Palladium is a precious metal that is part of the platinum family. As a precious metal, it is covered by International Standard ISO 9202.
Palladium is a popular choice for rings – particularly for men’s wedding bands. This is because it offers exceptional value for money. Palladium rings are typically less than half the price of an identical design made from platinum.
Palladium rings stay white and will not tarnish or fade to yellow – as does 9ct white gold and to a lesser extent 18ct white gold rings.
From a durability perspective, palladium is harder wearing than platinum.
All Bliss Rings palladium wedding rings come with hallmarks – even though this is not compulsory in Great Britain until 1st January 2010.
Our palladium wedding bands are typically priced between 9ct white gold and 18ct white gold – making them a fantastic option for people looking for a white gold coloured ring.
Most Bliss Rings designs can be made in palladium – so book your appointment today to try on more than 220 gorgeous rings in the comfort of your own home!