Forever metals offers custom rings and custom tungsten wedding bands. Build your lifelong ring to your hearts desire. Forever Metals customer service is available to help you design your ring to your requirements no matter how complex.
Consider designing your own custom ring style with Forever Metals. Contact our knowledgeable Sales team with your design ideas through our contact form submission. You are welcome to upload photos or designs as well so we can have a better understanding of your dream ring. Common design ideas include, but are not limited to, insignias, knot work patterns, Infinity knot patterns, Company logos, Niche rings, Symbols and Elvish engravings. You will notice in our collection our bigfoot rings. We love to do fan rings! What’s great about adding a symbol or special character to a ring is that you can wear the symbol at the top of the ring to show it off or wear facing downward to just show off your classic wedding band. We also do sobriety rings where we can add special dates and names to the ring.Currently at this time we manufacture using tungsten carbide, chrome cobalt, ceramic and titanium. The design of the ring is at your choosing. We offer a dome shape, flat pipe cut, beveled edge and a step down edge design. We also work with widths from a 2mm to a 12mm commonly, however, larger widths can be accommodated at a slight pricing increase. Our comfort fit sizing runs true to size. We always recommend visiting a professional jeweler for accurate ring sizing. In some cases rings in larger widths over a 10mm made need a half size increase to accommodate the extra width for comfort.Precious Metal Inlays: Consider customizing a ring with a precious metal inlay. Our inlays are between 1mm and 2mm in width and can be made in a polished or brushed finish. We work with Platinum, Palladium, White Gold, Yellow Gold, Rose Gold and silver. Our precious metal inlays look great in contrast to the darker tungsten metal. It creates a classic two tone look that so many people are looking to achieve.Last Updated: September 26, 2018.