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Which ring material best suits you?

It is always tough when it comes to choosing the perfect ring material that best suits you and your significant other for the crowning moment. At Loville, we offer a few notable ring material choices such as Tungsten Carbide, 925 Silver and Stainless steel with wide selection of intricate designs for your pick. With each that stands out its extenuating feature, check out how they can best complement you!


Tungsten Carbide: From Dust to Jewelry

Tungsten carbide has evolved to become one of the most popular ring jewelry material choice in the world due to its extreme hardness and high scratch-resistant nature.
Similar to other metals, the pure state of tungsten itself shares the same vulnerability to damage and scratches. It gains its extreme hardness by combining with a carbon alloy, transforming it into tungsten carbide, with a hardness of 9.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, making this material the most scratch resistant of metals. Tungsten carbide is approximately 10 times harder than gold, 5 times of steel and 4 times that of titanium.
Due to their extreme hardness, tungsten carbide rings are unable to bend or dent, which makes ring resizing impossible. Exhibiting such hardness, these rings will hold their shape and retain its mirror-shiny polish for a lifetime.
Our tungsten carbide rings are made comfort fit, permanently polished, highly durable and easy maintenance. Its resistance to time and continuous manual work, makes our rings a garment for daily use, which allows everyone to show affection for that special someone, without fear of damaging your ring.
Not the Almighty Equivalent
Even with high-impact resistance, the supreme hardness implies that tungsten carbide rings can be brittle. Inevitably, the harder the material, the less ductile it will be, thus increase in brittleness. The reputable high scratch resistivity of tungsten carbide rings will shrivel in the face of any other harder materials, such as diamond and some natural gemstones. The plating on tungsten carbide rings does not mimic the same wear immunity as the material itself, and as any plating, will wear off over a great time, exposing the gunmetal grey base color of tungsten.
Durable yet affordable
Ring crafted from tungsten may contain either cobalt or nickel binders. While nickel may appear an irritant, tungsten and nickel alloys are actually hypoallergenic. During the nickel-tungsten binding process, the nickel disinherit its skin-reactive ability. Our tungsten carbide rings are nickel-binded; one less worry for our valuable tungsten ring bearers.
No matter how much you put our tungsten carbide rings through, at the end of the day, it will remain as perfect as it ever was.
Make tungsten carbide bands your top wedding band choice today!



925 Silver: Affordable Premiums

925 sterling silver represents an alloy compounded of 92.5% silver purity with 7.5% copper or another metal(usually zinc or nickel). This alloy process enhances the pure silver element, making it more durable and increases its scratch resistance. However, the additional metals present in the alloy makes sterling silver more prone to tarnish than in its purest state.
Easily resizable, adjust to fit
As a jewelry, 925 sterling silver offers various design flexibility. Due to its softness, these rings can be made adjustable. By complimenting the free open ends with a classic overlap design, our 925 sterling silver adjustable rings allow ring adjustment to the desired fit without compromising comfort.
925 sterling silver adjustable rings also provide great convenience for peeps out there who are unsure of their ring size. Food for thought: Can you ever go wrong with adjustable rings?

Simple maintenance
Tarnishing is the result of a chemical reaction of sterling silver with oxygen and sulphuric particles in the air. While an occasional polish will help aid its maintainence, another win-win situation to avoid tarnishing is to in fact wear your jewelry often. The natural oil from your skin will help “clean” the silver and unknowingly keep its shine. On the contrary, perspiration and constant exposure to sulphuric chemicals and direct sunlight will accelerate the process of tarnishing. Therefore, it is of best practice to remove your sterling silver jewelry while engaging the above mentioned scenarios.




Stainless Steel

Stainless steel jewelry is strong, durable and rust-resistant. It typically has a silver sheen, but, unlike silver, it will not corrode and it is not susceptible to scratches, dings or dents. Being a highly durable metal, it is able to withstand the wear and tear of everyday activities, which can otherwise damage a ring. The hard metal resists scratches and corrosion thanks to an invisible layer of chromium that prevents oxidation; this makes it a wonder metal of choice for body jewelry. They don’t require much maintenance and are really easy to clean. Stainless steel is also 100% recyclable.
Being a light metal, making it easy and comfortable to wear on the finger. The price point is significantly lower compared to gold, silver, and platinum. Despite being cheaper than the other metals, it still has a similar look to platinum so the ring will retain its beauty and luster. After years & years of wearing your stainless steel ring, the ring may lose its shine and polish which may need a quick re-polishing to restore your ring’s gleaming shine. This is nothing compared to gold or silver polishing frequency in order to keep it in the shining condition.
Being the most environmentally-friendly metal option in the jewelry world, the amount of energy used and waste produced is way lesser than in the production of other metals for jewelry. Stainless Steel rings do not require rhodium plating. Rhodium is a hard metal that increases the scratch resistance of a jewelry item but stainless steel is stronger and therefore does not need it, so it saves time, money, and energy.