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Materials & Finishes

A breakdown of the precious and materials and finishes available for our wedding bands.

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The Materials

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18K (750) White Gold

Composition

75% fine gold
16% palladium
9% mainly copper 

Material

The warm brilliant white colour in White Gold is achieved by a careful choice of the alloying metals, which bleach the deep yellow of pure gold.

The overall amount of gold within the composition remains the same for White Gold as it is for Yellow or Rose.

Colour

Warm, brilliant white.

Hardness

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Wearability

As there is no nickel in our White Gold alloy, it is hypo-allergenic.

Gold is generally impervious to tarnish.

Popular for its neutral colour, making it easy to match with most styles and outfits. 

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18K (750) Yellow Gold

Composition

75% Fine Gold
25% mainly Silver and Copper

Material

Gold is precious and enduring element found naturally in a distinct yellow colour. 

The vibrant yellow hue of gold is maintained, whilst a mixture of silver and copper alloys strengthen the metal.

The overall amount of gold within the composition remains the same for Yellow Gold as it is for White or Rose.

Colour

Vibrant, warm yellow

Hardness

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Wearability

As there is no nickel in our Yellow Gold alloy, it is hypo-allergenic.

Gold is generally impervious to tarnish.

The yellow colour is loved for its classic allure.

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18K (750) Rose Gold

Composition

75% Fine Gold
25% mainly Silver and Copper

Material

Also known as Pink Gold or Red Gold

The beautiful pink hue of Rose Gold is created by the copper in the composition of the metal.

The overall amount of gold within the composition remains the same for Rose Gold as it is for Yellow or White.

Colour

Warm, blushing pink

Hardness

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Wearability

As there is no nickel in our Rose Gold alloy, it is hypo-allergenic.

Gold is generally impervious to tarnish.

The blushing pink is flattering to most skin tones.

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Platinum 950

Composition

95% Pure Platinum
5% Tungsten

Material

Platinum 950 is a naturally white metal. It does not need to be alloyed for colour. It is also a high density precious metal and is one of the heaviest metals used to make wedding bands. Platinum 950 is beautifully weighted, 50% heavier than similar pieces in gold. 

Four times stronger than gold, Platinum is renowned for its hard-wearing properties, resistance to damage and wear.

It is also significantly more difficult to manipulate as compared to Gold. Combined with its rarity, this results in Platinum’s higher price.

Colour

Cool Grey-White

Hardness

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Wearability

Hypo-allergenic properties make it ideal for sensitive skin.

The metal is highly resistant to tarnish.

Platinum’s natural white sheen will never fade or change colour.

Though it is the strongest of metals, platinum can incur a scratch and develop a patina of wear. The patina is considered by many to be a unique and often desirable attribute. However, it's reflective lustre can easily be revived by merely buffing it with a soft cloth.

The Finishes

 
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High Polish

A reflective and luscious high gloss finish

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Sand Matte Finish

An even and fine-grained structure that gives a sultry matte finish

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Silk Matte Finish (lengthwise)

A silky, shimmering finish that goes lengthwise along the length of the ring

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Ice Matte Finish

A distinctive matte finish with an irregular line structure

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Silk Matte Finish (crosswise)

A silky, shimmering finish that goes crosswise across the width of the ring

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Hammered Finish

A rugged matte finish with honeycombed structure; available in a large or small honeycomb.