Sunday, 29 June 2014

Wedding Ring

A wedding ring is the most important piece of jewelry you'll ever buy in your life, so it's all the more important that you get it right. With a titanium ring you know you're getting something special. If you're looking for a ring for a husband-to-be who generally feels uncomfortable about wearing jewelry, you may find that a chunky titanium ring is perfect for him. He'll enjoy its solidity and strength and won't feel that it's inappropriate fantasy. A well-chosen titanium ring to say something about his character and that a strong statement about your love.

Titanium rings are very difficult to scuff or scratch, so if you choose a titanium ring for your wedding, you can be sure it will be just as good to look at your golden wedding. Bring together a titanium ring with diamonds can be like two of the hardest materials in the world, a truly lasting statement. Titanium Rings are for people who identify with their hands, the fact that other Titanium rings are easily damaged or in the course of their working lives from day work perfect. Titanium rings are also hypoallergenic which can be worn day after day, no matter how sensitive you are.

There are many Titanium rings available today from a variety of designers and retailers. When making your selection, you should be aware of the quality. Like any trade, there are those retailers that will try to pass off low quality imitations as quality products. Many retailers claim to have quality Titanium rings, but you must make sure that you are getting true Titanium rings. You make ask yourself, "What’s the difference between Titanium rings and tungsten carbide rings?" Even though the names are often used interchangeably, you want to make sure that the ring you are selecting is tungsten carbide.

Titanium rings that don't have carbide, is really nothing more than a steel ring. It is still hard, but it's the carbide that makes the ring scratch proof. A true tungsten carbide ring can only be scratched by a diamond or a product containing the mineral corundum. An easy way to tell is if a ring has carved details, it is not a tungsten carbide ring. Another area of concern is Titanium rings containing cobalt. Cobalt can develop oxidation spots that cannot be removed or polished out and the ring can even cause a negative reaction with your skin.

Titanium rings, are growing in popularity as more people become aware of the many benefits they offer. Envision a ring that always looked new, permanently polished and scratch free. With tungsten rings, your wedding ring can maintain the same luster and shine on your 25th anniversary as it had on your first day of marriage.
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