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Look various material rings before investing your money

There are many women who love to collect various jewelries of various designs so that they can wear them on special occasions. Most of the women like to buy some beautiful rings which are made up of various kinds of metals. If you want to pair your desirable dress with amazing accessories then rings are considered as one of the best solutions for you to add some uniqueness to your appearance. Rings also come in various shapes and sizes thus you can buy your desirable design of the ring which fits in your budget.

Various materials used for making rings

Silver – silver is one of the best materials which is used for making silver rings for women. Only 92.5 % silver and 7.5 % copper is used for making some unique designs of rings. Silver is considered as the best material because it is durable and long lasting material for making rings.  It is also light weighted so you can wear silver rings with great ease.

Gold –there are some other kinds of materials like silver, copper, zinc and nickel used with gold for making beautiful rings. Gold is measured in carats thus you can easily find whether the material is original or not. It is a durable material so you should always check the material before investing your money. There are some varieties of gold like yellow, white, rose, green, etc. available in the market and used to design rings for women.

Platinum – it is a rare and expensive metal which is widely used for making rings. Due to its durability, one can easily justify his or her investment. As you know pure platinum melts on 3,216.2 degree Fahrenheit so, it is the best material for making wedding rings. Copper and cobalt are used for alloyed platinum material in the process of ring making.

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