By  on December 17, 2010

WASHINGTON — The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday released guidelines for jewelry that will impact how certain platinum products can be marketed or advertised.

The issue involves the marketing of jewelry that mixes other metal alloys with platinum. The practice, according to the FTC, has made “platinum” more affordable for consumers, but necessitated a clarification of acceptable marketing for the products.

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