Titanium wedding bands are jewelry wedding rings or 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. Even with these variations in composition and materials, titanium rings are commonly referred to as such if they contain any amount of titanium.
Titanium wedding bands are a modern phenomenon, becoming widely available on the market around the 1990s. Titanium rings offer several unique properties: they are biocompatible (hypoallergenic), lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and have the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any crystalline metal. Titanium has become popular as a jewelry material due to its various unique properties. Similarly, titanium rings will not react with wearers who suffer allergies to other jewelry materials. There are various model of titanium wedding bands that can be choose. These bands are perfect for water spirits. They are handcrafted from a single billet of pure titanium, each band is turned and anodized with a blue that looks as though it was poured from the sky. They have rounded edges add comfort and style.
These titanium wedding bands are a more earthy, masculine offshoot of my lined, inlaid wedding band series. Instead of the usual floral or spiral patterned centers, these bands substitute a textured titanium center. This is framed on either side with a sterling silver rail and then the rings are lined with 14k gold sleeves. These rings can be finished with either 14k gold or sterling silver tabs. I like this style of ring because of the way the different metals contrast in tone. The titanium is a deeper color grayish brown that looks beautifully stark against the bright sterling rails and tab. The 14k gold sleeve is a nice middle tone that ties the other two metals together. Unlike other titanium rings that are a dull lifeless gray, this ring has character. It is the perfect ring for those who want a middle ground between a plain gold band and a flowery more intricate design. This ring has an architectural, topographical appeal. It is timeless, having a modern aesthetic, but it could just as easily be a relic dug up from the past.