With their vibrant white or black colour, our ceramic ring selection offers a unique yet versatile alternative to standard alloys. Ceramic is often said to have the best qualities of both Titanium and Tungsten Carbide; being both light-weight, scratch-resistant and more crack-resistant that Tungsten. The price is also another attractive attribute as they are relatively cheap in comparison. Due to the unique nature of the material, ceramic rings are not resizable.
Most ceramic rings are made from titanium carbide; it is a material composed of the metal titanium and carbon atoms. Ceramic rings are extremely hard-wearing, but without the natural brittleness that Tungsten has, meaning they are much less likely to crack.
Ceramic rings are very easy to care for; in most cases just requiring a gentle polish with a damp cloth to remove any surface dirt.
Jewellery has been made from ceramics through the centuries since clay was discovered; along side pots, vases and other ornamental pieces. Since ancient times, civilizations have used ceramice jewellery as religious emblems, badges and aesthetic adornments, playing a large part in people expressing themselves.
Jewellery made from ceramic was often dismissed as cheap and cheerful, with the exception of the Victorian era when hand painted ceramic plaques were popular for use in jewellery. Nowadays, with the advancements in technology, new forms of ceramic have come about such as titanium carbide (what our ceramic rings are made of), and offers distinctive and sleek wedding rings.