At The Ring Shop, our expert team of jewellers and designers use only the finest, high quality materials to ensure the perfect ring just for you. You can find out more about the type of materials and metals we use to help you find your ideal ring.
Tungsten carbide is one of the strongest composites used for jewellery, and is one of our most popular material choices for our rings. Tungsten carbide is unique that it is extremely durable, scratch resistant, hypoallergenic and easy to maintain. Wearers of tungsten carbide rings choose them for the comfortable, weighty feel on their hands.
Damascus steel is an ancient art from that comprises surgical and fine stainless steel which are meticulously worked into numerous alternating layers, and are twisted and folded to create a unique pattern of interweaved metals. This results in a ring that is rust resistant, durable, hypoallergenic and extremely tough
Rings made from titanium are hypoallergenic, lightweight and corrosion-resistant, and are incredibly durable. They are also an affordable choice for a band or ring that will stand the test of time.
Stainless steel is a lightweight material that is sometimes combined with other materials due to its durability and strength. Stainless steel a hypoallergenic metal that is scratch resistance and resists corrosion and tarnish very well.
Durable wood materials such as Koa wood and Ironwood are used to create a one of a kind ring due to the unique grains. They can be used on a daily basis, and are often combined with other hard metals to further improve its strength. A protective resin is usually coated over the wood to ensure a water-resistant ring that is tough and stunning to look at.
Meteorite rings are crafted from fragments of cosmic rock that impacted the Earth millions of years ago. Each section of meteorite displays its own unique pattern, making them not only rare but truly out of this world.