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Metal

Every single Bee’s Diamonds’ ring and jewellery masterpiece is hand crafted by our in-house team of experienced artisans and goldsmiths. Our collections are one of a kind and will not be reproduced for a second time.

The following table compares the three metals used in fine jewellery.

 

  18K Gold (750) Platinum (PT950) Titanium
Colour appearance White, Rose, Yellow, Black, Blue, Purple, Orange, etc. White White, Grey, Brown
Composure 75% Yellow Gold and 25% Gold alloys 95% Platinum and 5% Gold alloys 90% Titanium and 10% Gold alloys
Characteristics Highly durable, suitable for refined details, curvy designs with small diamonds Easily scratch-able, ductile and malleable, must be thick to sustain wear and tear Hypoallergenic, lightweight, corrosion-resistant
Weight Light Heavy Extremely light
Suitability Designs with refined designs suitable for petite and medium built women Wearers with skin allergies to unknown gold metals Heavy designs that require light weight metal for comfortable wear
Visual appearance as time passes The original yellowness of 75% yellow gold will resurface Patina, a sheen of greyness will appear over years Coating of colours will come off within months with frequent usage
Replating/Polishing needed as time passes? Yes Yes Not available
Resizing available? Yes Yes No
Cost of replating (subject to change) HK$350 (USD45) HK$500 (USD64) Not available
Value factor Value for money Expensive Highly expensive due to rarity

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