About Metal
  • One of the rarest metals on Earth
  • Tarnish-resistant
  • Jewelry-grade is typically 85-95% platinum and 5-15% other metals; Angara uses 95% platinum
  • Shows little wear and tear, extremely hard and durable
  • Enhances a gemstone’s brilliance
  • The classic symbol of wealth and power
  • Tarnish-resistant
  • Purity is measured in Karats:
    • 24k (100% Gold)
    • 18k (75% Gold)
    • 14k (58.3% Gold)
    • 10k (41.7% Gold)
  • White gold is an alloy of gold and other metals like silver, palladium or nickel
  • Rose gold is an alloy that includes copper
  • Attractive and affordable
  • Will tarnish eventually, but is easily polished
  • Sterling silver is the most common alloy used in jewelry, consisting of 92.5% silver and7.5% copper
  • An affordable option in comparison with gold and platinum
Author : Ankit Daga