What you need to know about non-metallic gold
Non-metals, which are alloys made from metals such as gold, platinum and silver, are a growing market.
The US$2 billion market is worth more than $1.3 trillion.
This is mostly due to a shortage of non-conventional materials such as nickel, aluminum and copper.
Non-ferromagnetic metals, such as copper, lead and zinc, are also an increasing market.
These metals can be made into jewelry and jewellery watches, as well as in consumer electronics and medical devices.
Nonmetals are generally cheaper than metals.
They can be used in high-end electronics and can be more durable than metals such at a certain temperature.
There are more than 60 types of nonmetals.
The main metal used in jewelry and watches is gold, which is made from gold, lead, silver and bronze.
However, many other non-metal metals are also used in non-mercury metals such copper, zinc and copper alloy.
These include platinum, manganese, copper, cobalt and tin.
Nonmetal metal metals can contain nickel, silver, cobblestone, tin, cobwebs, lead or copper.
Some of the metals that are most commonly used in jewellery and watches are manganite and mangananite-nickel.
Some types of jewellery metal can also contain manganene and manzanite, as do some watches.
Jewelry metals are typically non-porous, meaning that they don’t corrode easily when exposed to water.
Most metals used in the jewellery market have a low melting point and low melting points can lead to problems such as corrosion.
The non-magnetic metal metals are used in a wide variety of applications including in a range of consumer electronics, medical devices and medical implants.
For more information, visit the International Federation of the Phonetic Industry website.