Basic facts to help you understand and choose the right one.

Diamond Education

SoulmateRings.com offers you the freedom to choose a ring body metal material, either: Gold, Platinum, Palladium or Silver. Here are brief explanation about each. 

Gold

Gold is gold, and from the naked eye, we see it as a of success and luxury. Pure gold is a soft metal that tends to bend and scratch very easily. This makes pure gold quite impractical for daily wear naturally. For jewellery making, the gold will usually be mixed with metals such as silver, palladium, platinum, and nickel to make it sturdier. There are several type being used in Jewellery making, as in following:

Karat

Gold Content (Degree of purity)

24K

99.95++ %

22K

91.6%

21K

87.5%

20K

83.3%

18K

75.0%

15K

62.5%

14K

58.5%

10K

41.7%

 

SoulmateRings.com wedding rings uses 18K gold (75% purity), the best choice for anyone looking for the perfect balance in durability, price, and look.

Should you feel the need to alter the purity content, feel free to contact us  to check its feasibility.

Available in 3 colors: Yellow gold, White gold, and Rose gold.

Platinum

Platinum is sturdy white metal, hypoallergenic by nature thus considered better option for health reason. Platinum is more dense than palladium. Some people love the heavier weight platinum rings, but some find the lightness of palladium rings to be more comfortable (palladium rings are slightly lighter than 14k gold rings). It’s really personal preference. Overtime, when Platinum rings get scratched, the metal move from one part of a ring to another which results in matte-finish appearance, also known as Patina. Each individual will create its own signature Patina. This is different than white gold rings because when white gold is scratched, the metal actually comes off of the ring and overtime the ring develops a scratched surface instead of a patina. If you don’t like the look of the patina, you can always have the ring re-polished which will bring it back to its original shiny state. Kindly refer to our After Sales Service for further information.

 

Palladium

Palladium is a harder metal than platinum, which means a palladium ring is harder to scratch compared to a platinum ring. Although it is harder metal, it is less dense. Final product always weigh lesser than Platinum. Palladium is considered a modern metal in the jewellery world, and without the right equipment can be tricky or impossible to work with. For this reason, many jewellers don’t feel confident in creating, maintaining, resizing or buyback jewellery made of palladium.

Overtime, when Palladium rings get scratched, the metal move from one part of a ring to another which results in matte-finish appearance, also known as Patina. Each individual will create its own signature Patina. This is different than white gold rings because when white gold is scratched, the metal actually comes off of the ring and overtime the ring develops a scratched surface instead of a patina. If you don’t like the look of the patina, you can always have the ring re-polished which will bring it back to its original shiny state. Kindly refer to our After Sales Service page for further information.

At SoulmateRings.com, several Palladium options are available to choose from. Feel free to Contact us for further information.

 

Silver

Silver holds a vintage and unique value to its bearer. Used initially for currency and intricate jewelry, silver has historically been a signifier of wealth and status, similar to Gold. Pure silver is an incredibly soft metal, and although it’s beautiful, it isn’t practical for often worn piece. To be functional, silver’s malleability needed to be strengthened with another, stronger metal. Sterling silver is made almost completely from pure silver. Exactly 92.5 percent of the alloy must be silver, and the remaining 7.5 percent comes from other metals, most commonly copper. This slight addition of another metal gives silver strength and durability without affecting its gorgeous, white-gray appearance. Although sterling silver is mixed with other metals, it looks the same as lustrous fine silver, which is part of the reason that copper is the most popular metal to mix with silver. Copper gives the alloy maximum durability without affecting its stunning tone. Tarnishing is a chemical reaction that gradually darkens and dulls metals. Exposure to sulfur in air and water creates a coating of tarnish on the surface of the metal, resulting in a loss of brightness and shine. While sterling silver is more functional than pure silver, it requires a little more care to stay in pristine condition.

If your beautiful sterling silver piece begins to show signs of tarnishing, don’t worry — sterling silver is easy to clean and it is free service at our store.

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