jewelry alloy

jewelry alloy

[′jül·rē ‚al‚ȯi]
(metallurgy)
Any ductile, malleable alloy, usually bronze, of good corrosion resistance, used as a base metal in jewelry.
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The result is a novel 23 3/4karat goid-titanium alloy-one of the few new precious metal alloy compositions developed in recent times-that features a yellow hue near that of pure gold together with the wear and impact resistance of conventional jewelry alloys.