Precious Metals

Our significant other is the one we love most of all the relationships we develop throughout our lives. It is appropriate that we use a ring as a sign of our affection. Rings have traditionally been made from a variety of materials throughout history, but as our country’s economic wealth has grown, we have chosen to use the most priceless metals and materials. The precious metals in your engagement ring are also natural miracles, just like diamonds. Also, today’s bride has more options than ever before to personalise a ring to fit her preferences. Your ring will undoubtedly be a highly unique representation of your personality given the variety of precious metals available. The extensive selection of engagement rings includes some of the most popular precious metal options. Before making your choice, find out more about them.

White Gold Engagement Rings

A white gold engagement ring is a type of engagement ring made from a mixture of pure gold and other metals such as silver, palladium or zinc, which create a silver-colored alloy. The gold used by Bon Gioielli is 18 carats.

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Rose Gold Engagement Rings

A rose gold engagement ring is a type of engagement ring made from a gold alloy that has a pinkish or reddish tint. It is a popular choice for engagement rings because it has a romantic and unique look. It is created by adding copper to gold, which gives it its distinctive color. The amount of copper added can vary, which can affect the intensity of the pink or red hue.

Yellow Gold Engagement Rings

A yellow gold engagement ring is a type of engagement ring made of yellow gold, a gold alloy that is mixed with copper and silver. Yellow gold is the most traditional and classic choice for engagement rings and has been used for centuries. It is prized for its warm, rich color and durability, making it a popular choice for engagement rings. It is also hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for people with sensitive skin.

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