The wedding ring, the eternal round, and the material used in it, is a perfect symbol of these characteristics. Cobalt chrome is exceptional in that it looks and feels like a precious metal, but has the durability of aerospace grade alloys.
Hard, durable and never to wear thin, cobalt chrome represents a love that will last forever.
Cobalt chrome is often used specifically for its strength in applications with high temperatures, such as jet engine turbines. It is also a hypoallergenic metal, and often used in orthopedic applications and cardiovascular stents.
Cobalt chrome is a bright white metal with a brilliant luster. This metal’s weight is similar to precious metals, but many times harder and more durable.
Cobalt chrome rings have gained incredible popularity over a short period of time, largely due to weight and color. The metal has the heft of gold and the look of rhodium plating or platinum, while being many times harder and more durable than both.
Cobalt chrome rings can be worn in all kinds of environments and conditions.
Cleaning: Cobalt chrome rings need no special care. These rings can be cleaned with regular jewelry cleaner, steam, or ultrasonic
SEMI PRECIOUS GEMSTONES
Colored stones that are considered semi-precious aren’t as rare, hard, or naturally brilliant like their precious cousins. These softer stones are still beautiful and come in an amazing spectrum of colors and textures. Examples include Lapis Lazuli, Turquoise, and Malachite. We found over time the strongest way to use these stones in a men’s band (that takes a lot of daily abuse) is to inlay them as a mosiac. This process involves crushing, then mixing with an incredibly durable jewelry-grade resin and inlaying them into a deep groove in the ring.