Material and Gemstones
Her ring as mentioned above features a sterling silver main band which is not only brilliant to the eye, it is very strong and durable. The gemstones on this ring are white diamonds and blue topaz. The value of white diamonds cannot be stressed enough and blue topaz breathes vibrancy into the ring.
This ring features patterned Gibeon Meteorite surrounded with Cobaltium composite Mokume mounted on a round profile polished tungsten band. Tungsten is only second to diamond in terms of strength and it is hypoallergenic making it ideal for such uses.
The Gibeon Meteorite is an antique precious stone which is found in Namibia and is regarded to be very valuable because of its rarity and aesthetics.
Mokume grains, on the other hand, are ancient wood grain metals from the 17th century Japan which holds the finest of details and is very light in weight.
Weight and Dimensions
Her ring is 5.5mm wide on the face and is tapered to about 2.5mm at the smallest end. The men’s ring on the other hand is about 8 mm wide with alternating layers of the tungsten, mokume and titanium.
If you believe that your relationship is truly unique, then this is a good way to embody the bond. With mokume, tungsten and topaz blue, the exoticism in these couple promise rings is fit to embody any unique relationship.