Alternative Metal Information

Information on the Alternative metals used for wedding ring: Titanium, Cobalt Chrome, Black Zirconium & Damascus Steel. All metals are high performance and are scratch and damage resistant. Titanium is grayish while cobalt chrome is white like white gold. Zirconium is a great black metal and Damascus steel is a fusion of steel.

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Baseball Wedding Rings

Baseball Wedding Ring in titanium, cobalt chrome or black zirconium with choice of stitch color. The baseball rings are 8 mm wide and available in a variety of finishes most complimenting are bead blast, satin or polished.

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Thorsten Wedding Rings Tungsten & Ceramic

Thorsten is an innovative American designer of wedding bands that focus on alternative high-performance wedding rings for both men and women.  Paying homage to Thor, the Norse god associated with thunder, lightning and strength, Thorsten’s alternative metal rings are made of the strongest materials used in jewelry:  tungsten and ceramic.

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Wedding Info: How to be Sized for Comfort Fit Wedding Bands

Sizing can be a challenge when you are buying your wedding band online.  If you don't already know your size, you need options for that.  Don't guess or go by your shoe size that rarely works.  Don't download a paper sizer we don't have much luck with that method either.  The two best options are:  being sized professionally by a jeweler or finding a ring that fits and find out the size. 

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Athletic Wedding Rings

The ultimate ring and the perfect gift or award for your favorite competitor.  Whether a weekend warrior or semi-pro these proven high-performance metal rings are made to be a comfortable fit and extremely durable.  The perfect width sporting distinctive finishes.  Any of these rings can be customized and or engraved with a heartfelt note.

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Custom Tree of Life Wedding Rings

Custom Tree of Life Wedding Rings. These Tree of Life Wedding Rings can be found on our blog, pinterest and other social media outlets. These stunning custom rings can be ordered in a few different variations or you can add or change attributes as well.

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The Custom Ring Process

So you think you may want to have a custom ring made and you have a design in mind.   Here is the general process that we go through with custom rings depending on the metal. We have more than one jeweler who would make the ring so there may be some variance to the procedure.

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Wedding Ring Finishes

With the wide range of jewelry finishes available, the same style of ring can have an amazing variety of different looks. While traditional finishes like polished and satin are among the most common, newer finishes offer an impressive array of appealing textures and appearances.

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Metal Spotlight: Carbon Fiber

The Story: Lashbrook Carbon Fiber rings utilize structural, solid Carbon Fiber and are made entirely in the USA.  Lashbrook's carbon fiber is produced by one of their partner manufacturers whose products can be found in high-tech applications varying from Formula 1 racing and aerospace engineering to competitive cycling.

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Damascus Steel Care & Info

Damascus Steel is a blacksmith alloy created by fusing Surgical Steel with Fine Stainless Steel at extremely high temperatures.  The two types of steel are alternately layered a hundred fold, and then the hybrid steel is twisted and shaped into a single solid bar.  Various patterns are then folded into the solid bar of steel.   It is from this bar that each Damascus wedding ring is cut.  

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Metal Spotlight: Meteorite (and care)

Meteorites are slowly becoming a popular stone option for people who are interested in unique and stylish ring settings. Customers value these rings for their natural beauty and grace, as there are no other rings that are truly like them.

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Caring for your alternative metal wedding rings.

Titanium, zirconium, and cobalt chrome are three materials that are well suited for wedding ring design and construction. Each material is unique and beautiful in its own right, and as such, each must be cared for and cleaned in a different way. The most important aspects in caring for your jewelry is cleaning, storing, and general care. 

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