Just a few years ago, no one would have thought of buying a black alliance for a wedding, but ideas evolve and change.
Today, more and more couples are opting for carbon fiber wedding rings. If you're looking for modern, different rings from what's usual, these can be a very good option.
Gold or platinum wedding rings have always been leaders (and still are) as they are timeless metals, but gradually other alternatives have emerged that have gained a place among couples' preferences.
Thus, steel, titanium, and lately, black wedding rings have become popular thanks to increasingly sophisticated manufacturing that produces high-quality pieces, and the trend towards the use of more "technological" materials in jewelry.
This combination of trend and excellent quality has made carbon (and tantalum) increasingly used materials in the making of wedding rings, becoming attractive alternatives.
Carbon is a chemical element found in nature in different forms, such as graphite or diamond. There is an enormous amount of carbon compounds, and it is part of all living beings.
The use of carbon as a high-tech material is very appealing because it is resistant to chemicals and temperature changes, highly resistant, and extremely lightweight. It is associated with sports and leisure and is also perfect for wedding rings that are worn daily.
Carbon, black and silky in texture, combined with white, rose, palladium, or platinum gold, creates warm, elegant, contemporary, and high-quality designs, perfect for people looking for new, modern, and bold wedding rings.
Depending on the model, the rings are made from a carbon tube that is joined with a precious metal such as gold, platinum, or palladium, or with carbon fiber impregnated with epoxy resin that is wrapped around the ring multiple times. Each ring is unique. The winding of carbon fiber on each ring causes very slight surface differences, so the finish of a pair of wedding rings is not exactly the same, creating a unique, personal, and unrepeatable piece every time.
Among our collection of wedding rings, there are those made exclusively with carbon fiber and others where the fiber is combined with gold, steel, titanium, tantalum, platinum, etc. Especially for the most daring and unconventional couples.
Comparing carbon with other "new" materials such as titanium and tantalum:
- Carbon, which is not a metal, is ten times lighter than tantalum, lighter than titanium, and is of an intense black color.
- Tantalum is harder -more scratch-resistant- and is darker gray and three times heavier than titanium. The ring size in tantalum rings can be modified by one or two numbers.
- All three materials are very pleasant to wear due to their good thermal conductivity, which allows them to instantly adapt to the skin's temperature.
Both on our website and in our physical store -dedicated exclusively to engagement rings and wedding wedding rings- we have models made with carbon.
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