Metal Education



Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel - Contemporary Metal - 6 mm Band - Polished

Stainless steel, a contemporary alloy blending iron, chromium, and nickel and stands out as a durable and corrosion-resistant choice for modern jewelry. Crafted with precision, this metal ensures long-lasting shine with minimal maintenance, making it ideal for those seeking resilient pieces that endure daily wear and tear. Its sleek aesthetic, characterized by clean lines, adds a modern touch to accessories. It is appealing to individuals who appreciate both style and functionality.

The inherent strength of stainless steel not only guarantees resistance to tarnish and discoloration but also makes it suitable for an active lifestyle. Whether you desire a statement piece or an everyday adornment, stainless steel jewelry effortlessly combines durability and style, offering lasting beauty for those who value enduring elegance in their collection.

Damascus Steel

Damascus Steel - Contemporary Metal - 6 mm Band - Twisted Dome

Damascus Steel is made by forging two different types of metals together by hammering and folding the metal layers together. This process creates a patterned surface with a unique look and feel.

Damascus steel is a wonderful material used for making rings that will be worn daily, as its strength and durability make it resistant to wear and tear. It is also highly resistant to corrosion, making it a good choice for jewellery that will be exposed to water or other elements.


Carbon Fiber

Black Carbon Fiber Inlay - Black Titanium Ring - Contemporary Metal - 8 mm Band - Beveled-Edge

Carbon fiber is an extremely strong, lightweight material made from strands of carbon atoms. Its sought-after properties include strength, stiffness, and low weight. It is five times stronger than steel and one-third its weight. Carbon fiber is used in a variety of products due to its strength and light weight, including golf clubs, hockey sticks, automotive components, and even jewellery. Carbon fibers are created by heating strands of carbon to extremely high temperatures and then cooling them in a controlled environment. The resulting fibers have high tensile strength, high strength to weight ratio, high chemical resistance, and high-temperature tolerance. As its popularity increases, more applications for carbon fiber are being explored, from medical implants to fine jewellery.