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Classic Tungsten Rings

Classic tungsten rings are an exciting, affordable alternative.

Precious metals have long been the symbol of a long lasting relationship. Gold, silver, and platinum all look beautiful, but they also have another thing in common: they're incredibly expensive. If you want something that has more durability than even titanium, but is still highly affordable, then the classic tungsten wedding rings are your best choice.

Classic tungsten rings have some distinct advantages.

#1. It holds an incredible shine. All rings tend to get scratched up over time. Because tungsten are stronger than other metals used to symbolize love, you won't have to visit the jewelry store every year to get your jewelery polished.

#2. It has a fit that is more comfortable. Tungsten rings are a little heavier than other metals, which means the weight allows it to sit with stability on the finger. Most rings are made a domed finish as well, stopping the “cutting” feeling that other rings tend to have on their edges. You can also have concave cuts, beveled edges, and other shapes if preferred.

#3. Multiple finishes are available. Tungsten wedding rings can be created in several different colors, some of which replicate the look of the traditional ring. They can even be inlaid with precious stones.

#4. They are just 10% of the price of other rings. A standard tungsten dome facet ring retails for just under $100. In comparison, a 24K gold ring of a similar size and cut retails for over $2,200 today.

The choice is clear. Tungsten wears well, is very affordable, and is incredibly durable. With numerous exciting designs available and new styles introduced on a regular basis, tungsten is the exciting metal of the future.

Last Updated: June 2, 2017.