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Why platinum engagement rings?

Exclusivity, longevity and high purity are just some of the most important characteristics of platinum. If you have decided on a white engagement ring, platinum is the one for you! Platinum shows no discolouration and is extremely resistant and durable due to its particularly high purity (up to 950/-).

The noblest metal for the question of all questions: Engagement rings made of platinum 950/-

Platinum 950/- is the purest of all precious metals and is perfect for the special event of an engagement. No other material has such a high degree of purity as platinum 950/-. Even fine gold is only 916/-. This makes platinum 950/- one of the most resistant metals to material shifting and ensures the greatest possible resistance and durability of a ring. In addition, platinum deposits are rarer than gold deposits, which makes platinum 950/- a special and extremely valuable precious metal. Platinum 950/- engagement rings are the perfect choice for a special love that is meant to last a lifetime.

PlatinRiver and PlatinGold

Platinum is not only characterised by high quality, but also by its elegant and exclusive colour The acredo brand specialises in exclusive platinum alloys and offers you PlatinRiver, currently the whitest, and PlatinGold, the most precious of all platinum alloys. RiverPlatin has a yellow index of 7.0, while PlatinGold contains 18 parts gold in addition to the 950 parts platinum. Nowhere else will you find a larger selection of platinum alloys than at 123GOLD!