Damascus Steel Wedding Rings Care & Facts
Damascus Steel is a blacksmith alloy created by fusing Surgical Steel with Fine Stainless Steel at extremely high temperatures. The two types of steel are alternately layered a hundred fold, and then the hybrid steel is twisted and shaped into a single solid bar. Various patterns are then folded into the solid bar of steel. It is from this bar that each Damascus wedding ring is cut.
Multiple layers are etched to reveal various pattern structures. The more layers crossed, the denser the pattern formed. Many styles of rings are then hand polished and dipped in acid which brings out the beautiful contrasts of the two steels. The result is a ring with a distinctive grey appearance.
It is the combination of these processes that make each Damascus steel wedding ring a truly one-of- a-kind masterpiece.
Damascus Steel along with most steels contain nickel and may not be a good choice for individuals with nickel allergies.
Damascus Steel Finishes
Lashbrook Designs Damascus Steel Wedding Rings are available in three finishes polished (shiny), bead blast (matt) and acid (dark/blackish). Over time the finish will wear the bead will fade and the acid will lighten. How quickly this happens depends on the wearer. (See care information below.)
Damascus Steel Patterns
Lashbrook Designs Damascus Steel Wedding Rings are avaialble in five patterns the standard twist and four exotic patterns, tiger, basket weave, flat twist and zebra.
Damascus Steel Care
You should care for your Damascus Steel Wedding Rings as you would any fine jewelry. Salt water and harsh chemicals should be avoided exposure can make the ring more susceptible to rusting.
These rings can be cleaned with ultrasonic, steam or jewelry cleaner.
You should care for your Damascus Steel Wedding Rings as you would any fine jewelry. Salt water and harsh chemicals should be avoided exposure can make the ring more susceptible to rusting. These rings can be cleaned with ultrasonic, steam or jewelry cleaner.
To keep your rings (and all your jewelry) looking their best:
- Don't wear your rings to the gym or while lifting weights or during any other activity where you will sweat heavily.
- Don't wear your rings in chemically treated water (hot tubs, pools, shower) and never wear any jewelry in salt water.
- Remove your rings while using harsh chemicals, doing household chores or yardwork.
- Remove your rings while applying makeup, perfumes and lotions.
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