Aluminum

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Aluminum is an abundant white base metal of low density. It was first introduced at the Paris exhibition of 1855. Historically, it was used infrequently for jewelry. Contemporary jewelry artisans use aluminum because it is light and it can be anodized to create a wide variety of colors. Often found in contemporary chain mail jewelry.

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