About Titanium Alloy Jewelry
Titanium alloy jewelry is becoming increasingly popular for many reasons. With its cool silvery luster, it can easily be mistaken for sterling, white gold, or platinum, and it can be used in any type of jewelry that might use these other metals. Titanium is durable and light in weight, so it affords some options even beyond the other precious metals.For example, if you've ever been devastated when a favorite silver or gold ring became nicked and scratched from the unavoidable stresses of your daily life, you may favor a titanium ring. Watches and bracelets, as well, tend to come under assault from desks and kitchen activities, and you'll find that titanium is far more resistant to damage. If you like dangling earrings but don't like the weight of an impressive silver pair, titanium can give you a lot more volume without painful stretching.There are a lot of attractive titanium alloy jewelry pieces for various body piercings. Unlike other metals that can cause skin allergies or irritation, titanium does not--nor does it react to moisture. Additionally, it can be colored in a lot of fun and interesting ways using an electrolyte bath, resulting in pretty hues that cover the entire rainbow and grab the eye. Titanium wedding bands are becoming increasingly popular, as well. Many men particularly like them--not only because they're well suited to an active lifestyle, but also because titanium is so rare and used in so many unique ways, including cool aerospace applications. There are any number of finishes available; for example, an understated and elegant brushed or satin finish can be ideal for matched wedding bands.