Palladium is a naturally white precious metal and part of the platinum family. Malleable and less dense than platinum, palladium is perfect for jewelry making and is also used in engineering products. All jewelry grade metals are mixed or alloyed with other metals to maximize durability and platinum is mixed with white metals like platinum, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium, or osmium to retain its silvery color.
Modern and edgy, palladium is is one of the rarest metals on earth and is naturally white, though has a perceptible gray tinge. Less traditional than platinum, and crisper than white gold, it adds an alternative feel to engagement rings. Palladium was discovered in 1803 is named after the Pallas asteroid.
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Palladium is a great choice for those that want a an edgy, non traditional look. It’s also one of the very few hypoallergenic metals and engagement ring options for those with metal sensitivity. Because palladium is so dense, it is not a good choice for people who work with their hands or are rough on their jewelry.
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