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Precious Metal Guide

These seven precious metals are the primary precious metals that we work with but are not limited to. Precious metals are calculated on how much pure metal per 1000 parts. To create alloys other metals like copper, pure silver and zinc are added in to create each metals unique colour and properties. One of these important properties is that each metal has a specific gravity/density. For example a ring that weighs 10 grams in sterling silver will weigh 11 grams in 9ct gold, 15 grams in 18ct gold or 20 grams in platinum.

 

The image below compares:

  • Sterling Silver (925)
  • 9ct Yellow Gold (375)
  • 9ct White Gold (375)
  • 9ct Rose Gold (375)
  • 18ct White Gold (750)
  • 18ct Yellow Gold (750)
  • Platinum (950)

 

The image below compares:

  • 9ct Yellow Gold (375)
  • 9ct White Gold (375)
  • 9ct Rose Gold (375)

The image below compares:

  • Sterling Silver (925)
  • 9ct White Gold (375)
  • 18ct White Gold (750)
  • Platinum (950)

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