Article: A Collection Of Men's Wedding Rings and Tungsten Rings
A Collection Of Men's Wedding Rings and Tungsten Rings
Tungsten rings are one of the most popular men’s wedding band options. They are exceptionally long-lasting, scratch-resistant, and hypoallergenic. Tungsten is also incredibly adaptable; it can be polished to achieve a gleaming metallic sheen or left uncoated to keep its greyish-white tint. Tungsten rings are also available in a variety of styles and price points, so there’s something for everyone! Tungsten rings are all finished with a nice and smooth silky comfort fit.
Tungsten is one of the strongest metals known to man. It has a hardness rating of 9 on the Mohs Scale (diamonds are 10), which makes it ideal for jewellery because it can stand up to everyday wear and tear.
Let us take a look at designs of Men’s Tungsten Rings from Touchwood, a jewellery store in South Africa:
Black Tungsten Rings
Black tungsten rings are one of the most popular choices for men’s wedding bands. Black rings are the new gold rings and just sets you apart from what used to be popular. Black goes with everything and especially in such a fashion-conscious era you will definitely be the groom standing out above the rest with a black wedding band to emphasize your promise and statement. Touchwood’s collection of black tungsten men’s rings is filled with exciting varieties of wood, antler and opal inlays to keep it fresh and significant.
Wooden Inlay Rings
Wood inlay rings are one of the most popular tungsten rings. Wood tungsten rings can be made from a variety of different types of wood, such as whiskey barrel wood, rosewood, ebony, and more. The most common woods used in this type of ring are rosewood and Ebony wood.
The process of creating these rings is relatively simple. The wood is first cut down to fit into the groove on your ring. It’s then laser-inlaid into your ring using a powerful laser that burns into the metal surface until only about 1/4 inch remains above it. When this happens, you have yourself an authentic wooden inlay ring!
The last step involves polishing everything so it shines like new again (which usually takes 3–4 days). They’re much more comfortable on your hands while wearing them during activities because of the comfortable fit.
Deer Antler Rings
Men’s deer antler rings are a great way to show off your love of the outdoors. Deer antlers naturally fall off every year, this is a 100% natural process and they make for a great-looking inlay on your one-of-a-kind wedding ring.
To create a deer antler ring, the actual antler is cut from its base and then shaped into a ring band. The rings are then finished with tungsten carbide or ceramic to make sure they are strong and will last a long time.
Rose Gold Tungsten Rings
Rose gold is a copper-based alloy with a pink hue. It’s used in jewellery and other decorative items, as it contrasts well against white metals like sterling silver and platinum. Rose gold is a popular choice for wedding bands because it can complement the bride’s engagement ring without competing with its sparkle. The use of rose gold has been gaining popularity among men over recent years as well, especially those who want something more masculine than traditional yellow gold but are not interested in white gold or platinum.
Rose gold tungsten rings are becoming increasingly popular as they look similar to their yellow counterparts but maintain all the benefits of this durable metal.
Men’s Brushed Tungsten Rings
Touchwood’s brushed tungsten rings are made in a natural colour that is tungsten with a brushed finish to give that rugged eternal and significant look.
Men’s Hammered Tungsten Rings
Hammered tungsten rings are the newest fashion when it comes to tungsten wedding rings, and are popular because of their natural and rugged look. What makes your hammered tungsten rings so different is the fact that it looks like they came straight out of an ironsmith’s workshop ready to be worn by anyone who dares to be bold and different. Touchwood’s hammered tungsten rings also come in oval designs, black hammered tungsten and hammered designs with wood and antler inlays covered with a protective epoxy to make your one-of-a-kind wedding ring waterproof too.
You can use these styles of rings to determine which type of ring you want to get
The tungsten ring options are endless, and there is something for everyone. If you’re looking for a more classic men’s wedding band style, they have that too. Between comfortable fit and traditional styles, there is an option for every man who wants to wear this classic jewellery piece.
At Touchwood we do men’s wedding rings, whether you are looking for wooden rings, tungsten rings or even antler rings you name it we have it. Our speciality inlay is wood which symbolizes growth, the growth we want for all their newlyweds in their marriages and future.
You have a lot to choose from in the world of men’s tungsten rings. You can get a ring that has black onyx embedded in it or one that has a rose gold band. You can even get a ring with deer antler themes or wood inlay styles. These different types of designs will help you determine which type of ring you want to buy for your man.
Most of Touchwood’s tungsten rings come in either a 6mm or 8mm width ring as these two varieties are the most common widths for a men’s wedding ring.
Rosewood – Rosewood refers to any of a number of richly hued timbers, often brownish with darker veining, but found in many different hues:
Ebony Wood – Ebony Woods is known for making quality cabinet work, inlaying, musical instrument parts, and ornamental objects. It gives a great dark appearance, Ebony is good resistance to termites and insects. Due to its great stability and durability, it is suitable to use as furniture. It has many special properties that make it different from other hardwoods:
Whiskey Barrel wood: It is pretty self-explanatory and is the wood used from whiskey barrels, so not only is it a fine-looking aged oak look, but it will leave a good taste in your mouth:
Antler: Deer are the only animals to possess antlers. All species of deer have antlers in one form or another. Unlike horns, which are permanent structures, antlers are lost each year and regrown afresh.