Wedding rings made of Palladium
The slightly lighter version
All wedding rings can be made in any alloy that CHRISTIAN BAUER offers: white gold, yellow gold, rose gold, platinum and palladium. This is possible because we make all wedding rings individually for the wearer.
A brilliant duet
Palladium is ideal for exquisite stone trimmings and carries the selected precious stones just as securely as its competitors platinum or gold. The interplay of a metal shimmering in the colors of the moon and sparkling diamonds is sought after and desired all over the world.
Be careful when choosing
Like platinum, palladium is an element of the platinum group. It is considered as a very pure metal and impresses with its incomparable properties. Anyone who has never worn a palladium ring should still make sure before buying that the ring will be tolerated. After all, the joy of a beautiful engagement or wedding ring made of palladium should last indefinitely.
The brief past
Palladium was first discovered by William Hyde Wollaston in 1803 and named by him in 1804 after the asteroid Pallas. It was found as part of South American platinum ore and is used today, in addition to the jewelery sector, primarily in catalyst technology and for fuel cells.