Wedding Ring Tips
Wedding rings are a constant symbol of your love for one another, so it’s no wonder you want to get it exactly right.
When choosing your wedding rings, platinum or white gold are generally the obvious choices. A lesser-known precious metal called palladium seems to be gaining popularity.
With over three quarters of the world’s palladium produced in Russia and South Africa, it is a scarce metal and is proving more and more popular in the engagement and wedding ring market. Weighing around 50% less than platinum, it is a far more cost effective solution whilst maintaining a white finish.
The metal is also hypoallergenic and nickel free, making it perfect for those with allergic reactions or sensitive skin.
Palladium cost considerably less than both 18 carat gold and platinum, whilst keeping in the same quality range. With prices starting from just £325 including insured delivery, it’s only a matter of time before palladium becomes a household name.