Ring Metals


Platinum 950 is 95% pure platinum 5% alloys.

  • Platinum is stronger and has a higher density than any other precious metal.
  • Setting diamonds and gemstones is safe and secure.
  • Any scratches (from every day wear and tear) can be easily polished out of the metal.
  • Platinum will always retain its original beauty, brightness and whiteness.
  • Unlike white gold, it requires a minimum of maintenance because there is no need for rhodium plating.
  • It is hypoallergenic, perfect ring metal for those with allergies

Palladium is 95% pure palladium 5% alloys.

  • It is a slightly warmer, grey/white colour compared to other white metals.
  • Palladium is strong, durable and its whiteness will last forever.
  • Like Platinum, it will require very little maintenance as there is no need for rhodium plating.
  • Due to its rich purity, it is hypoallergenic.
  • A great ring metal option for those with sensitive skin.

Platinum 600 is 60% pure platinum 40% alloys.

  • It is a grey/white colour slightly darker than platinum 950.
  • Platinum 600 is one of the strongest precious metals with a Vickers International hardness rating of 230.
  • This means that Platinum 600 is twice as hard as 9ct gold.
  • Platinum 600 requires less maintenance than any other metal due to its hardness and does not require rhodium plating.
  • It is hypoallergenic.

Yellow Gold is available in 10ct (41.7% pure gold), 14ct (57.5% pure gold) and 18ct (75% pure gold).

  • Yellow gold is the natural and therefore traditional colour of gold.
  • It is very good for setting diamonds and gemstones and wears very well.
  • Gold has always been the traditional precious metal.

White Gold is available in 10ct (41.7% pure gold), 14ct (57.5% pure gold) and 18ct (75% pure gold) and is created by mixing fine yellow gold with other precious white metals, such as nickel, silver, platinum or palladium.

  • Adding these metals to yellow gold, not only gives it its white colour, but it creates a stronger and more durable alloy perfect for use in jewelery.
  • Although most people think that white gold is a naturally white metal, it is in fact not. Save
  • White Gold jewelery is often Rhodium Plated.
  • Rhodium itself is a rare, silver to white precious metal, and a member of the platinum family.
  • A thin layer is applied to the metal giving it a bright, white & shiny appearance that resists tarnishing.

Rose Gold is available in 10ct (41.7% pure gold), 14ct (57.5% pure gold) and 18ct (75% pure gold).

  • Rose gold is created by mixing fine yellow gold with other metals such as copper which gives it a pink or red colour.
  • Rose gold is good for setting diamonds and gemstones.
  • It has a warm, traditional look which is often seen in antique jewelery.

Carbon Fiber is a polymer and is sometimes known as graphite fiber.

  • It is a very strong material that is also very lightweight.
  • It is 10 times stronger than steel.
  • It has a natural black appearance similar to wood.
  • It has been become a popular addition to jewelery due to the contrast of colours with precious metals and its durability and hardness.

Titanium is a lightweight dark grey metal.

  • It is very lightweight, has excellent corrosion resistance and high impact toughness.
  • Dora uses grade 2 titanium in the use of their rings.
  • Titanium can be found in meteorites, the moon and some stars.
  • It is the ninth most abundant element of the earths crust.
  • Titanium is also hypoallergenic.

Silver is a white metal similar in appearance to white gold..

  • A soft, lustrous transition ring metal, it exhibits the highest electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, and reflectivity of any metal
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