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About the Jewelry
 
From affordable brass to precious platinum, you'll find jewelry in every metal you can imagine. Each of these materials has advantages and disadvantages, and it helps to understand a bit about the metals in jewelry before you make your next purchase.
 

Whether you're investing in fine jewelry or purchasing some costume pieces to keep up with this year's trends, you'll encounter one or more of these metals. Knowing what you're buying is important, especially if you have metal allergies or other unique needs.

Aluminum

Some costume jewelry and artisan pieces contain aluminum, either on its own or in combination with other metals. It is silver-colored and has an attractive sheen. With anodizing technology, it can be colored in bright, pretty shades.

Because of its unique properties, aluminum has several advantages when it comes to jewelry:

  • According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), aluminum is very malleable, so artisans can form it into gorgeous shapes. It is often used for cuff bracelets, elaborate bib necklaces, delicate earrings, and more.
  • Compared to many other options, aluminum is affordable. According to the USGS, it is the second most common metal on the planet.
  • This metal is stable and does not tarnish or corrode when exposed to most daily activities. You can wear it in water.
  • Aluminum is a lightweight material, making it perfect for large items like wide cuff bracelets.

It's important to note that because it is so malleable, aluminum jewelry can be fragile and prone to warping. Additionally, a very small number of people may be allergic to this metal.