OUR GUIDE: 

TUNGSTEN RINGS

Before choosing your ring, you first need to decide on a metal. In this guide, we'll tell you everything you need to know about wearing Tungsten, so you can decide if it is the best metal for you.

WHY TUNGSTEN?

Tungsten in its raw form is a hard steel-grey metal found mainly in China, Vietnam and Russia. However, there is also a large deposit on the edge of Dartmoor in the UK! Most of the mined Tungsten is used in the production of hard materials, most-commonly as Tungsten Carbide cutting tools, due to it's high melting point and hard-wearing properties. Most households will have Tungsten elements in light bulbs or as heating elements in toasters.  

EASE OF WEAR AND CARE

With the highest tensile strength, highest melting point and highest thermal conductivity of all our metals, Tungsten is seriously hard - nearly three times harder than Titanium and ten times harder than 18ct gold! It is one of our heaviest rings and has a bright, sparkly lustre which contrasts to the dark grey colour. Known as the 'forever polished' ring, it won't lose it's finish. 


Due to Tungsten’s high tensile strength, specialist diamond-tipped tools are required to cut off in an emergency and care must be taken when coming into contact with delicate surfaces. We would also not advise wearing Tungsten whilst operating heavy machinery or at high temperatures, such as welding.

OUR DESIGNS


Tungsten rings are available in our four most popular designs; Polished, Matt/Satin/Brushed, Bevelled Edge or Hammered Effect. With a style to suit any taste, which one you choose is completely up to your own personal preference.

For a more traditional ring, look no further than our Ruskin Green ring. With a highly polished finish inside and out, this style really shows off Tungsten’s bright lustrous, deep grey finish! Alternatively, our Crookes Valley ring features two polished, bevelled edges with a brushed centre on the outside and a polished inside for comfort. 

For those who want to stand out from the crowd, our Rivelin Valley ring is a firm favourite in any metal. We think you’ll agree, in Tungsten this hammered effect style is a sparkling sensation!