Metal Wedding Bands & Engagement Rings

And now, a message from our metals...followed by our Inlays...

Why Cobalt Chrome?

In short, you can resize them a smidge and they are the more silver colored of the alternative metals on the market. They fall in-between Tungsten and Titanium in weight, so it's a nice mid-range metal weight with the look of white gold.

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Why Damascus Steel?

In short, Damascus Steel is made from stainless steel which won't tarnish. It feels super light weight and looks really cool as each ring has its own unique pattern.

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Why Titanium? 

In short, It's lightweight; it won't break like tungsten and won't bend like solid gold.

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Why Black Zirconium?

In short, it's mostly hypoallergenic and since it's not plated, the dark charcoal gray color will never wear.

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Why Tungsten Carbide?

In short, it's inexpensive, highly scratch resistant, and has the weighted feel of solid gold.

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Why Silicone?

They are stretchable and very resistant to breakage. Great for the gym and any other time you need more freedom. 

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Why Carbon Fiber?

Solid carbon fiber bands, like our Elemental Collection, are not sealed and require no day to day maintenance but if scratches or nicks appear, contact us and we can help you with that! Bands with carbon fiber inlay are sealed under epoxy, making them also low maintenance. To clean all, all you need to use is mild soap and soft cloth.

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I have a Nickel Allergy. What rings are good for that?

No problem. Our all wood rings, Titanium, Black Zirconium, and Cobalt Chrome rings are going to be your best bet. Tungsten and Solid Gold have a bit of nickel in them, so avoid those please:)
  • For Titanium: Check out our Titanium collection HERE. Some rings come in a couple metal options so be sure to select Titanium when you go to buy. Our favorite titanium ring is the Architect :)
  • Silicone is also a good option, if you want to keep it casual

Are Your Wood/Antler/Dino Bone Rings Waterproof?

Our Ready to Ship wood rings are water-resistant but not waterproof. Our jeweler seals the wood in with a jewelry resin but they are not meant to wear in the shower and in the pool/lake/ocean. They will not fall into pieces after one shower, but please don't make it a habit.**Obvious submerged water damage to your standard wood ring will void your no hassle one year warranty**