For shoppers seeking white metal in their engagement rings and wedding bands, many jewelers will tell you that platinum is the way to go. It’s strong, with an enduring color, and it really helps those diamonds shine.
There’s no mistaking the feeling of platinum in your hand. That gorgeous weightiness feels substantial, powerful, secure.
So what could be more luxurious than platinum? The answer could only be this: more platinum.
The thirst for yellow gold in both the fashion and wedding jewelry markets has in no way been quenched. But some of the most popular styles in gold—the gypsy-style ring, the bombé ring, the cigar band, and other thick, chunky styles—are making appearances in platinum. And what a showing it is.
For consumers who want their wedding rings in platinum but are worried about their investments in all yellow gold fashion jewelry, two-tone styles are making a comeback. One might even argue these engagement rings could pair beautifully with silky yellow gold bands. But whether a customer opts for all platinum or a combination of metals, pieces like these will be the star for all styles.
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