The Manufacturing Process:

Tungsten is processed with carbon and ground into powder, to make a ring that is almost indestructible. The mixed metal powder is then compressed into high pressure molds at extremely high temperatures. To form a ring new mold needs to be use for each finger size. The ring is then fired into an Oxygen free oven at 2,400 degrees Celsius. Then the ring has to be shaped and cut using the most expensive diamond tools. This process is similar to the one use in cutting and polishing rough diamonds.


Precious metal Inlay rings with gold, silver or platinum are created by grinding a channel in the center of the ring and precisely "swedging" the metal into the channel under extreme pressure.


The ring is then skillfully polished with diamond polishing tools and wheels creating a permanent luster and polish not possible with other metals.


The result is a solid metal of extraordinary hardness and durability.  Quite eye-catching and is durable enough to withstand everyday use. The rings can only be scratched or damaged by extreme measures such as, abrasion from diamonds or being struck by a hammer.