Revisiting the trends in metal jewelry celebrated through generations
Zinc and copper are combined to give a breathtaking golden hue to brass. Free from corrosion, it is an affordable catch against silver or gold but may cause skin irritation to a few.
Best known for its orange-red color and malleability, jewelry made of copper can be engraved with some aesthetic patterns. It can be worn for a long time and offers easy maintenance.
Without worrying about it being worn out, gold can be cherished for generations for its super-expensive value. It is hypoallergenic in yellow gold form but alloyed versions may feel sensitive to some.
While fine silver jewelry is very low on durability, sterling silver offers a bright sheen but tarnishes easily. Another variety is argentium silver which is easier to take care of.
Highly scratch-resistant and hypoallergenic, tungsten possesses a beautiful gray gun-metal color that can still be plated into different shades. It is pocket friendly but less durable than gold and silver.
Hypoallergenic and corrosion-free platinum is one of the best white metals to adore. Though expensive and heavy to carry, it does not wear with time and hence fit to be worn every day.
Rust and heat-resistant titanium can be anodized to display a spectrum of colors with a matte finish. It is difficult to resize but lightweight to wear every day.
Similar but better alternative to white gold, this rust-free metal is highly durable, lightweight, and affordable, making it best for carving out jewelry you love to wear every day.
This pocket-friendly metal is hypoallergenic, lightweight, and easy to clean, but at the same time difficult to be readjusted or resized once molded.
This heat-resistant, corrosion-free, lightweight, and durable metal is best for making an engagement ring or wedding band since it's cheaper, lustrous, and easy to clean.