Benefits of

TITANIUM

Light as a feather, stiff as a board, Titanium is incredibly strong - like your devotion to your future spouse. These say, "I am invincible!"

A BRIEF HISTORY OF

TITANIUM WEDDING

BANDS...

01

THE DISCOVERY - WILLIAM GREGOR

So, back in 1791, some manly dude named William Gregor discovered titanium in Cornwall, England. In 1795, Martin Heinrich Klaproth (who happened to be German, if the name wasn't a big enough hint) named the metal after the Titans of old Greek mythology. Yes, the metal was named after friggin' god-like beings.

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William Gregor

02

PRACTICAL USAGE - WILLIAM JUSTIN KROLL

Of course, just discovering the metal wasn't enough. Humanity had to wait until 1932 for dude-bro William Justin Kroll to finally discover how to work with the stuff. You see, titanium doesn't just roll out and allow itself to be shaped like some other less-manly metals. Titanium is strong, tough and doesn't bend just because the world says to. Sound like anyone you know

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William Justin Kroll

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FIRST APPEARANCE - IN A 1989 MOVIE "THE AYBSS"

Titanium bands haven't been around all too long, with one of the first known references being 1989's hit movie, "The Abyss." (Yes, dear reader. Titanium rings are sexy enough to be a minor plot point in a major motion picture... Let that sink in.

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The Abyss Movie 1989