Wedding Rings for Him

3724 Ashwood Drive Essex, Florida (PressExposure) April 28, 2009 -- Looking for a wedding band that would look good in any man's finger? We all know that some men don’t usually wear any kind of jewelry but because of wedding traditions, men are obligated to wear jewelry as a sign of their relationship and to indicate a marital commitment to fidelity. The only problem is finding a wedding ring that will suit a man's preference, usually to accentuate their manliness through style, design, and color. Currently, there are three types of wedding rings that would fit those preferences: gold wedding rings, tungsten wedding bands, and titanium wedding rings.

Gold Wedding Ring

Gold wedding rings have long been used by men (even women) as their preferred choice of wedding ring. This is because of the design and luster uniquely found inwith gold wedding rings is its toughness. In order to achieve the toughest form of gold, jewelers would have to lower its karats which mean lowering its quality. 24k is considered as the purest form of gold but it is also known as the softest, making it vulnerable to sc yellow alloys such as gold. Another great advantage

ratches especially to denting.

Tungsten Wedding Ring

Considered as a newcomer in the industry, tungsten wedding bands became very popular as a man's wedding ring. Its natural metallic pigmentation and bulky features gives it a more masculine look. Tungsten is also considered as one of the toughest known metal making tungsten wedding bands very hard, especially when carbon alloy is applied. Tungsten carbide (tungsten and carbon) is much tougher than tungsten alone. It also gives a glossy dark hue perfect as a man's wedding ring. Another great advantage of tungsten wedding rings is its hypoallergenic property. However, when fractured, tungsten and tungsten carbide are irreparable. Because of its toughness, jewelers found it difficult to repair, recommending it to be replaced.

Titanium Wedding Ring

Just like tungsten wedding bands, wedding rings made from titanium is also considered as newcomers in the market. Due to its durability, affordability, and gunmetal grey color, titanium wedding rings became popular as a man's wedding ring. The only disadvantage that some have cited is its light weight. As a man's wedding ring, titanium wedding rings don’t convey a sense of masculinity and luxury.

About Self-Employed

Christopher Thomson is an avid writer who writes articles for basically anything he puts his interest into. From what he learned as a blogger, he applied to writing articles. Today, he focuses his writing more on jewelry, mainly wedding rings and bonds.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 28, 2009 at 2:42 am
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