Hold a platinum engagement ring in your hands and you will feel it’s weight and silky smooth texture. Dense, durable, and strong, platinum is mixed with other similar elements like palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, iridium, and osmium to obtain jewelry grade workability. In terms of composition, platinum is like all precious metals in that the higher percentage of pure platinum found in a platinum alloy, the higher the value.

A platinum engagement ring is perfect for those with a slick sense of style. Take one look at a platinum diamond ring like The Sara, and you’ll see that the platinum band serves as a perfect backdrop to the fire of a diamond. A classic platinum ring can quickly evolve into a non-traditional engagement ring when used in junction with precious colored gems. Platinum jewelry is striking when matched with the hues in sapphire, ruby, amethyst, and emerald stones. If you’re not convinced, take a peek at The Morgan sapphire and platinum engagement ring or The Wendy champagne diamond and platinum ring.

The natural, rich surface of platinum will never tarnish or corrode. Platinum rings for women with metal allergies can be a godsend because platinum is hypoallergenic. With it’s high durability, platinum is ideal for women who lead active lifestyles. The strength of the metal ensures the utmost protection for any kind of stone as long as its wearer is aware that not all activities are engagement ring friendly (see 3 unexpected times when you shouldn’t wear your engagement ring).


Note: How to Clean Platinum
Routine cleaning and polishing is necessary to maintain the shine and integrity of rose gold. For platinum engagement ring with a high polish, buff with a polishing cloth. Do not use a polishing cloth on matte or brushed jewelry as it will ruin the finish. If your platinum ring setting is holding stones, soak your ring in warm water with non-organic dish soap and gently scrub with a soft cloth or very worn old toothbrush. Fine jewelry should be professionally cleaned every six months. Contact us to schedule a time for yours.