Titanium Rings

Titanium Rings

Titanium rings

Titanium rings are jewelry rings or wedding bands which have been primarily constructed from titanium. The actual compositions of titanium can vary, such as "commercial pure" (99.2% titanium) or "aircraft grade" (primarily, 90%titanium, 6% aluminum, 4% vanadium) and titanium rings are often crafted in combination with other materials, such as gemstones and traditional jewelry metals.

B945T (shown above in Titanium)

When titanium was first discovered at the end of the 18th century, it was named after the great mythological titans, a fitting name for the strength and endurance of this new metal. At the time, the technology for dealing with such a durable metal was not possible, so jewelry designers did not develop titanium until the late 1990s. Rings were the first type of jewelry to be constructed from titanium, and new technology was tested to create engraved designs and inlaid diamonds and gems. With the success of titanium rings followed the opportunity for jewelry designers to experiment with the creation of necklaces, bracelets, and other pieces made from the metal.

Many experienced jewelers found this new medium risky, but the market for study and modern jewelry accepted titanium as a viable jewelry option. Even with these experiments in other forms of jewelry, titanium rings remain the most popular type of titanium jewelry.

Titanium has become popular because of its unique qualities and fashion designs. Exotic Inlays in Titanium are featured more and more in that Titanium is easier for skilled craftsmen to work with when compared to Tungsten Exotic Inlays.

It is highly resistant to most causes of corrosion including water and some acids. Titanium rings are recommended for people who usually swim both in sea and chlorinated pools. For also people who work outdoors frequently or who work with children that often pull on jewelry may find titanium to be a more durable choice for everyday wear.

The metal is extremely durable and also lightweight, so titanium bands do not scratch or lose their shape over a lifetime of normal wear.

In addition to its durability, titanium's strength also allows it to be used in bolder jewelry designs than some of the softer metals. For example, rings that suspend a gemstone between the two sides, known as tension setting rings, are most frequently made from sturdy titanium. Many rings, especially those made from gold, lose their round shape over time as fingers are tapped on surfaces and clutched in palms. Because of their innate strength, titanium rings do not lose their shape.

Titanium is non-toxic and does not react with the bodies thus they don't react with the wearers’ bodies especially those who suffer from allergies from other jewelry materials. You will be safe and free from skin irritation with titanium.

Titanium is light weight which makes it easy to wear and comfortable. It is also less expensive in comparison to other jewelry metals. The bands themselves re less expensive than those crafted of platinum or white gold, and they are often more affordable than tungsten wedding bands. Incredibly long lasting for their price, which makes wedding rings made of titanium very appealing.

Titanium can always be colored in a wide variety of colors. Titanium rings blend seamlessly with everything from urban styles in silver and grey to the more traditional look of a stainless steel watch. White and silver metals are considered the most neutral and are perfect for everyday wear. Platinum, sterling silver, and white gold rings all offer the ideal hue, but titanium gives you a neutral grey shade in a more durable package

Titanium rings are unique; for ages, men and women have been donning gold wedding rings to symbolize their love. If you want to be a little less traditional, titanium is the perfect choice. Like other wedding bands, titanium rings are available in a wide range of styles.

Titanium can be altered to fit an individual's preferences and style. Although it is very strong, titanium can still be manufactured in a wide variety of styles, including using inlaid metals, setting with gemstones, and polishing in several finishes. Other metal inlays can be added to titanium jewelry for a distinctive style. Yellow gold, white gold, and platinum metals can all be inlaid in rings, necklaces, and other jewelry. This allows for distinctive patterns and individual. Diamonds and gemstones can also be set in titanium jewelry pieces. The sparkle of a gemstone or diamond on the backdrop of the smooth titanium metal creates a clean and stylish look unlike gemstones paired with yellow gold or silver. Titanium can also be polished into a variety of finishes

Titanium is also lighter weight than many other metals despite its strength. This light weight makes titanium jewelry more comfortable to wear. Even with embellishments or other gemstones, titanium earrings are gentler on ears, necklaces are lighter around the neck, and rings are almost nonexistent when being worn on fingers.

Titanium could be of a health benefit; specially formulated high-grade titanium is also used for health benefits. Some jewelry is designed with specific health benefits in mind. Wearing titanium over different parts of the body has been indicated to relieve pain from those areas. For example, some people believe that wearing a titanium necklace helps restore or maintain the body's balance.

Titanium pieces are extremely cost-effective in comparison to many of the more popular jewelry metals. Gold, for example, is rated and priced according to its karat and intricate preparation process. Many of these more expensive metals have several types of metals combined, and they need to be refined before being made into jewelry. Adding diamonds or gemstones to these rings only increases the cost of the precious metals. Titanium, on the other hand, is found naturally ready to be formed without any additives or extensive preparation processes. This metal only needs to be shaped and styled in order to be jewelry. This shorter metal-forming process allows titanium to be priced lower than the other metals. Even the additional design elements, such as carving grooves or inserting gems, create a smaller increase in price than they would in gold or silver jewelry.

Titanium can also have some disadvantages ...

Titanium cannot be soldered, so if your ring is too large, it cannot be made smaller. If you need it made larger, the only option is to remove the material from the inner part of the band to make it slightly bigger.

However, if you're looking for a ring that is lightweight, attractive and the leader in fashion designs, it may be just right.

25th Aug 2020

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