COBALT

The Cobalt compound used in jewelry is called Cobalt Chrome, which differentiates from other modern metals with its platinum-like appearance. Its bright white luster is its original solid color after finishing and thus will stay white and bright forever. It is harder and more scratch resistant than titanium, gold, silver and platinum. While not as hard as tungsten, Cobalt Chrome does not easily break, shatter or chip. Read more...


TUNGSTEN CARBIDE

Tungsten is a very hard and dense metal. Tungsten is processed with carbon and other elements in extremely high temperature, and the result is tungsten carbide, the world's hardest metallic substance. If you are looking for durable jewelry, our tungsten products are about ten times harder than 18k gold, four times harder than titanium and twice as hard as steel. The hardness of tungsten carbide resists scratching longer than most other metals. Read more...


CERAMIC

The modern ceramic materials for jewelry making are the mixture of zirconia ceramic powder and appropriate amount of cementing agents. The mixture is injected into sealed moulds and then condensed through high temperature sintering to create the core shape. Ceramic materials are brittle, hard, strong in compression, weak in shearing and tension. They withstand chemical erosion that occurs in an acidic or caustic environment. Read more...


TITANIUM

Titanium is a dark-gray or silvery, light, corrosion-resistant metallic element. ASTM has specified 36 grades of Titanium and Titanium Alloy where Grades 1 through 4 are pure, unalloyed titanium. We use premium Grade 2 pure Titanium for our bracelets and Grade 4 pure Titanium for our rings, ensuring the best biocompatibility with human bodies. Read more...


DIAMOND

A diamond's cost is based on the characteristics known as the "4 C's". Color, Clarity, and Cut (proportion) are the quality elements which together with the Carat Weight determine the value of a stone. The closer a diamond grades to the left of one or all of these scales the rarer and the more costly it will be. While clarity is frequently assumed to be the most important factor of all the "C's", in fact, colour and cut (especially cut) have a more profound affect on the visual appearance of a diamond. Read more...


CARBON FIBER

Carbon fiber is a very strong, light, and expensive composite material or fiber-reinforced polymer. The polymer is usually epoxy which is reinforced by carbon fiber. Depending on the orientation of the fiber, the carbon fiber composite can be stronger in a certain direction or equally strong in all directions. A small piece can withstand an impact of many tons and still deform minimally. The complex interwoven nature of the fiber makes it very difficult to break. Read more...