A wedding ring, like marriage, is meant to last through the ages, hence a good many couples opt for titanium rings for its resilience and low maintenance.

Titanium is widely known for its resilience and durability; it is three times stronger and lighter than steel.  That being said, titanium jewelry can’t be adjusted as easily, hence one must be certain of its measurements before making a decision. Titanium is unable to mixed with other metal elements, and thus remain in its purest form.  This characteristic however is immensely advantageous, as titanium is highly resistance towards dents, scratches as well as corrosion. This precious metal naturally comes in grey and black and is often finished with high polish, satin or frost finishing.


Titanium jewellery are popular due its its light weight and overall comfortability. Hence it makes for an ideal material for wedding bands or engagement ring for couples, especially when they are not accustomed to wearing jewellery. Titanium is considered reasonably affordable, comparable to tungsten. That being said, its price range for rings fall between stainless steel rings and more expensive metals like gold or platinum. Ultimately, It is definitely worth the investment as it requires little maintenance to

maintain its look!


Stainless Steel

Costly wedding ring that are often made of diamonds and gold are impractical for daily wear, hence it is good to consider a more realistic alternative like stainless steel.

Stainless steel rings are strong and durable, but more importantly, it is less likely to rust and corrode as compared to other metals. Stainless steel is made from chromium, nickle and titanium, these materials are inexpensive and durable. Hence, stainless steel rings are highly sought after all over the world as gifts. Many couples opt for stainless steel wedding bands for daily wear and store their original diamond laced platinum and gold rings in a safe place.


The chromium element in stainless steel rings resists oxidation and prevents rusting of the material. It consists of generally 10.5% of the material buildup in stainless steel.



Platinum is rightfully one of the most popular metals for jewellery. Renowned for its elegance and class, this precious metal complements all sorts of gemstones perfectly.

Platinum is one of the most precious metals due to its purity and durability. It has a beautiful colour, often compared to white gold. Platinum’s natural colour can be described as white or sliver. Its colour and elegance are the very reasons why it is an ideal material for wedding bands and engagement rings.

Platinum is thirty times as rare as gold and is only made purer when used for jewellery; platinum must be near 95% of its own material to be considered pure platinum. Fortunately, there are many affordable options for platinum, such as the 585 Platinum, which consists of 58.5% platinum and 41.5% cobalt and copper.

Platinum is known for its durability, as well as its unique resistance against heat expansion. Platinum is also heavier than most metals, hence is ideal as a ring setting to properly secure the diamond .