Platinum is an important precious metal with both industrial and decorative uses. It has an interesting history that combines advances in industrial production as well as jewellery manufacture.
One of the strongest precious metals used to make jewellery, platinum allowed for finer, more intricate designs to be produced that would hold precious stones securely. It was immediately popular when it was introduced, but when world war broke out, it was confined to industrial production only. White gold was introduced as a substitute, and has been used ever since to imitate the cool grey hue of platinum.
If you are not sure whether your jewellery is white gold or platinum, we can help you identify what the metal is, and the exact amount of precious metal you have using our state-of-the-art testing equipment. All testing is done right in front of you, so you can see the results as we do.
Our aim is to help you realise the potential of your unwanted precious metals. Bring your pieces in today and walk away with cash.