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2218-AFRICAN EBONY-W

£309.21
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2218-AFRICAN EBONY-W

2210-AFRICAN EBONY-W

£309.21
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2210-AFRICAN EBONY-W

2226-PAWS-D-ASHES

Titanium Ashes/Fur Memorial Ring - Dog
£410.22
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2226-PAWS-D-ASHES

T141

6mm to 12mm widths
£136.05
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T141

Segmented Titanium Ring

Titanium - Segmented design - Satin or Polished
£190.68
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T163CH

2205H

This item of jewellery can be personalised with a laser...
£153.06
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2205H

2205WL

£153.06
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2205WL

2226CH-FOOT

£308.39
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2226CH-FOOT

2226CH-H

5mm to 12mm widths
£173.68
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2226CH-H

2208i-BOCOTE/PLAT

£438.05
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2208i-BOCOTE/PLAT

2208-ZIRICOTE

Various wood inlays available
£309.21
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2208-ZIRICOTE

2210-MAPLE-PLG

£309.21
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2210-MAPLE-PALE LIME GREEN

2218-MAPLE

Various colours available
£309.21
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2218-MAPLE

2204SD-ASHES

Titanium Ashes Memorial Ring
£262.83
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2204SD-ASHES

2208PG-ENG

This item of jewellery is personalised with a laser engraved...
£190.68
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2208PG-ENG

T157CH

6mm to 12mm widths
£129.25
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T157CH

2226CH-LIN

£128.84
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2226CH-LIN

2226-RNPM

Roman Numerals Titanium ring - flat profile, rounded edges,...
£275.51
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-2226-RNPM

Hammer Finish Titanium Ring

Titanium - Hammer Finish - Satin or Polished
£206.14
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T142CHH

T036-17

6mm to 12mm widths
£241.19
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T036-17

T036SD17

6mm to 12mm widths
£241.19
Vendor GETi Titanium ID: V20-T036SD17

Titanium was first discovered by clergyman William Gregor in 1791 who, basically didn't know what it was until in 1795, Austrian chemist Martin Heinrich Klaproth identified it as a new element, gave it the number 22 and named it Titanium after the Greek Gods - The Titans.

 

It is a naturally occurring element found in the Earths crust and other 'M' class planets and is one of the most abundant elements on the planet. Due to turbulent precious metal prices, mens Titanium rings have become very popular in recent years, especially in the wedding rings market.

 

The metal is highly reactive and it is possible, under certain conditions, for it to spontaneously combust at high altitudes. Please do not be alarmed though if wearing a titanium ring and travelling on a plane, the chances of you landing on the runway at your destination and resembling a sausage on a barbeque are very remote - besides I think you may feel it warming up anyway!

 

Alloying Titanium with materials such as Aluminium and Vanadium produce a much higher tensile strength material - For example, Grade 5 or Aircraft Grade. Aircraft Grade is ideal for tension set stone ring designs as it has the necessary tensile strength to hold the stone securely.

 

Titanium has a very high corrosion resistance, this is due to the ability of the material to, when scratched or machined, form a protective oxidised surface almost instantaneously - unlike gold or aluminium for example, which oxidises (or tarnishes) slowly over a period of time.

 

Titanium is readily engraved using lasers and rings can be personalised on request.

 

Mens Titanium rings cannot be resized is a myth!

Commercially pure Titanium is quite ductile but the drawback to resizing some rings, as with precious metal also, are due to the actual design and whether the force required to expand or compress it will damage fine detail beyond economical repair.

 

Aircraft grade 5 material cannot be stretched or compressed but the inside of a ring can be scraped out to make the ring larger up to 1.5 sizes depending on the wall thickness.

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Alan Hardwick  Posted in Odissa Republic - 21/12/2021 - 05:14:26 PM
What is a bespoke piece of jewellery?
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Alan Hardwick  Posted in Odissa Republic - 09/12/2021 - 09:18:23 AM
Six brand new informative blog posts added today; we spoil you! :-) Check out the Blog for further reading about the differences between White and Yellow Gold, Viking Jewellery and more!
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Alan Hardwick  Posted in Odissa Republic - 14/11/2021 - 07:12:02 PM
New item from Lucy Stopes-Roe. Check out this fantastic Autumn themed tiepin in Sterling Silver with the alternative for 18K gold plate. This tiepin design is based on oak leaves and created from Lucy's original hand-sculpted design. It is cast in solid sterling silver and finished by hand, You can choose to have this silver tiepin in it's natural colour or plated in 18 carat gold.
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