladium is about half the weight of platinum. This means that if you have two identical rings, one made of platinum and one made of palladium, the palladium ring is half the weight. The reason palladium costs less is that there has not been as high a demand for it as there is for platinum.This will change in the future as more and more consumers become aware of palladium as a lower-cost alternative to platinum. What is the difference between White Gold and Palladium? Believe it or not, there is no such thing as white gold. It is really just an alloy, meaning a mixture of metals, gold, palladium, nickel, and other metals to make gold less yellow in color. After these metals are mixed together the alloy is still not completely white, so Platinum Group Metal called rhodium is used to plate the ring to make it as white as palladium. Recent technological breakthroughs in metalworking, have allowed jewelry to be made out of almost pure palladium. 14k white gold rings are made of only 55% gold and 18k white gold rings are made of 75% gold. Palladium Wedding Bands are made of 95% pure palladium. The consumer gets more value by purchasing palladium rings because their price is the same as 14k white gold, but the purity level is much higher at 95%. Palladium is stronger and more scratch-resistant than white gold. There is no difference in the coloring of the scratches as there is no plating to be rubbed off creating a difference in color. Very few people know the history of the jewelry Palladium of the 40s and. In the 40s and 45s after the wars, had finished the metal platinum because it used a lot to various artifacts so that those jewelers at that time decided and began to perform tests because they had not platinum and palladium that comes from the same group is also equally hard so that they realized that mixing it with white gold could soften it and quiet malleability and so to be able to make or manufacture these designs wonderful and difficult to do. We can not determine what or the percentage of gold each piece brings or what percentage of PD, but what we do know is that if you do the test for PD it will give positive and if you do the test for gold it will also give positive low content.
So you have a piece with precious metals. The box in the picture is not included. We pack our items in a very safe way so that it arrives intact. The piece will arrive in perfect conditions, we pack our items with triple foam in a sturdy box.
The box is also sealed with a safety plastic belt. Thanks for shopping in Lara Vintage Jewelry. We tend to sell well below the wholesale price. Many of our items are one of a kind, so please enjoy scrolling through the listings and hopefully, something will catch your eye. Please do not get discouraged by the condition pre-owned , this condition does not have the same meaning as it would when describing electronics, appliances, clothing or cars.
This is jewelry, and is made out of precious stones and metals and will never become worn out or obsolete. If you have never bought vintage jewelry before and expect perfect, maybe this is not for you. But if you have bought it before and you've been satisfied I assume you will fall in love with this piece. Want to find out more?
The item "Art Deco Vintage Palladium Natural Pink Ruby 1.00 CT. Diamond Dangle Earrings" is in sale since Sunday, May 16, 2021.
This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\New, Vintage Reproductions\Fine\Earrings". The seller is "vintageantiquejewelry" and is located in Miami, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.