Our Tungsten Rings

Our Tungsten Rings

What is Tungsten:

The chemical element has the symbol W and atomic number 74 is know to us as tungsten, often known as wolfram. The rare metal tungsten is only naturally present on Earth, and it is virtually always found in combinations with other elements. It was first separated as a metal in 1783 after being discovered as a new element in 1781.

Incredible Tungsten Rings

Wedding bands made of tungsten and tungsten carbide are both outstanding pieces of jewelry. Tungsten is much harder than jewelry made of conventional metals like gold, silver, and platinum. The hardest material known to man, a diamond, is the only object that can scratch a tungsten ring. There is nothing more frustrating than going to put on your ring only to discover that the once-perfect circle has been bent into the shape of an oval. Since tungsten rings will never bend, nick, or become deformed, you no longer need to worry about this with tungsten carbide.
You wonder, what about that lovely finish? All of our tungsten rings and wedding bands have a permanent polish, so you can be confident that they will continue to look stunning even after 50 years. As opposed to other rings like titanium, which could fall off and possibly not even notice until it is long gone due to its weight, your new tungsten carbide ring will feel heavier and more like a precious metal.

Styles of Tungsten Rings

Wedding bands made of tungsten are cozy, long-lasting, and available in a variety of fashionable styles. Tungsten rings is the ideal ring for you, whether you're searching for a classic tungsten wedding band, the newest in stylish tungsten bands, or something in between.

The shape of the ring—domed, pipe-cut, concave, etc.—and the ring style/finish—brushed, polished, beveled, grooved, etc.—are the key components when talking about rings. We also go a step further at Sunsonite by providing rings and wedding bands in a range of colors, including light gray, dark gray, gold, and even black.

Facts to Know About Tungsten

The most wear-resistant rings you can get are wedding bands and rings made of tungsten carbide, which do not exhibit faults. The hardest gold jewelry, which is also the least durable, is made of tungsten, which is ten times harder. The more pure the gold, the more probable it is to be twisted or scratched because gold is by nature a highly soft metal. Tungsten is four times harder than titanium and five times harder than extremely corrosive steel. Rings made of tungsten will maintain their shape forever. Due to its weight, tungsten cannot be bent or damaged.

Facts to Know About Tungsten

The most wear-resistant rings you can get are wedding bands and rings made of tungsten carbide, which do not exhibit faults. The hardest gold jewelry, which is also the least durable, is made of tungsten, which is ten times harder. The more pure the gold, the more probable it is to be twisted or scratched because gold is by nature a highly soft metal. Tungsten is four times harder than titanium and five times harder than extremely corrosive steel. Rings made of tungsten will maintain their shape forever. Due to its weight, tungsten cannot be bent or damaged.

Our Care Guidelines

Tungsten is Hypo - Allergenic

Please do not drop tungsten rings on hard surfaces. It is hard and compressed to keep its shape however with enough force Tungsten Rings can crack.

Plating is sensitive to alcohol and certain chemicals. Please remove me when doing manual labour. Playing sports and in the Gym.

 

 

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