Materials

Gold

"Au" "Precious Metal" gold jewelry is timeless. Its use in jewelry dates back thousands of years. It is considered a very traditional metal, and many associate “real jewelry” with gold. Gold holds up very well to everday wear – it can last for generations – and can be restored at anytime to look brand new. Although pure gold is yellow, 10 Karat, 14 Karat, and 18 Karat gold is available in a variety of colors, with white, yellow and rose being the most popular.


Silver

"Ag" "Precious Metal" silver jewelry also dates back thousands of years, and silver is another solid, traditional choice for a wedding band. Like gold, it can be polished back to its original state at anytime. Our silver bands are rhodium plated to protect from tarnish and to maintain a shiny brilliant finish.


Contemporary Metals

Titanium: "Ti" is strong, scratch resistant, and lightweight - 40% lighter than stainless. Titanium wedding bands are corrosion resistant and hypoallergenic making them gentle on the skin.

Tantalum: "Ta" is stronger and heavier than most other metals used in wedding bands. Tantalum wedding bands are both rare and highly corrosion resistant.

Stainless Steel: "SS" is a great choice for a wedding band. Its very durable, tarnish and corrosion resistant, hypo allergenic. Can be polished from bright shiny finish to a heavy satin look, very design friendly. Can be ion plated in several colors from Gold tones to black. Versatile and strong!

Cobalt: "Co" is bright, shiny, and exceptionally smooth. Cobalt wedding bands feel great on your finger.

Carbon Fiber: Carbon fiber is a very durable fiber weave that is used extensively in automotive, aircraft, and other industrial applications. Although typically used as an accent in jewelry, carbon fiber wedding bands are very strong and distinctively fashionable.


Diamond

One of the most rare and valuable raw earth materials. Diamonds have one of the hardest surfaces in the world, and are extremely difficult to scratch or cut. Diamond wedding bands are both timeless and well-loved by those who wear them. Also available in non-traditional blue & black (which are treated to deepen hue).

The minimum carat total weight (ct. tw.) indicates the combined carat weight of all diamonds a ring contains.

  • 1/20 ctw: 0.04 - 0.06
  • 1/10 ctw: 0.09 - 0.11
  • 1/7 ctw: 0.14 – 0.17
  • 1/5 ctw: 0.18 - 0.22
  • 1/4 ctw: 0.23 - 0.27

Durability

A ring is a symbol of forever love, and we want that symbol to last forever. Jordan Jack prides itself on using quality materials that will hold up to the daily rigors of life. We use the finest materials in our production to ensure the strength and integrity of our bands. We provided some education on the metals above to give you a better idea of what is stronger and will hold up better depending on your lifestyle. Rings are not indestructible so treat them with care, and always clean with mild soap and water. Remember that rings will scratch and get worn in but that is all part of the character of the symbol of a wedding ring.

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