Palladium is the least dense of the metals in the platinum family, so like gold – it can be beaten as thin as a leaf. It shares many of the same chemical properties of platinum; it is naturally hypoallergenic, for the benefit of those with sensitive skin or allergies. Palladium is one of the rarest metals in the world and it is amongst the “Noble Metals" which are named so due to their superior ability to withstand corrosion and oxidation, just like Platinum.
However, Palladium, which is listed on the Periodic Table of elements, is lighter in weight than its sister metal, Platinum. It is also, softer than platinum and more affordable. It can be used as a bleaching within the manufacturing of white gold.
It's best to avoid wearing your palladium jewellery if carrying out any hands-on, heavy work.
Also like platinum, palladium develops a natural patina over time. If it is dented or scratched, the metal simply displaces and can easily be rectified with polishing.
It is perfect in all types of jewellery, and makes an ideal substitute for white gold and platinum. Palladium is a sophisticated, precious metal in its own right and is even more elegant, when set with diamonds or precious gemstones. It has become particularly popular as a cheaper alternative to platinum for wedding bands and is crafted to create stunning engagement rings.
Palladium resembles the lustrous appearance of platinum and has been used as a precious metal since 1939. It has recently seen an upsurge in popularity to become one of our most fashionable metals.
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