Silver is part of the “white metals” family, metals which don’t have a specific color tint to the human eye. Gold, for example, looks distinctly yellow, and regular steel has a very pale blue tint. White metals run from stainless steel and silver on the affordable end to palladium and white gold on the expensive end.
Understanding what retail jewelry shoppers are choosing in the white metal category gives valuable hints to whether silver demand is supporting price – or falling away. In today’s featured article, Jeweller Magazine looks at current trends in white metals and what they might mean for the silver market.
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