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Palladium is a white precious metal and part of the platinum group of metals, popular for its natural white colour which does not tarnish or require re-plating. It's affordable in comparison to Platinum, and is a great low maintenance, durable metal.
Titanium is incredibly strong, light weight and durable in comparison to other metals, such as gold. Another fantastic attribute of titanium is that it is hypo-allergenic, making it perfect for those with sensitivities to wearing jewellery.
White gold jewellery uses pure gold alloyed with other white metals such as palladium and silver, to produce a beautiful polish and shine. White gold rings are plated with rhodium to give its brilliant white lustre. Rhodium plating is hypoallergenic and helps to protect the white gold.
Silver is one of the longest standing precious metals used in making jewellery. It is popular as it is very malleable and one of the most inexpensive precious metals. It is important to note however that silver will tarnish and scratch more easily than other metals.
Zirconium is very similar to titanium in strength and weight. Zirconium is a grey/white lustrous metal with all the same hypoallergenic qualities as Titanium and when it is heat treated, it forms a deep silky black oxide coating that is scratch resistant, known as Black Zirconium.
Court profile is the most traditional shape as well as being our most popular. The rounded inside and out means that it will sit comfortably as it beds into the finger.
D-Shape is another very traditional option, popular with both men and woman. Flat on the inside and round on the outside providing a comfortable shape which sits close to the finger and is less likely to snag, while still appearing substantial on the finger.
The double comfort profile was designed by our in-house jewellers specifically for ultimate comfort; an unobtrusive design with a contemporary style; this has become one of our best sellers.
The flat profile is exactly how it sounds; flat on all surfaces, inside and out! The result is a chunky style with a nice heavy feel.
Similar to the flat profile, however has a curved inner edge for a comfortable fit. The flat-court still attains the look of the flat profile when on the finger, but much easier to wear if you are not used to wearing rings.
A flat-sided court wedding ring is rounded on the inside and outside like the traditional court, however has flat sides and a less domed profile. This means that they appear a bit deeper when on the finger, and also weigh a little more than the traditional court wedding ring. We have found that the flat-sided court is a popular choice to sit alongside most engagement rings.