Titanium Ring Cross
One of the newest trends in wedding rings are ceramic alliances. Now, you probably read or hear "ceramic" and think of a dish or cup shattering, but nothing is more out of place than that. A wedding ring is not broken ceramic and glass jewelry. In fact, his indestructible feature is what makes ceramic rings so popular. But are these alliances for you? Read on . . . . What is a ceramic wedding ring? Wedding rings are made of ceramic zirconium and a combination of pure materials ceramic powder, which are then heated over 600 degrees, turning them into a molten liquid. In this liquid is shaped, cut, is cooled, and then polished to give rise to the ring. The ceramic wedding rings are harder than titanium, and almost always as strong as the alliances of tungsten carbide. These are great news for those unfortunates who have contact allergies to metals. A ceramic wedding titanium ring cross will shine in your years to come the same way it has barely put on your finger. This type of ring will never lose color. While other colorful wedding rings or treated may become more opaque and discoloring, a ceramic titanium ring cross will not. This is especially significant for those who want a black wedding ring. They are scratch-proof. The color of a ceramic wedding titanium ring cross is solidly content throughout the ring. The final touch of color is not a layer of black or white industrial, metal covering a different color, as happens in some titanium rings. Those with active lifestyles, jobs, or hobbies can rest assured that the ceramic wedding rings are virtually impossible to scratch. They do not change color. The wedding titanium ring cross is made of tungsten alloy rather carbide cobalt can be oxidized and change color, but this will never happen with a ceramic ring. Before, I've been through this web forum "titanium, white gold or paltino? And explained in detail the characteristics of white gold and rhodium worth. Instead my covenant is white gold with a diamond and is intact (and that is going to do I got married 6 years). You also say that never touches water (I take it off if I have to touch water), cleaning or touch or anything. I've been 2 years with a white gold titanium ring cross and to this day I have not been cleaned it for me besides give me a coat to shine more, and the truth that does not cost me dearly, I find it's worth thinking that 2 years ago that led him and all that has passed all the rings . . just staying ugly note that we use every day and go through it all! yellow gold feels the same, white gold is usually more elegant and a little more time wing expensive than yellow. The white gold is nice at first but over time a lot and seems scratches plata. Yo in your place I would buy gold if you have not yellow and pink gold as such, do not see the beauty q q is . I've bought the white gold with gold edges (yellow) and the inside yellow also not to lose brightness, are a little wide and the truth is that I have pretty big fingers . . . I've spent between approximately two approximately 380 euros, the price is not yet final because I have not yet paid are recorded to me but more or less will be that. I'm getting married in October, I am quoting 18 gold rings yellow kylates but the three, the d alliance and the two matrimnio out to $ 400 dollars all three. Hello! I married a year ago, my husband did not like white gold alone, which was what I liked most. At the end ones that are caught in the middle a satin yellow gold band and white gold side. The wedding jewelry I bought them also combined white earrings and the necklace and looks good. . . .