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Platinum Jewellery: by Raza Jewellers

Explore the beauty of Platinum Jewellery at Razajewellers, where we create stunning pieces like necklaces, rings, and earrings. Imagine it as a special kind of metal that’s rare and super strong, making your jewelry last a long, long time. Our collection is like a treasure trove of shiny and beautiful accessories!

Picture yourself wearing a gorgeous platinum necklace that shines like the stars or a sparkling platinum ring that feels so fancy. We craft our jewelry with a lot of care, and platinum adds an extra-special touch to it. It’s like having a piece of jewelry that lasts forever and always looks stunning. So, if you want to add a touch of elegance and charm to your style, check out our platinum collection at Razajewellers – it’s not just jewelry, it’s a little piece of magic!

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What is Platinum

  • It is an element with the atomic number 78 and an atomic mass of 195 in the periodic table. It is an extremely rare element that exists in the Earth’s crust.
  • The word Platinum derives from Platina, a Spanish term meaning ‘little silver,’ due to its grey-white silvery color. With availability of 5 g/kg in the earth’s crust, it is one of the rarest elements and is highly valuable for the same reason. Although European scientists discovered it relatively later, people have found it in Egyptian tombs dating back to 1200 BC.


  • It is used in laboratories for electrodes.
  • Optical fibres, wires, and pacemakers also make use of it for better efficiency.
  • Doctors use certain compounds of it in chemotherapy to treat cancer.
  • Some watchmakers use it in their watches to make them exclusive.
  • Its stable physical and chemical properties make it a very useful metal, and despite its rarity, it has widespread applications.
  • Because of its high stability, it is used extensively as a catalyst for chemical reactions.
  • The most common application of this is the Catalytic Converter in cars which converts the Carbon monoxide (CO) and other residual pollutants into Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapour.
  • The high malleability, ductility, and inertness of the metal make it suitable for making jewellery especially. Around half of the platinum extracted every year goes into making jewellery.
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