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Platinum may be something you associate with your grandmother's jewelry, but think again. One of the world's strongest, most durable, and rarest metals, platinum, whose previous popularity skipped a couple of generations, is surfacing once again, not only in traditional wedding bands but in exotic jewelry like this African-inspired neckpiece. Handmade platinum necklace ($120,000) with diamonds from Orlando Orlandini for Simon Sobie & Co., 800-647-6243; pair of platinum bracelets ($30,000) with diamonds from Stephen Russell, 212-570-6900; five-row platinum bangle ($50,500) with diamonds from Asprey & Garrard, 800-883-2777; platinum and pavé diamond earrings ($21,500) from Kieselstein-Cord, 888-252-7009; platinum and pavé diamond bracelet ($18,700) from Jeannette Fossas, 800-255-3310; platinum and black-enamel chandelier earrings ($2,400) from Christian Tse, 888-688-1988.

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