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Platina 4, or P4, is a unique precious metal alloy that incorporates gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. In this presentation, you can learn more about Platina 4 creation and its advantages over ...

Platina 4, or P4, is a unique precious metal alloy that incorporates gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. In this presentation, you can learn more about Platina 4 creation and its advantages over other jewelry metals.

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  • 1. Platina 4 The jewelers’ alloy that contains four precious metals
  • 2. Addressing Consumer Needs • Starting in 2007, the price of gold began to rise to record-setting levels. • With no signs of stopping, precious metal prices continued to soar – creating a negative impact on the jewelry industry and consumer demand. • To address these cost concerns, ABI Precious Metals created a proprietary alloy called Platina 4.
  • 3. What is Platina 4? • Platina 4, or P4, is a unique precious metal alloy that incorporates gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. • ABI created the blend to give consumers an inexpensive alternative to gold jewelry. A diamond-sapphire Platina 4 ring with brushed surface.
  • 4. What is Platina 4 Made of? The principle elements in the platina 4 alloy are: • Silver: 80.2% • Palladium: 6.2% • Gold: .27% • Platinum: .12% • The rest is a proprietary alloy that makes Platina 4 more resistant to corrosion and oxidation.
  • 5. Advantages of Platina 4 Jewelry Platina 4: • Looks identical to white gold, but doesn’t require rhodium plating • Is more scratch resistant than 14k gold • More tarnish resistant than sterling silver • Can be easily polished and resized, unlike pure platinum
  • 6. Cost-Effectiveness of Platina 4 • Platina 4 costs about one-third of the price of 14k gold. • But remember, even though it’s pitched as “gold-like,” Platina 4 does not qualify as a gold alloy because it contains only a very small amount of gold. • Gold or not, Platina 4 is an interesting alloy that can be a great choice for either the budget-minded jewelry consumer, or one who wants precious metal jewelry that doesn’t require much maintenance.
  • 7. About MGS Manhattan Gold & Silver (MGS) is a precious metals refiner that has been based in Manhattan’s historic Diamond District since 1985. We are a B2B company that buys and recycles precious metal scraps that accumulate in other businesses. We serve: • • • • • • • • Jewelers Pawnbrokers Dentists The industrial sector Antique dealers Machinists Domestic mining And more! • MGS also creates charts, calculators, and other online tools for our customers to use. • Try our Precious Metals Prices app, which lets you monitor the real-time precious metals market situation from anywhere, right from your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.
  • 8. Recycle your Precious Metals for Profit • MGS accepts gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. • Payouts are based on the London Fixing. • Up to 99% payout (among the highest in the US) • Up to 98.5% for gold brought in for hand testing. • Not in NYC? Ship us your precious metals using our Ship & Sell service which offers: • Same day wired payment (once lot is received) • Discounted, insured shipping • Payout calculator
  • 9. Connect with MGS • For amazing facts, history and news, read our gold and precious metals blog. • Join the conversation about precious metals on the MGS page on Facebook. • Follow gold, silver, and other precious metal trends at the MGS Twitter account. • Circle MGS on Google+ to hear our latest updates. • If you do business with us, connect with us on the MGS LinkedIn page. • To see precious metal melting and refinement in action, visit the MGS YouTube channel.