The Mithras is a polished ring with silver braided inlay circling the ring. The Mithras is available in both a 10mm and 6mm width to pair as matching wedding bands. The contrast between the tungsten and silver has a slight two tone look. There is gold options also available.
The Metal that is used is a Nickel Binder that is higher in quality in comparison to cobalt. Cobalt is a inferior binding agent which may darken the color of the ring over time. Cobalt is most common in lower cost tungsten rings. This is due to the rings being mass produced in countries other than the United States.
Available in a double braided ring named Infinity braided silver infinity rings.
In Persia, Mithras was a god up to the early 4th century after the acceptance of Christianity by the emperor Constantine. Mithra was born on December 25th; the same day as the Roman festival of the Sun, Natalis Invicti.