Custom Titanium Wedding Rings
Feather-light, hypoallergenic rings guaranteed to fit.
Unique, hand-carved designs that last forever.
Testimonials about our rings
When I showed my fiancé his ring he was in awe. The ring is perfectly done and and it fits him in more ways than one. Thank you so much for your quality of work. Not to mention it is scary to purchase on-line especially from a business you don’t know, and to get my ring when you said and the perfection was amazing. Thanks again and we have told our friends and will continue to spread the word about who you are….
Just wanted to say “Thank you” for my husband’s beautiful ring. We are very pleased with your work & customer service. You have made this purchase transaction very easy & stress free. We got the ring delivered on time. Thank you again for all you do.
Hi Sandy and Chris,
Success is so sweet! The rings arrived on time yesterday and I had them delivered to Dan’s room. He loved the ring. He is not a person that likes jewelry but he commented that he liked the ring a lot, the way it looked and felt. The size was perfect too which I was a little worried since I had to use on of his other rings to measure.
The ring is spectacular!!! He absolutely loves it! It was everything I imagined and more. It was wonderful doing business with you.
Hi Chris and Sandy, we recieved our rings and we love them! They fit perfectly. Thanks so much.
Over the years we've had a number of unusual jewelry requests. One recurring request is for us to make a ring out of titanium implants—screws, rods, plates, etc. Well, we haven't been able to do this because, among other problems, titanium has a very high melting point: about 3,034°F.
We mill our rings out of solid blocks of titanium and most implanted items are too flat or just not big enough.
But one customer asked for something we could do: take a rod that had once been inside a loved one who had passed away, and color it like a rainbow. When preparing the titanium rod for anodizing (coloring) Chris ground the surface to give it an even texture and make it easier to anodize. When you grind titanium, it creates some really cool sparks:
Once the rod was anodized the way the customer wanted, we sent it back to her along with the rainbow ring she had ordered. As we like to say, we've been making the rainbow solid since 1978!
More recent blog entries
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- What do butterflies, golf clubs, deer tracks, wrenches, mountains, and tractors have in common? Answer: titanium wedding rings! Aug 11, 2011