Titanium ring?

May 26, 2010 by admin  
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krystal b asked:


Is titanium a good metal for an engagement/wedding ring? What are the pros and cons of having a titanium ring? How hard is it to keep them clean and polished? Also could I have a diamond placed in a titanium band? Kind of like having a traditional engagement ring just made out of titanium, is that possible? Thanks for your time and help.

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5 Responses to “Titanium ring?”
  1. Car Auctions

    Oh yeah. Titanium is an excellent choice. And yes. you can have a diamond mounted on it too. They already have wedding sets made from titanium.

  2. Get My Ex Back

    Titanium is a good choice, but the only drawback that I can see is that titanium can not be cut off your finger if something were to happen. Say you broke your finger or your hand and you had to take the ring off because of the swelling, but you couldn’t because your finger was already too swollen. They would have to amputate your finger. That is a little known fact about titanium, but it is the reason we didn’t go with it for my husband’s wedding band. Scary, huh?

  3. Make Money Online

    It’s good that someone pointed out that titanium cannot be cut off.

    I recently met a fireman who had to have his finger amputed because of his ring. He had somehow gotten his finger or hand caught in a doorframe in a burning building. He buddies were able to bust the door out and get his hand loose, but I guess it broke his finger, and he had to have it amputated due to the swelling (I didn’t understand the whole circumstances). He said he was just lucky to have gotten out of there alive.

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  5. Princess Rings

    Titanium is strong, light-weight, and hypoallergenic. Cleaning is simple with alcohol, windex, etc. Despite the urban myths, it can be cut off in an emergency room and it can also be resized. Diamonds are readily set directly into the metal and also can be tension-set for an engagement-type ring. But these are generally thicker and not as elegant as the traditional platinum or gold engagement rings unless combined with platinum or gold for the setting.

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